I have an Autistic six year old son that has been in love with Oobi since its inception. The fact that my son uses his hands and often stares at his hands, I supposes, brings a familiarity to him through this puppet show. Now his younger sister watches with the same awe and seems to relate to her brother using his hands a lot more often. Besides that the show is very responsible in the way that the characters interact with each other and the situations the characters are often in. My daughter's favorite character hands down is Ooma and Kako. I love GrandPu's crush on Inka, Oobi's piano teacher, great touch for the parents. I love Oobi and can't wait until more episodes grace our small screens. Thanx
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