Arthur Read has been 8 years old for too long I think. I watched it when I was 9 and then stopped for a few years. Now I am 16 and I'm browsing through my channels when I come upon Arthur. He was still a little kid with a different voice. Don't the creators of Arthur aim for it to teach kids values and stuff by the end of the episode? I think they should have Arthur go through the changes we all go through in our early teens. Arthur could be the the one boy to start puberty before any of his other friends and feel awkward about it. His friends make fun of him for it just as they did about his glasses when he first got them. By the end, Arthur would feel better about it, and whatever teen watching it would feel better about themself too.
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