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Parents' Guide to

Dance & Sing with True

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Lively music videos reflect parent show's positive themes.

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True and the Rainbow Kingdom fans will enjoy this musical recap of some of the vibrant show's highlights (with a few new tunes mixed in). For viewers who are new to the characters, it's a fun introduction to the sights and sounds of the delightful place that Rainbow Kingdom is. The music is engaging and relevant to kids' experiences, emphasizing acts of kindness and friendship that occur in the clips. What's more, it's a lot of fun to listen to and not nearly as wearisome as some kids' tunes can be for parents.

Even with no story to follow in the traditional sense, kids will have an easy time understanding how the lyrics match the characters' actions in Dance & Sing with True. That said, the shorts' promotional impact can't be avoided, as they're a very effective advertisement for the parent series.

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