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Cute, cuddly, and collectible, the Sylvanian Families toy line (Calico Critters in the U.S.) was prime material for Saturday morning. With family names like Puddleford, Meadows, Mulberry, and Babblebrook, the toys evoked a serene, pastoral setting, a spirit carried over to the animated series.

Two times an episode, a troubled young human dreamed him or herself into the Woodkeeper's home, gateway to the Sylvanian Families. The child, shrunk down to critter size, met a different Sylvanian Family—tiny rabbits, bears, mice, frogs, raccoons—assigned to make the tyke’s wish come true. The child usually found the truth on the inside (money can’t buy happiness, divorced parents still love their children, etc.), then traveled back to the world of humans to put learning into practice.

Over the course of thirteen episodes, children were treated to lessons on greed, peer pressure, self-esteem, trust, and more. Sylvanian baddies Packbat and Gatorpossum stirred up some of the trouble, but the real drama in the Sylvanian Forest was always personal.

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