A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Lou Bao Bei intends to entertain viewers rather than to educate. It does introduce preschoolers to different concepts, from vacations to the death of a pet, based on the characters' experiences.
Your imagination can take you anywhere. It's important to be kind and caring towards your friends. Any day can be a good day, if you just try your best.
Positive Role Models
Lou Bao Bei is a positive role model because she always experiences life to the fullest. She is kind and supportive of her friends, curious about the world around her, and never turns down a fun adventure.
The main character of the show is Chinese, and the show portrays characters of different ethnicities, skin tones, and ages, with British or Australian accents. The animal characters are different shapes, sizes, colors, and species with varying personality traits. The importance of friendship and working together is a positive theme of the show.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Luo Bao Bei is an animated series that follows the imagination-filled adventures of a seven-year-old girl. As Lou Bao Bei, or LBB as her friends call her, aspires to understand the world around her, she taps into her wild imagination to create her own fun. The British-Chinese show includes a diverse cast of characters with big personalities. The show is more entertaining than educational, but major themes include friendship, having fun, flexible thinking, and the importance of working together.
Is It Any Good?
This is a fun and diverse series for young viewers. Luo Bao Bei spotlights an unapologetically spunky, curious, and intelligent Chinese girl who loves life. The takeaway messages are developmentally appropriate and engaging for young audiences. Children are sure to be entertained by this silly and spirited series. It's a sweet reminder of how important it is to escape into our imagination sometimes!
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