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What parents, not just children, can learn from watching ‘Bluey’

For decades, Pixar has made a name for itself by creating animated movies that can appeal, move and touch both children and parents. But nowadays there’s a new king in the world of animated content with crossover generational appeal: “Bluey.”

If you’re a parent, you’re probably pretty familiar with Bluey Heeler, the 6-year-old Blue Heeler puppy. Created by Joe Brumm and produced in Australia by Ludo Studio, “Bluey” follows the adventures of energetic, curious Bluey; her younger sister, Bingo; father, Bandit; and mother, Chilli. It’s also a massive hit.

Professor Ben Yelle weighed in on Bluey’s popularity. Check it out here.

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