A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series is meant to entertain, not educate.
Louie and his friends make a great team, and they communicate to come up with new ideas. Creative problem-solving is the name of the game here.
Positive Role Models
Louie is patient, kind, and creative as he goes on adventures and deals with various adversaries.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Louie is a sweet, simple animated series that tells stories while teaching kids to draw. Its star, a cute white bunny named Louie, lives in the forest with his sister and friends, and finds adventures every day. He often solves problems with his own drawings, which magically come to life and become real. It's a pleasant, charming series that preschoolers will love, and parents will appreciate the built-in activity.
Is It Any Good?
This delightful series not only offers fun, simple stories and gentle characters, but gives kids clear instruction on how to draw simple images. Louie's direction often goes something like this: "To draw a dragon, I draw a round head with two big bumps on top." The way Louie uses his imagination to come up with drawable solutions can inspire kids to think outside the box themselves. The pleasant and slow pace is perfect for preschoolers and also gives them a post-viewing activity -- drawing -- which is a great bonus.
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