Parents' Guide to

Sammy & Eve

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Squirrel pals introduce kids to basics of playing games.

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Lively Sammy and Eve set a great example for very young kids just learning the concepts of fair play and cooperation. Both characters get equal joy from playing each role in their game, and they're always happy to take turns and to celebrate each other's accomplishments in finding the elusive acorn.

These brief stories are very repetitive, following identical formats with only a change of scenery to differentiate one episode from another. Though a little mind-numbing for parents' tastes, they get their point across for the early preschool set. There's also merit in how the characters explore the concept of relative distance by hiding the acorn "under," "beside," and "in front of" familiar objects in the room.

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