Little Bear (1995–2003)

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Based upon a series of children's books, a grizzly cub has many misadventures with his friends.

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 Little Bear (65 episodes, 1995-2004)
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Little Bear learns the ways of the world in this wonderful series based on the classic children's book. Little Bear learns about character, honesty, and love. There are fun adventures, games and much more to be had here. Written by CindyH

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6 November 1995 (USA)  »

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Maurice Sendak's Little Bear  »

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Little Bear: Knock Knock...
Owl: Who's there?
Little Bear: Cows.
Owl: Cows who?
Little Bear: No... owls go hoooo.... and cows go mooo!
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Referenced in Sesame Street: Three Bears and a New Baby (2003) See more »

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My daughter LOVES this show!
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I'm happy that this is my nearly-two-year-old's favorite show because it is very, very watchable (over and over again) for the adult set as well (and her 8-year-old cousin, who still loves it, too). I don't think I could stand that much Dora or Elmo, but Little Bear is a very sweet show with a simple plot line and "nice" character interactions that teach good values and behaviors (nobody is trying to trick or exclude anybody or or obnoxious and rude (or children smarter than their parents), which I often notice in some of the other children's programming).

Occasionally, the episodes (especially on the Halloween DVD) do get a little bit scary for my sensitive toddler, though. They don't seem scary to me, but they currently are to her. If you start out with one of the DVDs, I recommend Little Bear's Rainy Day Tales - it's my daughter's favorite (nothing scary there and lots of the animal friends in the episodes).

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