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“[W]ho wouldn’t love a big, friendly, stoned (and “energetic”) tree sloth and all his singing, dancing buddies?,” asks Blogging Baby, in a review of the new PBS Kids show, It’s a Big, Big World. A critic for the LA Times notes that series creator Mitchell Kriegman followed the Mister Rogers paradigm in casting his lead character Snook as a giant tree sloth who talks and moves slowly. But the Boston Globe‘s reviewer wrote that Snook is too laid back to stand out in the crowded field of beloved kids TV characters.