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By Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 2+

Charming animated show suits the youngest viewers.

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Charming and sweet, this animated series for very young children is similar to vintage cartoons: There's no dialogue, just playful music and sounds. At the beginning of each episode, Uki wakes up in a bright green meadow strewn with pink flowers and yawns, the sun beaming down. Then it's puzzle time: Uki will play a memory game or slide the pieces of a mixed-up tiled picture around until an image forms. Then it's time for the meat of the episode: Oh, no! It's snowed, and Uki and friends can't play in the park together! Or, Uki is trying to paint a picture of Rabbit, but the drippy paint keeps messing up the sharp lines! Uki is frustrated, but not for long. Maybe you can't play on the seesaw when it's snowing, but you can slide down the slide and right through a hollow log.

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