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True: Grabbleapple Harvest

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Sweet seasonal tale emphasizes mindful problem-solving.

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This seasonal gem celebrates the joy of welcoming change and the promise of better things it can bring. Glummy prefers to stick with the unfinished business of unripe fruit and unseasonal trees, but the rest of Rainbow Kingdom knows that there's more to the change than just losing what's already there; instead it's about being excited about what's coming next.

True's ability to solve problems is greater than the Wishing Tree's own fruits that serve as the tools she needs. In fact, she acknowledges that she doesn't always understand how she will use the wishes she's granted, but it's through her critical thinking that she works out the means to do so. With careful contemplation and a willingness to be open to different ideas, True shows viewers of True: Grabbleapple Harvest a healthy method of problem-solving that favors mindfulness and asking for help when it's needed.

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