Wow Wow Wubbzy has been one of my favorites that my kids have watched for several years now. I used to find myself sitting and watching it with my daughter, knowing I had things to do, but wanting to see what was going to happen. Wubbzy often finds himself in sticky predicaments because he doesn't always make the wisest decisions. He's a cute little creature with a crooked tail who has several friends who are there to help him out (sometimes not so helpfully!)
"Throughout the six charming adventures in 'A Wuzzleburg Tale,' Wubbzy and his best pals, Walden, Widget and Daizy, encounter different fairytale characters, situations and challenges that all lead to social skills-building fun! Preschoolers will travel through the Enchanted Grove with Wubbzy and Daizy as they search for a pickleberry bush for Widget in 'Once Upon A Wubbzy'; solve the big mystery of why Wubbzy’s closest friends go missing on his birthday in 'The Big Birthday Mystery' and try on a whole new size with Wubbzy and Daizy as they shrink themselves down with Widget’s Shrinky Dinky 3000 in 'Welcome To The Dollhouse.'
Additional episodes on the DVD include: 'Happily Ever After,' where Wubbzy is delighted by the fairytale of the Hopping Dipple-Dop; 'Too Many Wubbzys,' when Wubbzy learns that being in two places at once can pose a problem and 'Focus Wubbzy!,' in which Wubbzy learns the importance of responsibility, listening to instructions and paying attention. The new release also delivers to Wubbzy fans 'wubbtastic' coloring and activity sheets and music videos that will have them singing along!"
And today is the last day to vote for your favorite Wubbzy episode on their Facebook page!
Family Time Factor: I'd say it is enjoyable by anybody that likes cartoons, despite seeming as though it's mostly geared towards preschoolers and toddlers.
MOTR Grade: A