Little Bookworms 2

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Synopsis

The gang that was so much fun to watch in their animated adventure in Little Bookworms returns for Little Bookworms 2. Joe Croaker throws away something that looks like a leaf, into the air, and the wind brings it back to strike him! He later learns it is a kite. A brief lesson is then […]

Dove Review

The gang that was so much fun to watch in their animated adventure in Little Bookworms returns for Little Bookworms 2. Joe Croaker throws away something that looks like a leaf, into the air, and the wind brings it back to strike him! He later learns it is a kite. A brief lesson is then given about air and motion and why kites can fly. As always, this series is educational as well as entertaining. The peppy songs like, “Hey, let’s see” also keep things moving forward in an energetic and fun way.

Another lesson is taught when Joe sleeps in front of a magnifying glass and it burns his…well, his rear, and turns it black! You have never heard Joe Croaker belly ache until you see him in this adventure. But then, it happens again! It always seems to happen to Joe. Cosmo finally teaches Joe that the magnifying glass is magnifying the sun’s rays and that’s why he keeps getting burned in the, well…you know!

Other adventures include Cosmo eating a part of a mushroom that makes him feel funny, and Cosmo becoming friends with Miss Sparrow. This animated story does a great job in showing how important it is to reach out to others who may be different than we are. Other than a few mild uses of name calling, this cool adventure in the marshes easily earns our Dove seal for All Ages.

The Dove Take:

You can’t help but enjoy these characters and their funny mishaps in this wonderful animated tale.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: Characters help each other out.
Sex: None
Language: A few instances of name calling such as "Idiot","Stinky Frog" and "Holy Moly".
Violence: A magnifying glass burns Joe Croakers rear but he survives it--twice; a character tosses a kite into the wind and it comes back and strikes him but he is okay.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Some disagreements between a few characters but nothing major.

Info

Company: Cinedigm
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 84 min.
Reviewer: Ed C.