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Rack, Shack & Benny

reviewed by the Coalition for Quality Children's Media

Kids learn to resist peer pressure in a fun way. Even when given permission to eat as many chocolate bunnies as they want, Rack, Shack and Benny remember what their parents taught them. They do what's right even when their friends do something else. Adult comments: The veggies have individual characteristics, a sense of humor, wit, moral development and they're lively and personable. Excellent example of peer pressure and positive gender modeling. Accurate content, respects kids thinking. Some stereotyping. Kids comments: Children loved the perfectly silly songs, singing and dancing at the end. Simplifies some big issues for kids. "I liked how the girl carrot saved her friends and God put the fire out in the furnace." Kids learned why "sissy" is a mean word.

Age: 3-8
Length: 30 min.
Suggested Retail Price: $12.99

Available from: Cushman/Amberg Communications for Big idea

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