Sarah is a young british girl whose best friend happens to be a mallard named, Duck. Everyday they embark on small adventures learning about the world as they go with the help of their ... See full summary »
A toddler/infant adventure garden which tip-toes between the twilight state of a child being awake and moving through to a state of sleep. It is somewhat psychedelic, yet to a child it is ... See full summary »
My son loves the bright colours, music and easily distinguishable characters. As an adult the stories are genuinely funny and the pop culture references are great, e.g. Apocalypse now reference in the Scarecrow badge episode.
Some episode are a bit more hit and miss than others, the ones where they meet outside characters are usually the best. The Panda that sounds like an extra in Eastenders, the greaser mice from the 1950s and the military ants all add variety and extra comedy value.
The characters all speak in simple and correct English, which is really important to me as a parent.
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