Where's Little Redwood Fox?Where's Little Redwood Fox? (2012) Season 1 Episode 111B- Guess How Much I Love You Cartoon Episode Guide by Dave Koch
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- SLR Productions Pty Ltd, Scrawl Studios Pte Ltd.
For: Ki.Ka and HR/Hessischer Rundfunk
- Animated Characters: Little Nutbrown Hare, Big Nutbrown Hare, Little Field Mouse, Little Grey Squirrel, Little Redwood Fox, Little White Owl.
- First Aired in 2012.
- Episode Number: 111B
- Running Time: 11 minutes.
- Season: 1
- Australia / Singapore / Germany
Cartoon Production Information:
This TV series is scheduled to run for 52 episodes.
Aimed at preschoolers aged 3 to 5, the "Guess How Much I Love You" animated series is set in a timeless watercolor landscape of grassy fields, mossy forests, lazy rivers and sunny green valleys. It's an innocent, picture-book world of butterflies, flowers, whimsy and wonder.
This is the idyllic home of Little Nutbrown Hare and his father, Big Nutbrown Hare. The series follows their adventures as they explore their beautiful surrounds, play with their friends and delight in the love between them. Episodes capture children's real-life experiences whileenabling them to form a closer relationship with the amazing world they live in.
Always ready to play and laugh, Little Nutbrown Hare bounds through his days with whisker-twitching curiosity. The ever-patient Big Nutbrown Hare lovingly leads his son on journeys of discovery- discovery of the joys that nature holds. Fun-loving Little Field Mouse and mischievous Little Grey Squirrel often join them on their adventures and not too far away they might encounter tricky Little Redwood Fox, or Little White Owl with her tall tales of mystery and magic. Together they explore the meadows, forests and streams& playing, laughing and discovering the wonder that the world holds.
Keeping love as the major theme, each adventure has a particular season as its backdrop: the wildflowers of spring; the long, lazy days of summer; the brilliant colors of autumn; or the frozen landscape of winter.
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