A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Characters learn the importance of friendship, responsibility, sharing, listening, compromising, and helping and appreciating others.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this animated series' simple, endearing characters and funny storylines are well-intentioned, conveying messages about self-awareness, sharing, responsibility, and other positive values. As children's television shows go, it's benign enough and makes the effort to teach important social skills.
Is It Any Good?
Although the series' animation is unremarkable -- the colors and depth pale in comparison to many other popular preschooler cartoons, such as Noggin's The Backyardigans -- the storylines are simple, engaging, and funny, and the characters are cute and energetic. Unfortunately, it's likely that some young viewers will be bored by the flat visuals, but hopefully they'll watch long enough to absorb the show's positive messages.
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