Your Answers: What book or television show do you relate to?
We tell you about a new animated series that makes Filipino kids "feel seen," and now we want to know: What book or television show do you relate to and why?
The television show I relate to is "Spongebob Squarepants" because me and my friends always have energy and love to hangout. We also always fool around and have fun. Just like in the show, Spongebob and Patrick both have energy and hang out all the time. We always goof around and have fun!
— Layla, Kinsner Elementary School
I relate to my family tree book. I like reading about my ancestors from Germany, Whales, Swizterland, Scotland, and Russia. I think family history is important. That's why I relate to my family book.
— Logan, Chagrin Falls Intermediate School
I relate to Rapunzel from "Tangled" (there is a tv show and book). She does a lot of hobbies that I enjoy. She reads, cooks, and paints. I love doing all of those. Most of all she wishes for something and goes for it no matter the circumstances. She wanted to see the floating lights but her " mother " forbid it. She still went and saw them no matter what. When I want to try something, I try it no matter what. One time, my family visited a body of water that had a waterfall. My sister tried to jump of it and belly flopped. She told me not to do it but I did it anyway and it was so much fun.
— Breilynn, Fayetteville Perry Middle School
One TV show I can relate to is Dora from "Dora the Explorer." Not just because she Mexican like me but because she is like me smart, brave, loves to explore, and help out a lot, and also she looks like me.
— Melani, Claggett Middle School
The TV show I relate to is called, "Floor is Lava." When my brother and I first saw the show we got inspired by it. Every once in a while we play our version of "Floor is Lava." To kick it off, we start by putting items on the floor, for example we put pillows, dog beds, coats, bath towels, and lots more! Then we start on our places, and try to get from the family room to the kitchen to the dinner table. We decided to start doing this to face obstacles that challenge us. I have personally learned life brings challenges. Like the TV show, when you face these challenges with a partner, such as my brother, you have a better chance at conquering those obstacles.
— Brynn, Heritage Elementary
The book character I relate to is Hermione Granger from "Harry Potter" because she love to study just like me! She also yells at people when they are not doing the right thing! I love feeling like Hermoine!
— Elin, Old Trail School