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EARS N' TAIL

What to know: The animated series touches upon the problem of self-identification of children born in mixed-race families, using the example of a 5-year-old girl named Zabezoo, whose mother is a rabbit doe and her father is a monkey.
EARS N
Recommended age 4-18
5 minutes
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ALINA ZOLOTAREVA
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Ears N' Tail is a cute animated film that I think everybody can relate to. It's great for kids as it tells the tale of a five-year-old girl named Zabezoo and how she loves to sleep.

Zabezoo is a young girl who just wants to sleep and finish her dreams. This adorable film shows you how she navigates this problem and how her parents also help.

The 2D animation is impressive and professional. The storyline is great for young kids and has a very relatable message about wanting to sleep. It holds your attention. The characters wear PJs and work clothes that looks like what anyone might wear. The story takes place in Zabezoo's home, which is built in a tree. The background music is very whimsical and fun. All the voice over talent is terrific. Zabezoo is voiced by Jillian Menees; Mom is voiced by Courtney Wohl. Dad is voiced by Dylan Mcclosky. Storyteller is voiced by William Pica. They all have very distinctive voices and it's easy to tell them apart.

The message is about sleeping well. When Zabezoo turns off her parents' alarm clock, all havoc breaks loose.

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 4 to 18, plus adults. It is very kid-friendly and would play well at a festival for kids and families. The only thing I find perplexing is the description of the film. It seems to have nothing to do with what happens in this film.

Reviewed by Ava H., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

Ears N' Tail is a cute animated film that I think everybody can relate to. It's great for kids as it tells the tale of a five-year-old girl named Zabezoo and how she loves to sleep.

Zabezoo is a young girl who just wants to sleep and finish her dreams. This adorable film shows you how she navigates this problem and how her parents also help.

The 2D animation is impressive and professional. The storyline is great for young kids and has a very relatable message about wanting to sleep. It holds your attention. The characters wear PJs and work clothes that looks like what anyone might wear. The story takes place in Zabezoo's home, which is built in a tree. The background music is very whimsical and fun. All the voice over talent is terrific. Zabezoo is voiced by Jillian Menees; Mom is voiced by Courtney Wohl. Dad is voiced by Dylan Mcclosky. Storyteller is voiced by William Pica. They all have very distinctive voices and it's easy to tell them apart.

The message is about sleeping well. When Zabezoo turns off her parents' alarm clock, all havoc breaks loose.

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 4 to 18, plus adults. It is very kid-friendly and would play well at a festival for kids and families. The only thing I find perplexing is the description of the film. It seems to have nothing to do with what happens in this film.

Reviewed by Ava H., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

The animated series touches upon the problem of self-identification of children born in mixed-race families, using the example of a 5-year-old girl named Zabezoo, whose mother is a rabbit doe and her father is a monkey. Each episode is one small adventure story where Zabezoo and her friends discover or learn something new.
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