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Teen, 13 years old Written byMaia1596321 November 24, 2012
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7
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Loving sister

My little sister loves this movie. She show it to all her friend. Her favorite person is Draculaura. She is daughter of Dracula.
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Kid, 9 years old June 22, 2013
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6
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Great for kids

I love monster high ghouls rule the dolls are so cute and I love the movie if your kids love monster high they would love this movie
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Teen, 17 years old Written byvivicool995 October 9, 2013
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4
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Having to do What's Right

My niece started watching the Monster High webisodes while I was babysitting her one day, and though I acted annoyed then, I found myself watching the rest online that night. I adore Monster High and its anti-bullying messages! Plus the characters are adorable. In this particular movie, it does a good job of showing kids that just because prejudice has been there for a long time, doesn't mean it's right. Frankie Stein and her friends set out to mend the relationship between Monsters and Normies. My favorite sub-plot is Cleo's difficulty with listening to her family and following her heart. Cleo's father and older sister try to convince her to strike out against the Normies, perpetuating the prejudice, but her boyfriend Deuce knows that's her family influencing her and not what she actually thinks, and tries to help her (He's on Frankie's side throughout the film). Applying this to real life, prejudice of another race, religion, or ethnic group is often passed from parent to child, so it's good for children to see someone have to do the hard thing and go against what their parents say to support what's right. When it comes to their figures and clothes, I don't think it's a big deal. When I played with Barbies as a kid, I never once thought about her figure, and it's the same for these ghouls. I completely plan on giving my niece her first Monster High doll for Christmas (it'll be Draculaura, her favorite character) :)
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Too much consumerism
Teen, 13 years old Written byartemisarrow56 July 12, 2013
AGE
8
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ITS AN AMAZING BOOK TOO

This is a GREAT BOOK! Don't be fooled by its less than inticing front cover, it is a great book for most ages, I'm 13 and I adore this book, I am very into human rights and all that and I think this book is really interesting. It is a great plot line written by a great author (lisi harrison) and I can never stop reading them! I devour them in a matter of hours. I LOVE this book!!
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