By Steve Kabelowsky Contributing Columnist Published Feb 25, 2015 at 8:17 PM

Disney’s "Sofia the First" cartoon series about the young, adopted princess has some wonderful story-telling. Also, it features design guru Tim Gunn from "Project Runway" as the voice of Baileywick.

While many of the cartoons that Disney produces usually have something for children and adults alike, the stories of Sofia and her family are more for younger viewers. Teenagers will roll their eyes and yawn.

"Holiday in Enchancia" features wintery scenes with plenty of heavy coats and princess dresses. The DVD package includes a Sofia light-up ornament, and the story has special guest star Sleeping Beauty Princess Aurora making an appearance … you know, much like the episode actors on "The Love Boat" and "Fantasy Island."

This is a very cute story, one that is well told, well voice acted and wonderful and simple style animation. As Sophia spends her first holiday in the castle, King Roland goes missing. Sofia leads her mom, Amber and James on an expedition on a flying sleigh to find him. There’s come really great computer animation and a scary moment when they get caught in a blizzard. Luckily for all, animal friends come in handy when their dad is missing.

The extras on the DVD include four extra episodes of the snow: "Baileywick’s Day Off," "The Little Witch," "The Baker King" and "Four’s A Crowd."

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