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Pumpkin Reports

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Kid-style alien invasion is entertaining, insightful, funny.

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In a world where grownups don't listen, this lighthearted series suggests that kids would do just fine taking matters into their own hands. At least, that's what happens here in Cucurtown when Max, fed up with adults not listening to him, joins up with three other kids to head off the aliens at every turn. For every plot of Teresa's, Max and company devise a solution that keeps them one step ahead and on track to save the world every other day.

The aliens' creative schemes are fun to watch evolve, but what's even more entertaining are the ways Teresa uses human behavior to plot the world's downfall. Whether it's honing in on the nuances of love or manipulating people's reliance on white lies to maintain happy relationships, this forward thinker always has an idea in the tank to turn humans' most basic habits against them. Pumpkin Reports is a comical insight into the human psyche along with being genuinely fun to watch the intellectual tug of war between Teresa and archrival, Max.

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