Max keeps Grandma busy while Ruby searches the store to pick out the perfect present. Ruby and Max don't agree on what beautiful Christmas tree decorations are. Ruby says it's snow-shoveling time, but Max doesn't agree. It's way too snowy to go outside, can Ruby convince Max to play inside? Max can't make snow angels. A bunny mix-up helps Max keep sledding even after Ruby decides it's time to go inside.
Title from container.
Based on the characters created by Rosemary Wells.
DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital stereo., NTSC.
This DVD is copy protected.
Grandma's present ; Max and Ruby's Christmas tree ; Max's snow plow
Max's snow day ; Max's snow bunny ; Max's mix up
Max's fire flies ; Max and Ruby's fashion show ; Ruby's sing-along
Ruby's puppet show ; Sugar plum Max ; Max's ant farm.
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