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'Far too often television for younger children gets a pass mark merely for being a distraction, the ultimate screensaver for flustered carers. Bluey, the ABC’s hit animated series that’s lit up the imagination and lowered the inhibitions of preschoolers since debuting a year ago, is far superior. The everyday anthropomorphic adventures of six-year-old blue heeler Bluey, accompanied by her four-year-old sister, red heeler Bingo, are delightful, inventive and blessed with a love of creative play. The episodes are just seven minutes long, but their influence runs deep.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon The Monthly no. 160 October 2019 17697161 2019 periodical issue 2019 pg. 57
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  • Bluey Joe Brumm Tim Bain John McGeachin 2018 series - publisher film/TV
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