DVDs And CDs

Any parent or babysitter is familiar with large piles of DVDs and CDs. This is because kids ages two through 18 watch about three hours of TV--including movies--per day, as reported by the Kaiser Family Foundation. While families on budgets may choose to borrow video-and-audio recordings from the library or rent them, the selection can be meager and late fees caused by hectic schedules can add up quickly.

Typical Wholesale DVDs and CDs Available at Dollar Stores

CDs for children include those by kid-friendly artists like the Wiggles, sing-along albums by characters like Barney and soundtracks to popular kids movies. These recordings can be distractions during road trips and help children learn songs and enhance their vocabularies. Other children's entertainment options favored by parents include audio recordings of books.

Extreme-value retailers also have access to cartoons that may be off the beaten path. These are often obscure adaptations of classic fairy tales or literature, classic cartoons like Looney Tunes, Betty Boop or Popeye the Sailor, or even religious stories.

Other items that appeal to children are older, live-action movies. These movies can be fun for the whole family, and many dollar stores offer a unique mix of classics like David Copperfield and The Three Musketeers, movie stars of days gone by like Shirley Temple, and even live-action adaptations of fairy tales like Jack and the Beanstalk and Sleeping Beauty. These movies may not be available anywhere else, and at only $1 each, many parents will buy them in bulk to keep their kids entertained.

Wholesale DVDs and CDs are available in bulk at Dollar Store Merchandise. Retailers can contact the company at 1-877-549-5210 or info@dollarstoremerchandise.com.