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There's always a chance to experience new things when you're a child, especially one with a vivid imagination. Such is the case with 6-year-old Nina and her best friend, Star. The pals have fun adventures around Nina's vibrant, colorful neighborhood. Every day features a new excursion for the youngsters, usually celebrating family, community, diversity or wonder. The show features the voice talent of actress Rita Moreno, one of a small group of performers to have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony.

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Nina volunteers to get a henna tattoo.
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Disappointed she isn't going on a big adventure like Tio Javier, Nina imagines her own adventure around the block with Abuelita.
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Nina explores her surroundings, makes friends, and learns a lot about growing up in the process.
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Nina takes care of her sick grandmother; Nina and Carlos become superheroes!
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Mami makes Nina a special dress for school picture day.
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Nina gets to plant her own garden.
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Nina and Abuelita have an important job to do: deliver Mami's famous cakes.
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Nina wants to make her sixth birthday the best ever, but everything doesn't go according to plan.
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Mr. Lin takes Nina, Carlos and Chelsea to a playground for a treasure hunt.
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Abuelita takes Nina to a library to see a railroad exhibit.
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Nina wants to learn how to swim.
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Nina decides to create her own mini-museum of Flores family history.
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Nina dresses in a traditional Mexican folk dancing costume.
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Nina visits with Vikram, a talking mynah bird.
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Nina explores her surroundings, makes friends, and learns a lot about growing up in the process.
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Nina explores her surroundings, makes friends, and learns a lot about growing up in the process.
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Nina can't decide what to paint for the school art show.

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