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An adorable children's show about the secret life of teddy bears.
When your a child you can't help but want to believe your stuffed animals may be alive well Benjamin Bear can help kids develop that theory and provide an outlet for their imagination.
The animation is bright and colourful with no offensive themes. The overall concept is engaging and suitable for young children. The best thing is even adults are able to enjoy the show as it hasn't been dumbed down too much. You will also find that there are some life lessons thrown in that seem well placed and thought out.
This show is a welcome relief from some of the other dribble they try to shove down impressionable children's throats. It's fun without being incredibly stupid and dense.
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