Colossal Tales (Being Yourself) -- A new student spells competitive trouble for Carlos and Sluggy and catapults our hero into a tangled web of deception and lies.
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Your children will love this award-winning new animated series that is both entertaining and instructive!
A new student in town spells competitive trouble for Carlos and Sluggy and catapults our hero into a tangled web of deception and lies. The resulting inflation of egos leaves Carlos in a very, very uncomfortable position -- about six stories up in the air!
This episode teaches children the dangers of stretching the truth even a little, as it can lead to a slippery slope of more lies. Children will learn the importance of avoiding negative comparison with others and the blessings of simply being themselves.
The Adventures of Carlos Caterpillar tells the growing up story of Carlos, an ever-curious little caterpillar who often finds himself in one predicament or another. Helped by his Uncle Pedro, a butterfly with a lifetime of experience behind him, Carlos learns many lessons that will help him through his own little journey of life!
Children ages 4 to 10 will enjoy these entertaining adventures done in full 3D animation with great music and Latin flavor! Fullscreen.
Language: English & Spanish
Subtitles: English & Spanish
Extras - Meet the Characters
For additional materials related to Carlos Caterpillar, please visit www.carloscaterpillar.com. There are plenty of fun activities for kids including games, coloring pages and downloads. You can also learn more about each of the characters and watch video clips.
Rarely does one find a DVD appropriate for children that presents a good message and yet is entertaining. This series, The Adventures of Carlos Caterpillar succeeds in that endeavor. The series tells the story of Carlos, a curious caterpillar who often finds himself in one predicament or another. Each episode is approximately 25 minutes in length which is enough time to present the message, but not too long to lose the child's interest. The animation is well done, the voices are pleasant, and the music is entertaining. Having a five year-old in my home, one tends to see the same DVD repeated numerous times. After awhile this particular adult is ready to hide and/or destroy some of those DVDs. Yet, I found myself engrossed in the story and humming along to the music from this particular DVD. This series would be appropriate for church libraries, personal collections, or any media library that collects items for children.
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