Each episode follows the adventures of three classroom pets--Linny the Guinea Pig, Ming-Ming Duckling, and Turtle Tuck--who travel around the globe helping to rescue animals who need their ... See full summary »
The popular children's books, written by Paulette Bourgeois, come alive in this television series about a turtle named Franklin. Each episode has a story of Franklin and his friends. You'll... See full summary »
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My daycare kids and I love Max and Ruby. However, it does bother me that there is no parental involvement other than an occasional visit to or from the grandma. Ruby is a great influence for Max and he is lucky to have a big sister like her. But it appears the responsibility of raising him rest solely on her shoulders. I understand what you are trying to convey but in the real world there need to be a parent involved in their lives.She is firm with him when he is wrong and she also teaches him right from wrong which is the role of a parent. And Max is a smart boy. But other than a friend or grandma, who is there for Ruby? Let's hear a voice or calling from a parent. That would be more believable.
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