Parents' Guide to

Bubu and the Little Owls

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Charming animated explorers teach kids value of curiosity.

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Community Reviews

age 3+

Based on 4 parent reviews

age 2+

Bubu is a very special content!

At home we love Bubu! It is a very special content because, besides being cute and fun, it teaches values ​​such as respect, friendship and collaboration.
age 3+

Bubu and the Little Owls - Educational content and positive moral values

It's cute, it's educational and brings positive moral values ​​to children and the whole family.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (4 ):
Kids say (2 ):

Between Bubu's zeal for adventure and Biel's somewhat more cautious approach to the concept, there's a character somewhere in these sweet stories that will resonate with young kids' feelings on big adventures. Bubu jumps into new experiences with both feet, eager to go and impossible to slow down. Even though her brother and sister aren't quite so gung-ho about it all, the three of them find a lot to entertain -- and educate -- them once they're off meeting new friends and trying new things.

It's hard to overstate this show's charm. Its three tiny adventurers are as cute as can be, and their supportive and encouraging parents give them a solid foundation from which to launch their curiosity-driven learning. Simple knowledge about nature and its living things bolsters the characters' cute cavorting, and the owlets' parents help them reinforce what they learned about themselves and the world around them at the end of each show. With music, humor, and constant reminders of the value of being curious and asking questions, Bubu and the Little Owls is an excellent pick for the preschool set.

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