All Reviews

csm_book
age 2+
 
Young listeners may drift off to lullaby.
By Mem Fox
(1993)
age 4+
 
Hasidic legend keeps kids on edge of their seats.
By Eric A. Kimmel
(2000)
age 4+
 
An old-fashioned but well-told story.
By Jean de Brunhoff
(2000)
csm_book
age 4+
 
Best for children dealing with moves.
By Bernard Waber
(1988)
age 4+
 
Stuffed bunny writes home about world adventures.
By Annette Langen
(1994)
age 15+
 
Second Matrix movie is violent but still exciting.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
age 5+
 
Simple story isn't quite right for target audience.
By Mem Fox
(2000)
age 13+
 
A preposterous but entertaining yarn.
By Caroline B. Cooney
(1996)
csm_tv
age 15+
 
Reality "fairy tale" with questionable values.
Network: ABC, VH1
(2003)
age 14+
 
God talks to a surly teen.
Network: CBS
(2003)
csm_game
age 13+
 
A beautiful, engrossing action game.
Platforms: PlayStation 2
(2003)
csm_tv
age 7+
 
Engaging cartoon celebrates playground time.
Network: ABC
(2003)
age 6+
 
Moving story offers opportunities for discussion.
By Douglas Wood
(1999)
age 9+
 
For those ready to learn the truth about Santa.
By Harold Myra
(1997)
age 8+
 
Use your favorite NBA players or create your own.
Platforms: PlayStation 2, Xbox
(2003)
csm_game
age 13+
 
Conquer the world with economic force and might.
Platforms: Windows
(2003)
csm_game
age 4+
 
Clifford makes learning phonics fun.
Platforms: Windows, Mac
(2003)
age 2+
 
An eclectic mix of frolicking animals.
By Sandra Boynton
(1982)
age 4+
 
Humorous explanation of ladybug's life cycle.
By Judy Allen
(2000)
csm_book
age 4+
 
Kids learn science by pretending they're snails.
By Judy Allen
(2000)

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