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Parents' Guide to

Abominable and the Invisible City

By Stephanie Snyder, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Cool visuals, suspenseful action excite in movie spin-off.

TV Kids' Animation 2022
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Community Reviews

age 4+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 4+

Entertaining series for everyone!

Awesome family series! Every member of the family enjoyed this series. It’s a continuation of the adventures from the Abominable movie, but even better because the other characters actually play a role in each adventure. Very entertaining stories, no bad language or other nonsense that we are constantly screening for nowadays. In addition, the kids are loving the violin now and asking to hear more classical music. Both our 5 year old and 8 year old are also learning about another culture and enjoying the diversity in this series! I hope they keep going for more seasons.
age 4+

Beautiful diversity and very entertaining adventures

5yo - best show ever! 8yo- best undiscovered entertainment of 2022! LOL Our kids and parents absolutely loved this series! We’re going to watch it a second time through it was so good!

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (1 ):

Cool graphics highlight Chinese culture and positive messages. Although Abominable and the Invisible City has pretty predictable plots, young viewers are in for a visually stunning experience with suspenseful scenes that will keep them engaged, excited, and eager for more of the fun crew that is helping in their community. Kids who loved the movie Abominable will be glad to see the characters return and the story continue. Parents will appreciate the glimpses into Chinese culture, providing a mirror for Chinese kids to see their ethnicity reflected and a window for other kids to learn about the culture.

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