TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 4+

Curiosity inspires young creature's funny discoveries.

Parents say

age 3+

Based on 23 reviews

Kids say

age 7+

Based on 8 reviews

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Community Reviews

age 3+

Love Booba

My almost 4 year old little boy thinks Booba is cute and hilarious, and I agree. He is naughty and inquisitive and often has consequences for his actions so we can talk about making good choices. I love that he doesn’t talk so we can narrate it. Sounds like the negative parents are just sitting their kids down and not using it as an opportunity for discussion
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age 6+
It is the worst kids show I have ever seen. It has no education value and it discourages verbal communication. It also promotes being unsafe. I would ban this in my house if I could block it from Netflix.

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