Car Seat Features & Specs:
- Harnessed Booster Weight Limit: 22-65 lbs.
- Booster Seat Wegith Limit: 30-100 lbs.
- Extended Use Five-Point Harness
- Easy to Install LATCH Connectors
- One Hand Harness Tightner
- Two-Position Crotch Strap
- Built In Belt Guides
- Two-Position Recline
- Deep Seat
- Wraparound Headrest
- Side Impact Tested
- High Density EPS Foam
- Removeable and Machine Washable Cover
- Three-Position Adjustable Headrest
- Dual Cupholders
- High Impact Thermoplastic Seat Shell
- Patent Pending High Position Top Tether System
About this Character:
Dora the Explorer is an animated television series that aired in the year 2000. The show airs on Nickelodeon and Nick Jr., and was previously available on CBS.
The popular television series centers around the adventures of a young Latina girl, Dora, as she embarks on quests as they relate to things she needs to do or places she needs to go. On her quests, Dora is accompanied by her talking purple backpack and her best friend Boots the monkey. Each of Dora's quests is broken down into three stages, with an emphasis on teaching viewers about sequence and memory retention. The show also encourages viewers to participate in the show, and fosters an appreciation for the Spanish language.
In their quests, Dora and Boots frequently encounter Swiper the fox and the Grumpy Old Troll. Swiper's attempts to steal belongings out of Dora's talking purple backpack must be stopped with viewer participation and repeating of the phrase "Swiper no swiping!". If Swiper manages to swipe objects, viewers must then help Dora locate them. The Grump Old Troll lives under a bridge and stops Dora from passing until she has solved a riddle, again with the assistance of the viewers.
The episodes of Dora the Explorer always end with Dora reaching her goal and encouraging the audience to sing along with her as she celebrates her victory with a "We Did It" song!
Occasionally, Dora's adventures are even more drawn out as she stars in special extra long episodes or movies. These challenges may be more complicated, such as saving a trapped mermaid.
Dora the Explorer is related to Go Diego Go, in which Diego stars as Dora's adventure loving cousin. Sometimes, Dora and Diego team up on Dora the Explorer episodes to complete a special task, such as starring in a soccer tournament. Throughout all of her adventures, Dora teaches children the Spanish language, as well as helping them learn about size differences, sequence, and planning.