Sagwa (a kitten), her siblings, and her parents are owned by a Chinese official called "The Foolish Magistrate" (since he tends to make laws and proclamations rather grandiosely and ... See full summary »
Holly G. Frankel,
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Postcards from buster is a spin off cartoon of the very well-known cartoon series Arthur. The show was shown during the time Buster went on a long vacation with his dad. I must say Buster must have been having a good time, but for the viewer I'm for sure wasn't. Postcards from Buster is the most boring cartoon PBS has ever made. The main reason is because the show points to kids of the age of 8 to 12, but the thing is that only adults understand the show. It's just too boring to entertain and educate a kid about the world.
What I'm about to say may sound like an exaggeration, but trust me it's a fact. The first time I watched this show I was forced by my mother, and after I watched it, I told my sister it was the most boring thing I have ever watched. At first she thought I was complaining because I had to watch it, then I told her to watch it with me the next day, and she agreed. Really quick fact, I was only 9 when I saw this and my sister was 15. just wanted to let you know. So the two of us watched the next day, and within the first three minutes, we agreed that this was a horribly boring show. With my sister's help we were able to convince my mother to spare me from watching Postcards from Buster ever again.
Word to the wise, just because there is something on the TV that can entertain and educate a kid doesn't mean it's doing the right job.
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