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Lara Jill Miller,
We follow a family of bears, known as the Berenstain Bears, as they figure out life together. With friendly neighbors and close friends, the journey is never boring. Inspired by the book series written by Stan and Jan Berenstain.
My daughter loves this show, she laughs so hard when Max is on the TV. Some of you feel like kids aren't learning properly from this cartoon, like music and dance, but should your kids really be learning anything from a cartoon? I would much rather watch Max and Ruby than Dora and her whiny, scared voice all of the time. We grew up watching Tom and Jerry and the Flintstones and I can honestly say I have never chased a mouse around and tried to make a musical instrument out of his tail. If your children learn to hop on a bus and go shopping downtown from watching Max and Ruby, well, it really wouldn't be the cartoons fault, now would it? Lack of proper parenting would have to be to blame. So let your kids watch a nice little show and then go read them a book and teach them right and wrong. Dear God, please do not let cartoons teach your children their moral foundation! And lighten up, it's a cartoon, not everything has to be a learning experience! Max and Ruby have a great sibling relationship.
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