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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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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 is determined to track down and get rid of an ugly, scary house spider. But will she change her mind once she learns more about her eight-legged house guest?
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When Nina finds a mysterious puzzle made by her grandfather, Abuelito, the Star Amigos make it their mission to solve an old family riddle.
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Nina really wants to win a community dance contest with her Papi, but her need to win gives Papi two left feet.
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The Star Amigos learn that when things get at their worst, don't give up, try again, especially with the help of friends.
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Nina gets to plant her own garden.
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When Santi decides that Lucy the flashlight is his new favorite toy, Nina has a hard time giving up Lucy to her little brother.
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When Nina learns that Papi forgot to buy Mami's soccer game tickets, she sets out to find a pair in time for the big game.
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Nina lacks an older sibling for a school shadowing project.
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The Star Amigos learn that when trying to solve a problem, sometimes it helps to take a step back and look at the big picture.
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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 wants to learn how to swim.
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When Mr. Kapur holds a yard sale to benefit the city's animal shelter, Nina doesn't want to give up some of her old toys for the good cause.
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Nina dresses in a traditional Mexican folk dancing costume.
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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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Nina and her friends learn the importance of following rules.
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Nina learns to ask for help when you need it.
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Abuelita takes Nina to a library to see a railroad exhibit.
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Nina and Abuelita have an important job to do: deliver Mami's famous cakes.
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Nina decides to create her own mini-museum of Flores family history.
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Nina explores her surroundings, makes friends, and learns a lot about growing up in the process.

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