Dora The Explorer has grown to become a firm favourite with young children. The doll is based on the animated cartoon series of the same name which is featured on Nickelodeon in the United States and loved by children, especially pre-school children throughout the US.
Dora is a young Latina girl who has a talking monkey, called Boots, as her friend. Together, Dora and Boots embark on a few adventures on which they more often than not bump into Swiper, a villainous fox.
The theme throughout many of the Dora The Explorer episodes is of music, math, physical coordination, being able to make decisions and follow directions. Dora The Explorer is bilingual and speaks both Spanish and English.
By engaging pre-schoolers in her adventures Dora The Explorer takes your children along with her and her friends as they journey through exciting places such as Crocodile Lake and Spooky Forest. Whilst on these quests, Dora The Explorer is tested and faces exciting challenges and problems which she must overcome – with your child’s help. Dora cannot continue without your child’s interaction. “Play, Laugh and Learn” is the premise on which this series is built – and this is exactly what your child will do with Dora The Explorer, her sidekick Boots and Swiper, the arch villain fox.