Monday, October 31, 2022

Learn How to Parent Adolescents With the Power of Understanding

Austin, TX, October 31, 2022
 — Psychology Today parenting expert Carl Pickhardt hopes to help keep parents ahead of the curve when it comes to understanding the stages of adolescence in his new book, Holding On While Letting Go: Parenting Your Child Through the Four Freedoms of Adolescence. 

“When parents choose to have a child, they have agreed to have an adolescent,” Dr. Pickhardt said. “So effective parenting partly depends on being able to anticipate common teenage changes.”

Holding On While Letting Go is a toolkit of ideas that offers an estimate of teenage tendencies, different ways for parents to think about what is happening and why it is happening, and how they might want to respond. 

Dr. Pickhardt shares four unfolding freedoms and provides tips to help parents navigate these challenging times. 

The four unfolding freedoms include:
1. Freedom from rejection of childhood, around the late elementary school years, when they want to stop acting and being treated as children. 
2. Freedom of association with peers, around the middle school years, when they want to form a second family of friends. 
3. Freedom for older experimentation, around the high school years, when they want to try more grown-up activities. 
4. Freedom to claim emancipation, around the college age years, when they decide to become their own ruling authority. 

“Counseling with many families over many years, I believe there is a continuing need for parents to be informed about common changes that adolescence brings for the teenager and for themselves,” said Dr. Pickhardt. “I hope this book serves that purpose.” 

Dr. Pickhardt’s message is clear: with each successive push for freedom, both parents and teens need to learn how to do less holding on to each other while doing more letting go. Readers will learn the way with compassion, experience and time-tested guidance.

About the Author
Carl Pickhardt, Ph.D., is a noted psychologist, speaker and parenting expert, now retired from private counseling practice. He received his B.A. and M.Ed. from Harvard, and his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. He is a member of the American and Texas Psychological Associations. He writes a popular parenting advice column for Psychology Today and has written some of the most practical and helpful books about important parenting issues, including: The Connected Father, Stop the Screaming, The Future of Your Only Child and Why Good Kids Act Cruel. A prolific author, he continues to write three distinct kinds of books: illustrated psychology, coming of age fiction and nonfiction parenting advice. Holding On While Letting Go is his 17th parenting book. For a complete list of his books, see his website:  

Holding On While Letting Go: Parenting Your Child Through the Four Freedoms of Adolescence
Publisher: HCI Books
Release Date: October 4, 2022
ISBN-10: 0757324231
ISBN-13: 9780757324239
Trade Paperback, 336 pages
Available on


Wednesday, October 19, 2022



Friday, Oct. 28 – Saturday, Oct. 29
BUSHKILL, Pa. (Lehman Township, Pa.) October 19, 2022 — After 14 years in operation at Lehman Park, the annual Halloween-themed, family-friendly event Lehman Haunted Park, which draws approximately 10,000 visitors per year, is expanding and relocating to POCONOS PARK (located at 265 Tom Ridge Drive, Bushkill, PA in the Lehman Township, just 2 miles North of Bushkill Falls). Halloween is “creeping up,” so, unless you're scared, be sure to order your tickets today at

HAUNTED POCONOS PARK is open for ONE WEEKEND ONLY (Friday, October 28 – Saturday, October 29) and will offer different “scare-level” experiences based upon age:

KID’S TRICK OR TREAT TRAIL, 4 – 7 P.M.— (Children Ages 12 & Under): 
Prior to sunset, children will be sent along a fright-free, wooded trail to gather candy treats, participate in interactive games, and meet a host of kid-friendly characters—with plenty of photo opportunity stations for parents along the way. Cost is $5 per child with an accompanying adult. 

PLAYHOUSE OF HORROR, 6 – 10 P.M.— (Ages 13+):
Beginning at twilight, our “braver” and older guests can explore the more eerie dwellings of an authentic haunted house. Meet POCONOS PARK’s playful specters, murderous villains, and ghoulish monsters. Take in our wonderful macabre displays and get a few jump-scares along the way. (Note: ONLY those in line before 10 P.M. will be admitted. Children aged 12 and under MUST be accompanied by an adult)  Early Bird Cost is $19.99 plus fees, Week Of Cost is $24.99 plus fees, and Day Of Cost is $29.99 plus fees. Grab a Skip The Line admission for only $39.99.

BLACK LAGOON BANQUET, 5 - 8 P.M.—(All Ages):
Say “Bone-Appetit!” as we serve no tricks, just treats, at this otherworldly upscale dinner buffet. Enjoy delicious culinary treats and only the finest, delightful “spirits” curated especially for you by Event Hospitality Solutions. This family-friendly dinner will be served with paired wine from Blue Ridge Winery and distinguished ghostly guests. Tickets are LIMITED at $59.99 per guest (plus fees) and include “skip the line” admission to the Playhouse of Horror, access to the buffet, and one alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink per person. (Note: Additional alcoholic beverages cost extra.)

“SCREAM! AT THE LAKE” 90’s Throwback Dance Party, Friday, Oct. 28,  9 P.M. - 1.A.M. (21+):
Calling all ghosts and ghouls to scream with delight as we turn off the lights and on the 90s tunes! Join us down at the Lake House to enjoy some scary libations at the Bloody Bar and graze on some skull candy (aka yummy bar food). Dress to kill, as we’ll be giving away prizes for the most spine-chilling, the most scandalous, and the most striking costumes!  (Must show valid ID to enter) Tickets are LIMITED at $49.99 per guest (plus fees), and includes “skip the line” admission to the Playhouse of Horror.

“CURSED CAMPGROUND” Electronic Music Dance Party, Saturday, Oct. 29, 9 P.M. - 1.A.M. (21+):
After you’ve had your pants scared off inside the Playhouse of Horror,  join us at the Cursed Campground at the Lake House! If you dare to venture through the cursed trails of this abandoned summer camp, you will reach the most electrifying dance party in the Poconos! Costumes are encouraged, as prizes will be given away for various spooky categories. (Must show valid ID to enter) Tickets are LIMITED at $49.99 per guest and include “skip the line” admission to the Playhouse of Horror.



Guests can also enjoy additional activities, such as a Haunted Hayride and Fire Pits with S’mores Stations, or wander through the PUMPKIN PATCH to select the perfect pumpkin to decorate at the Pumpkin Painting & Carving Stations. Also, bring your appetite—there will be plenty of Food Vendors and treats from Event Hospitality Solutions to enjoy!!

“We are so pleased to partner with POCONOS PARK to expand Lehman’s traditional haunted park and meet the rising demand for this popular event,” stated Rob Rohner, Chairman/Secretary Treasurer at Lehman Township Municipal. “It is wonderful to see the growth of this event and the community come and celebrate fall in such a fun and unique way.”

“We are so excited to be a part of this well-established and well-loved event,” stated John M. Oakes, CEO of From the Roots, the real estate and venue management company that operates POCONOS PARK. “We look forward to making HAUNTED POCONOS PARK a must-do Halloween event for everyone in the community to enjoy for years to come!”

POCONOS PARK™, located only 18 miles north of Stroudsburg in the Bushkill Falls region near Delaware Water Gap National Park, will operate as a boutique festival site and play host to world-class tours and productions, as well as special events. The complex includes two sizable venues: the Amphitheater at Poconos Park and the Lake House Theater. The amphitheater is a 10,000+-capacity, open-air venue with thousands of seats near the stage and a beautiful grass lawn for thousands more to enjoy entertainment in the great outdoors. The amphitheater can also be converted to a 2,600- capacity, fully-enclosed venue for year-round performances. The Lake House Theater at Poconos Park, is a 10,000-square-foot banquet hall, located on a scenic 90-acre lake. The theater can seat up to 400 people for private events such as banquets, corporate retreats, weddings, etc., and serve as a facility for first-class VIP experiences for concerts, festivals, and other large events. For general information, or to inquire about holding your next event at POCONOS PARK, please visit

11 Fun & Engaging Family Rituals


Think back to your childhood and your happiest memories with your family. More often than not, those memories will involve a ritual you had with your parents, siblings, or extended family. Did you have a special handshake with your uncle? Did your grandma always give you a dollar before you left her house? Were Friday nights always movie night? Whatever you did, it obviously had an effect. The ritual made you feel a part of your family and endeared you to them. As a parent, make sure to give your children the same experience by creating rituals with them. 

IMPORTANT: As the parent, it’s your job to get the ritual started. However, make it your kids’ responsibility to create the actual ritual. Involving them in the creation process will make it infinitely more likely that they will stay engaged with your ritual instead of complaining about it. 


  1. Rotating Family Dinners

Okay, having dinner as a family is an unoriginal idea. But it doesn’t have to be! Once a week, switch things up by making a different person in the family “in charge” of dinner. They pick the menu, help cook, and even decorate if they’d like. This gets kids in the habit of helping with chores, making their own food, and creating family rituals. Plus, you know at least one kid will be happy with the food that’s served that night ;)

  1. Rotating Movie Nights
    Similar to family dinners, let each person in the family be in charge of what’s showing for family movie night. It’s a good idea to make a “no complaining” rule (adults included!) so that you kids aren’t afraid to express their interests and opinions. Sure, not everyone will like every movie that’s picked. But respecting everyone’s choices and participating in something another person enjoys are important skills to have. 


  2. Game Night
    Game nights provide all kinds of benefits. They teach teamwork, problem-solving, and how to be a gracious winner and loser. But game nights can get intense, depending on the family. Try to keep these things in mind before you bust out the Monopoly board.

    1. Pair up older, more experienced players with younger ones. Try to make each team as even as possible.

    2. Let teams be excited when they win, but don’t let them gloat. Shake hands and move on. If they go overboard, call them out and make them apologize. (That goes for adults, too.)

    3. Same goes for losing. People can most certainly be sad (and may even need a moment to deal with big feelings), but always bring them back around to shaking hands with the winners and expressing happiness that they won. Call out excessive moping, and don’t let people quit if they see they are going to lose.

  3. Yearly Non-Holidays

Find fun, family-oriented reasons to celebrate that aren’t federally recognized holidays.

  1. Revisit an old vacation spot. Make new memories to add to the new ones. Declare it “Lake Day,” “Theme Park Day,” or “Hike Up A Mountain Day.”

  2. Find unofficial holidays that would mean something to your family and participate in them each year. For example, watch “Star Wars” on May 4 or talk like a pirate on September 19.

  3. Did something go wrong in the past, but it’s a story that’s retold in your family over and over again? Celebrate it! “The Minivan Broke Down Day” or “We Survived a Terrible Camping Trip Day” can all be celebrated by an honorary activity and a retelling of the bad experience. Watch as it oddly brings everyone together. 

  1. Shopping Duties
    Going to the grocery store doesn’t have to be a bore. Give your child or children specific items to look for and pick up. And don’t just shove the child in the cart and have them point to the object on the shelf. Engage them physically in the task by having them retrieve the item and put it in the cart. This gives them something to do and a role in a task they would otherwise be left out of.


  2. Bathtime Parade
    Depending on the child, bathtime can be exciting or tear-inducing. Regardless, involve your kids in making a bathtime song, chant, dance, or rhyme. It can help them with the transition from whatever they are doing to cleanup time. If your child is a reluctant bath taker, this is something that should heavily involve their creativity. If you as the parent are making up the song and expecting it to help, it probably won’t. The excitement will come from your child making up the lyrics, words, or dance moves. 


  3. Nighttime Rituals
    Similar to bathtime, going to bed can be a chore for parents. Create a bedtime routine that prepares everyone to settle down for the night. Here are a few ideas for you to consider. 

    1. Dentist Robot – Instead of mom or dad assisting with brushing, transform yourself into a robot who specializes in dental hygiene. Make recurring, purposeful mistakes to get them giggling about how silly you are and how knowledgeable they are about their teeth. 

    2. Book Machine – Become a giant claw machine for books. Ask your kids to pick the books they want to read and mechanically grab them from the bookshelf. 

    3. Bedtime Handshake – Before you leave the room, give your children a special handshake. It can be as complex or as simple as they want it to be. It can also be unique for each child, or you can all decide to have a “family handshake” that’s special to just your family unit. 

    4. Prayers or Gratitude List – If you are a religious family, have your children take part in nighttime prayers. If you aren’t, take a moment with them to run through five things they are thankful for.

  4. Birthday “Campouts”
    No tents are required for birthday campouts. All you need is a new location. Whether it’s the basement, the living room, or the actual great outdoors, celebrate your children’s birthdays by spending the night together on a “campout.” These can look however you’d like. Eat snacks, tell stories, watch a movie, or roast marshmallows. Build a blanket fort, sleep in sleeping bags, or drag mattresses to the floor. Invite friends, make it family-only, or have them one-on-one. Whatever you decide, it will be done in celebration of someone you love. 


  5. Family Chore Time
    Make one morning or night of the week Family Chore Time. Give everyone age-appropriate jobs to do, crank up some music, and spend the morning working (and dancing!) together to get your home back in order. Dance, lipsync, and create a custom playlist that everyone in the family helps curate. It’s up to you on if chores rotate, what happens when their list is done, or whether or not there are opportunities for extra work they can get paid to do. When you’re done, celebrate! You can decide on what that looks like. It can be as simple as eating lunch immediately after or indulging in a scoop of ice cream. 


  6. Routine “Days of Service”
    As a family, pick a cause you care about. Then, regularly serve in a way that addresses that problem. Don’t be afraid to attach your day of service to a big, potentially uncomfortable topic. Regular exposure can help you answer questions they may have and engage with the topic on a practical level. Pick something that’s hands on instead of passive activities that don’t engage your child. For example, thoughtfully and intentionally picking out clothes for another person will engage your children on a much deeper level than if you did it for them and told them about it afterward. 


Obviously, this is not an exhaustive list. It’s also not a checklist. If one of these ideas doesn’t work for your family, no worries! There are infinite ways to produce rituals that will bring your family together. All you need to do is think about what kinds of rituals you want to establish and involve your family in creating them. So get started, and have fun!

Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Teaching The ABCs Through Beekeeping


As a teacher of older three year old children I loved B Is For Beekeeping An Alphabet Book. My current class is very different. I have a few who know their alphabet but not everyone is there but I loved this book particularly for the few that do.  To go over the alphabet when you are very aware of each letter can be very boring but even my always bored during letter time kids LOVED it.

Did you know one-third of the food we eat gets pollinated by honeybees? Honeybees are critical to our ecosystem. By purchasing this book, you are helping children learn the important role that honeybees play in our world. Additionally, your purchase benefits the protection of all bees! B is for Beekeeping will be making a special donation to organizations that help preserve bees and their habitats.

The class were all so interested in the "New" vocabulary a the very bright, cute illustrations. Who knew you could come up with an entire alphabet book based on beekeeping?

My entire class loves looking at the Queen Bee and all her little "babies". I loved learning about Royal Jelly a food made by the worker bees for the larvae who will grow up to be queens.

Very interesting and a fun way to teach my kids who do and don't know their letters.

To Purchase:

Thursday, October 13, 2022

I Have Found The Best Stocking Stuffer

OMG I love love love my back scratched. It's weird because as a child I remember my dad asking us to scratch his back and he always wanted it really scratched. He was always itchy.  His back was so gross with all kinds of bumps and hair. What is it about a back scratch? My back is always itchy, but it also feels good and gives me chills. I will use anything. A pen, a plastic fork, a brush, the wall, my fingernails, a pencil, anything!!! Nothing ever scratches enough. My daughter is always afraid she will hurt me, my husband does hurt me...ugh why is it so difficult?! NOW I have the Bearback Scratcher. It isn't like those dumb wood ones that just don't scratch or those stupid metal finger ones that look like they can scratch but don't. Is anyone else like this with their back because I can go on and on!?

The Bearback Scratcher is long and can really reach plus it has an easy to hold handle. I LOVE IT! It feels like a brush but the bristles are closer together and smaller, it can be used wet or dry and folds up for easy travel or to store. 

bearback Scratcher Highlights:

  • Built with a non-slip grip
  • Makes it easy to access those hard to reach places
  • Gentle on skin
  • Use on backs, legs–anywhere!
  • Ergonomic curve provides the perfect amount of pressure
  • Foldable design is made for travel and easy storage
  • Extends to 17” from 9.5”
  • Interchangeable design with 4 attachments for all self-care needs

After you’ve satisfied your itch, swap out the scratcher for one of three other attachments: the Massage Roller, Lotion Roller, or Dry Brush.



$21.97 for the bearback Scratcher, $8.97 for additional attachments

Available at & Amazon

Wednesday, October 12, 2022

FROST - Starring Vernon Wells, Devanny Pinn - Is Out Today October 11 #horror


A review:

So this movie just angered me. OK...wait let me start again. If I was watching just for entertainment, it was ok. I would say that for entertainment purposes not a review I would have watched this movie with my family and been ok with it. My 17 year old and I watched it together. We did zero reading about the movie and had no idea what it was about or who the actors were. The wolf on the cover told us that there are wolves in the movie. Well there was a wolf in one scene but that was about it.

In a nutshell a pregnant heads to her estranged father's house. There is some obvious bad history with his drinking and now he is saddled with this baby who he is sure is a boy. They go fishing but not before he tells her to leave her phone home because she has been attached to it or some jazz. We never really see her on it much but what other reason would she have to NOT have her phone on her? Anyway while driving and talking it's obvious that he can't multitask because they crash. Well not only crash but part of a tree goes through the daughter. Dad has to head out and get help but not before telling her all the bad things that will happen, the cold, how her body temp will drop, the fact that she will hallucinate, so many things. Yes sir, this is how we leave your very scared, pregnant daughter. Tell her everything that can possibly happen. 

Well things just go from bad to worse. On day one she tells the baby she has to eat so apologizes and eats a worm. Day two she goes into labor, Day three...I don't even want to spoil it but angered me to no end. Still mad about it. 

If this is your jam, do it! Be prepared. There is so much I can add but will leave it here. Leave me a comment if you want more. 


Cleopatra Entertainment are proud to announce the release of chilly thriller FROST, directed by Brandon Slagle (Battle of Saipan), based on James Cullen Bressack’s story and adapted for screen by Robert Thompson,  and starring Vernon Wells (Mad Max 2) and Devanny Pinn (House of Manson).

The story of a young woman and her father who have to fight for survival after being stranded on a remote mountainside during a storm, FROST will be released on October 11 on Digital and Blu-ray.

A full motion picture soundtrack for FROST is scheduled for both the CD and VINYL LP formats to accompany the film’s release and features contributions by Rick Wakeman (YES), Geoff Downes (YES/ASIA) and Terry Reid – amongst others - courtesy of Cleopatra Records.



Safety at School for Kids with Food Allergies #allergies

 Safety at School for Kids with Food Allergies

Child food allergies are no joke. And if you thought you noticed an uptick in the number of children dealing with allergies, you’re not wrong. In fact, the rate has increased by 50% since the 1990s. That means there are 50% more parents trying to understand how their child’s allergies will affect their everyday lives. A big part of that is making sure they are safe at school.

Here is some information about common food allergies and how to partner with your child’s teacher and school. There are also resources if you’re a parent whose child has a food allergy. 

*This article is not meant to replace a consultation with a doctor. If you think your child has food allergies, contact your pediatrician.

Common Child Food Allergies

People can be allergic to a lot of different foods. However, the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) says that eight common foods make up 90% of food allergic reactions in the United

States. Those foods are (starting with the most common):

  • Milk.

  • Eggs.

  • Fish.

  • Shellfish (such as crab, lobster, and shrimp).

  • Tree nuts (such as almonds, walnuts, and pecans).

  • Peanuts.

  • Wheat.

  • Soybeans.


Symptoms can be very different for each kind of allergy. If you think your child may be having an allergic reaction to a certain food, be on the lookout for: 

  • Hives or a rash.

  • Coughing, wheezing, or difficulty breathing.

  • Dizziness/lightheadedness.

  • Tingling or itchy sensation in the mouth.

  • Swelling of the throat, face, tongue, lips, or vocal cords.

  • Vomiting and/or diarrhea.

  • Stomach/abdominal cramps.

  • Loss of consciousness.


If you’ve done much research on food allergies, you probably have run across the term “food intolerances.” What’s the difference? The simplified explanation is that intolerances don’t trigger the immune system and allergies do. The symptoms related to food intolerances are usually less severe, too. That doesn’t mean your child’s quality of life won’t suffer because of a food intolerance. It just means their life won’t be threatened by it, where an allergy can trigger a “go to the hospital now” episode of anaphylaxis.

Partner With Your Teacher & School

For parents whose children have food allergies, life is already stressful. The constant monitoring is a full-time job. So it’s understandable if the thought of handing that responsibility over to a teacher or daycare worker is overwhelming.

As difficult as it will feel, it’s vital to trust the other adults in your quest to keep food allergens away from your child. You’ll need the extra help, especially when your child is little.

  1. Before your child ever sets foot in the door, contact their school, preschool, or daycare. Schedule a meeting months (seriously, months) before kids go back to school. Communicate with the teacher, but ask to talk with the school’s nurse, too. Share your home emergency plan with them. They will help you fill out all the necessary paperwork to create a school health care plan.

    1. Don’t worry about schools brushing your concerns to the side. According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), public or private schools that get funds from the federal government have to provide accommodations for kids with food allergies. 

  2. Make a food allergy card for your child. Teachers and school staff can use it as a reference. Your child can also hand it to whomever they need to instead of having to memorize all the details of their allergy. 

  3. Let the teacher know they can call whenever they have questions about your child’s health.



Especially when your child is little, managing food allergies can be a daunting task. Here are a few resources that could help you navigate the topic of food allergies a little easier. 

  • Common Allergens 101 – If you’re new to the world of food allergies, this is a great place to learn the basics.

  • Food Allergy Emergency Checklist – This is a good action plan if your child should ever eat something they are allergic to. (Consult with your pediatrician to make sure there aren’t any missing steps you should take for your child’s unique situation.)

  • “Stop. Look. Ask. Go.” Training for Kids – This simple training helps you teach your preschooler the importance of their food allergies and what to do before they eat food that isn’t prepared by you.

  • “Managing Food Allergies at School” Resource Page – This site gets you started on all the forms and questions you should have before and after talking with your child’s school, preschool, or daycare. 

Like any lifelong health issue, food allergies can feel like an overwhelming amount of work. Thankfully, there are resources that can help parents as they do their best to take care of their child’s health concerns. There is a community to support you that includes your child’s teacher and school. Lean into the additional help offered to you, and know you’re not in this alone.

Tuesday, October 04, 2022

Cartoon Network Favorites On DVD In October


Get Nostalgic And Go Back In Time With These Classic Cartoon Network TV Series Available For The First Time Ever


Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Complete Series


Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends:

 The Complete Series


Both Available On DVD October 18, 2022


Courage the Cowardly Dog: The Complete Series


Available Now On Digital

BURBANK, CA (September 30, 2022) Grab the popcorn, and get ready to revisit some of your favorite classic Cartoon Network series! For the first time ever on Digital and DVD, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Complete Series and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends: The Complete Series on Oct. 18, and for the first time on Digital comes Courage the Cowardly Dog: The Complete Series. All three series are produced by Cartoon Network Studios. 

Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Complete Series

Ed, Edd n Eddy tells the story of three best friends, who band together to tackle life's most daunting challenge - puberty. Though they have the same first name and live on the same cul-de-sac in the suburbs, the three youths have very different personalities, which contribute to the confusion, contradiction and just plain awkwardness that defines growing up.


Street Date: October 18, 2022

Episodes: 66

Total Runtime: Approx. 1,450 minutes

10 DVD-9s

Audio - English (5.1)

Subtitles - English SDH

Rated: TV-Y7 / G

Price: $64.99 SRP US & $74.99 SRP CANADA

Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends: The Complete Series

What happens when a child outgrows his trusty Imaginary Friend, the pal that stuck with him through all of the highs and lows of growing up? Well, these creations pack up and head for Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends! Foster's is a one-of-a-kind Victorian mansion filled with hundreds of unique characters from all over the world, thought up by completely different children for completely different reasons. These creatures all live together in this vast, sprawling home with more rooms than you could ever dream possible! Mac, a clever but somewhat shy 8-year-old boy, discovers Foster's when his mom tells him he's too old for his Imaginary Friend Blooregard. Not ready to part with his trouble making best buddy, Mac takes Bloo to Foster's with the hope of giving him a safe place to live, while still being able to visit every day.


Street Date: October 18, 2022

Episodes: 79

Total Runtime: Approx. 1,738 minutes

0 DVD-9s

Audio - English (5.1)

Subtitles - English SDH

Rated: TV-Y7 / G

Price: $69.99 SRP US & CANADA

Courage the Cowardly Dog: The Complete Series

Join all the awkwardly fun and creepy moments as we celebrate our favorite cowardly dog. Take a trip to Nowhere, Kansas, which is home to Courage the Cowardly Dog himself, along with his loving and wrinkly owners, Muriel and Eustace. In this hilariously epic complete series, we find Courage facing adventures like battling deadly weremoles, running into villainous freaks, dodging an angry Storm Goddess and more. Get ready to muster up all the bravery you can and experience all 52 laugh-out-loud episodes.


Available to Own on Digital Via Purchase From Digital Retailers

Episodes: 52

Total Runtime: Approx. 1,250 minutes

Audio - English (5.1)

Subtitles - English SDH

Rated: TV-Y7 / G

Price: $49.99 SRP US & CANADA


Digital movies or TV episodes allow fans to watch a digital version of their movie or TV show anywhere, on their favorite devices. With digital, consumers are able to instantly stream and download movies and TV shows to TVs, computers, tablets and smartphones through retail services. For more information on compatible devices and services go to Consult a digital retailer for details and requirements and for a list of digital-compatible devices.

About Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Inc. 

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) brings together Warner Bros. Entertainment's physical and digital distribution businesses in order to maximize current and next-generation distribution scenarios. An industry leader since its inception, WBHE oversees the global distribution of content through packaged goods (Blu-ray Disc and DVD) and digital media in the form of electronic sell-through and video-on-demand via cable, satellite, online and mobile channels. WBHE distributes its product through third party retail partners and licensees. 


About Cartoon Network Studios

Established in 2000, Cartoon Network Studios (CNS) is a global animation and interactive studio recognized for its innovative approaches to IP development and world-building. Fostering a creator-driven environment, CNS is home to hundreds of visual artists who have been a part of the studio’s many critically acclaimed and groundbreaking animated series including Adventure Time, Craig of the Creek, Steven Universe, Summer Camp Island, The Powerpuff Girls, We Bare Bears, and We Baby Bears. CNS has also produced notable Adult Swim hits such as the Emmyƒ-award winning epic Genndy Tartakovky’s Primal, Samurai Jack, and Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law. CNS is also home to Cartoon Cartoons, the studio’s animated shorts program dedicated to innovating the art of animated storytelling, showcasing diverse stories, discovering new voices and mentoring the next generation of animators.


CNS has been honored with multiple awards and accolades including: Emmy, Peabody, GLAAD and Annie Awards. Internationally, the studio also garnered the BAFTA Children’s Award, Italy’s prestigious Pulcinella Award and Annecy Festival’s Cristal Award. Currently, CNS houses a VR lab, and produces an array of interactive formats and products for youth and young adult audiences around the world. As part of its ongoing efforts to discover unique and promising voices everywhere, the studio has a robust global Artist Program and has numerous partnerships, including Exceptional Minds, Black Women Animate and California Institute of the Arts.