Parents' Guide to


By Polly Conway, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Animal buddies explore their world in delightful series.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 5+

Based on 8 parent reviews

age 3+
1) the emphasis on facial expressions, vocal tone and body language makes this perfect viewing for kids and adults alike: aside from the benefits to those on the spectrum, it creates some very likeable situation and physical humour 2) they are, in fact, speaking pidgin French 3) one downside of the whole thing is the Tomy toy deal - some VERY consumer-focused episodes exist on the franchise's YouTube

This title has:

Great messages
Too much consumerism
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age 2+


To the parent that complains that the characters do not talk: it helps kids understand body language and facial expressions! That's just as important if not more important than language and talking. Some kids like those with Autism spectrum have a hard time reading body language and facial expressions and this show is perfect for learning to recognize visual cues and read the emotional expressions of others and develop emapathy. Plus you can always mute it and you don't miss out on anything since the story is told through body language and facial expressions. It's a perfectly fine show that can be watched without sound.
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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (8):
Kids say (11):

This sweet, bubbly, and energetic series will entertain both preschoolers and older kids who love cute things. The animation is simple but colorful, in the style of Hello Kitty or Miffy (another popular white bunny!), and it's fun to watch the characters visit all kinds of locales (the beach, a cowboy ranch, etc) or find activities in their own home. The absurd humor, mostly based in physical comedy, is giggle-inducing, like the time Molang and Piu Piu try to entertain their sad goldfish with a little boat, some extra bubbles, and finally, a disco party. While the episodes are very short, they're a nice little treat for families who want to watch something light and uncomplicated.

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