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Children's stories don't just tell and illustrate stories about princesses, fairies, castles or dragons. The cartoon series "Stories for conversation" is a good example of this.
There are 30 chapters of three minutes each, aimed at girls and boys from 6 to 11 years of age, their families and educators. In a playful and flexible way, it helps to prevent the consumption of tobacco and alcohol, and the rational use of medicines.Each chapter deals with a different story in which the adventures of a group of friends who live different daily situations are narrated . They are stories, situations and topics of debate about health, values and attitudes related to quality of life.
Marta, Yolanda, Héctor, Sergio and Javier, the five characters in the series, teach, through their family, school and friends, to live with health, safety and responsibility, to grow in a balanced way, to acquire a positive image of oneself, and to favor children's relationships with their environment. Each one has a different way of being. Marta is forgetful and sweet; Yolanda is blind although she sees more than the others; Sergio laughs easily, is calm and eats all the time; Javier, Yolanda's brother, is a sportsman and always carries a ball. And Héctor is known for pretending to have everything under control. He is a good didactic resource for children to learn to make decisions, manage tensions, relate, have respect for oneself, and deal with conflicts and problems such as drugs and the alcohol. According to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, all children have the right for the media to offer them quality information that contributes to their development, health and well-being, as well as their education. The local television of the Canary Islands will begin to broadcast the cartoon series starting next week, Monday through Friday at 3:00 p.m. and 6:55 p.m.
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