- Network: Nickelodeon
- Series Premiere Date: Nov 6, 1995
- Starring: Tara Strong, Dan Hennessey, Elizabeth Hanna
Little Bear is the story of, what else, than a little bear (voice of Kristin Fairlie). He has many adventures with all his friends, including Duck, Cat, Owl, Hen, Emily, Emily's doll - Lucy, No Feet the Snake, Mitzi the monkey and Tutu the Dog!
Little Bear is always getting into troubleLittle Bear is the story of, what else, than a little bear (voice of Kristin Fairlie). He has many adventures with all his friends, including Duck, Cat, Owl, Hen, Emily, Emily's doll - Lucy, No Feet the Snake, Mitzi the monkey and Tutu the Dog!
Little Bear is always getting into trouble and adventure! He has emotional feelings - he is sad, bold, mad, etc.
The show is a nice way to teach children about feelings of life. It will give them courage, pride, honor and more in their life.
For nearly the last decade this delightful show has entertained children of all ages including their parents. This animated series is based on the popular children's books illustrated by Maurice Sendak and written by Else Holmelund Minarik.
Little Bear is about the spirited adventures of a curious young cub and his animal friends. Written from a child's point of view, the series celebrates the playful and sometimes enchanted aspects of the everyday activities and important moments in a pre-schooler's life. Though often rooted in the everyday, other stories are based on elements of Little Bear's imagination. At times, Little Bear may be seen flying, or even exploring the moon.
Each episode consists of 3 seven-and-a-half minute stories. Each story follows an adventure, a game or an act of imagination in Little Bear's day.
Little Bear once aired on Nick Jr. in the United States. You can now catch it twice daily on Noggin. Morning timeslots tend to vary, but the afternoon timeslot has remained the same --- 5:30 P.M. eastern.… Expand
- Genre(s): Animation, Kids
- Season 3 premiere date: May 6, 1997
- Episode Length: 30
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