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"Madly Madagascar" (20th Century Fox)

Alex's favorite holiday, Valentine's Day, brings hilarious surprises and excitement for the entire gang. Available Jan. 29, 2013 ($9.98)

23 new DVDs for kids

New movies for kids and families are released on DVD weekly. So if you're looking for kid-friendly DVDs, here's an updated list of new movies rated G or PG. --Compiled by Jennifer Berger

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"Hotel Transylvania" (Sony)

The animated tale follows Count Dracula (voiced by Adam Sandler), whose quiet getaway for persecuted monsters is disrupted by a human visitor. Additional voices include Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez and Kevin James. Available Jan. 29, 2013 Rated: PG ($30.99)

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"Madly Madagascar" (20th Century Fox)

Alex's favorite holiday, Valentine's Day, brings hilarious surprises and excitement for the entire gang. Available Jan. 29, 2013 ($9.98)

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"Wild Kratts: Lost at Sea" (PBS)

The Kratt Brothers visit wild animals in their little-seen habitats and showcase key science concepts. Episodes include: Speaking Dolphinese and Blowfish Blowout. ($9.99)

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"Derby Dogs" (Screen Media)

Ben secretly enters the local soapbox derby to beat school bullies. The 12-year-old will encounter a crazy cast of characters while building and racing his own car. Rated PG ($24.98)

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"Pokemon Black & White 2" (Viz Media)

Ash, Iris and Cilan find themselves embroiled in a battle when, as they embark on a journey to Eindoak Town, where a trainer named Damon is attempting to capture a mythical Pokemon. Rated G ($19.97)

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"LeapFrog: Magnificent Museum of Opposite Words" (Lionsgate)

Meet Scout and his friends, Violet, Eli, and Penny. The friends learn that the new Museum of Opposite Words opened in their town. Together the friends use vocabulary skills to unlock clues to help get all the exhibits completed. ($14.98)

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"Barney: Let's Go to the Moon" (Lyons)

Join Barney, Riff, Baby Bop and more on a space adventure. Barney and friends discover that the sky is not the limit when you use your imagination. ($14.98)

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"VeggieTales: Lettuce Love One Another" (Big Idea)

Bob, Larry and a bushel of Veggie friends share three stories and 10 fun tips on how to show love to others. ($15.89)

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"SpongeBob SquarePants: Extreme Kah-Rah-Tay" (Nickelodeon)

Check out Sandy's sensei, an extreme sports team, a frozen competition, world record challenges and SpongeBob's driving skills like you've never seen them before. ($14.98)

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"Frankenweenie" (Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment)

A Tim Burton film about young Victor Frankenstein, a science wiz who tries to reanimate his beloved dog Sparky, who died in an accident. Rated: PG ($29.99)

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"Let's Learn: 1, 2, 3" (Nickelodeon)

Kids will learn their numbers in these six math adventures with their Nick Jr. friends. ($14.98)

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"Angelina Ballerina: Dance Around the World" (Lyons)

Angelina and her friends boogie, bop, skip and hop around the world in exciting adventures. Kids will learn the Irish Jig, the festive Chinese Dragon Dance and more. ($14.98)

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"Thomas & Friends: Muddy Matters" (Lyons)

Through mud, garbage and muck, Thomas and his engine friends show that being really useful can be a dirty job. ($14.98)

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"Let's Learn: ABC" (Nickelodeon)

Kids will learn about letters and reading as they play along with their Nick Jr. friends to explore the alphabet, words, and fairy tales in these six ABC adventures. ($14.98)

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"Pajanimals: Pajanimals Playdate" (NCircle Entertainment)

The Pajanimals love to play games, sing songs and go on great adventures to meet new friends. Through their imaginary journeys, these friends discover fun ways to learn daily life lessons. ($9.99)

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"Kaboom: Best Friends Forever" (Phase 4 Films)

Celebrate Valentine's Day with 10 episodes from "Franklin," "The Berenstain Bears," "Elliot Moose" and more. ($9.99)

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"Dino Dan: To Catch a Dino" (NCircle Entertainment)

Join Dan and his friends as they try to make a kite inspired by the Quetzalcoatlus, then it's story time as Dan tells the story of two cavemen on their quest to catch a baby T. rex to keep as a pet. The DVD is filled with five action-packed adventures full of discovery. ($12.99)

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"The Littlest Pet Shop: Little Pets, Big Adventures" (Shout! Factory)

Blythe Baxter and her dad move into an apartment above The Littlest Pet Shop, where she learns she can communicate with the pets. Rated G ($14.97)

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"Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!: Best Of Widget" (Anchor Bay)

Widget is back and she's the busiest builder and fix-it whiz in Wuzzleberg, and Wubbzy's good friend too. ($14.98)

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"Power Rangers Samurai: A Team Divided Vol. 3" (Lionsgate)

Jayden, Kevin, Emily, Mia and Mike face their toughest challenges yet when the Power Rangers Samurai start turning against each other. ($14.98)

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"Happy Feet / Ant Bully / Scooby-Doo: The Movie" (Warner Home Video)

This Blue-ray triple feature includes "Happy Feet," "Ant Bully" and "Scooby-Doo: The Movie" ($24.98)

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"Nature: Animal Odd Couples" (PBS)

A chimp bottle-feeding a tiger cub. A giant tortoise snuggling a baby hippo. A black crow parenting a meerkat. This film will look at these remarkable relationships first hand. ($19.99)

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"Best of BabyFirst - An Educational Adventure" (Mill Creek Entertainment)

Children ages six months to three years will learn numbers, colors, animals, art, music and more. Enjoy classic fairy tales like "Rumpelstiltskin" and "The Ugly Duckling," and Harry The Bunny invites viewers to go on exciting adventures as he learns new words and concepts through play. Rated: G ($9.98)

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