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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. All the reviews were so good I had no doubt it'd be wonderful but I was wrong! There is ONE man speaking every character's voice Their mouths hardly even move. Messages are ok, but are young for my almost 5 year old My daughter likes it OK, but mainly just likes the songs.
We have enjoyed the "Theo" series more. I expected this to be so much better!!! I had the book-on-tape version of these Character Builder stories when I was a kid and have been looking for them for my own kids. These are the same words and songs as the original version, just an animated version. The quality of the animation isn't the best, but my two preschoolers enjoy the DVDs regardless.
They are great conversation-starters and my kids seem to be picking up on each of the different character qualities and why they are important.
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My biggest frustration is the format. There are two episodes on each DVD, but each episode is only about 15 minutes long. Also, you can only choose to play one episode at a time. I generally use TV time when I need an uninterrupted moment to get something done, but it makes it difficult when my kids need me to start a new DVD or episode every 15 minutes!
First, the lessons taught in this series is something that, lets face it, the entire world needs to hear.