All Reviews

csm_book
age 4+
 
Delightful interplay between letters and drawings.
By Dr. Seuss
(1963)
age 4+
 
Sends youngsters off to sleep with a chuckle.
By Dr. Seuss
(1962)
age 4+
 
Disarming and delightful call-and-response book.
By Dr. Seuss
(1970)
age 6+
 
A volatile stew of festive wordplay.
By Dr. Seuss
(1979)
age 4+
 
Dr. Seuss in is psychedelic mode here.
By Dr. Seuss
(1975)
age 4+
 
A jaunty, upbeat journey through wacky landscapes.
By Dr. Seuss
(1990)
csm_book
age 4+
 
Seuss takes your tongue and ties it into knots.
By Dr. Seuss
(1965)
csm_book
age 4+
 
Mischievous, mind-expanding verbal high jinks.
By Dr. Seuss
(1955)
age 4+
 
Wacky birds roost in every nook and cranny.
By Dr. Seuss
(1953)
age 13+
 
Not as good as the first, but still enjoyable.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
csm_music
age 12+
 
Impressive package boasts poetry and power.
By P.O.D.
(2003)
age 12+
 
Made for carefree summer fun.
By Sheryl Crow
(2003)
csm_book
age 11+
 
Gentle, moving coming-of-age story.
By Kevin Henkes
(2003)
age 7+
 
Recycled gags with none of the original's charm.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
csm_book
age 9+
 
Funny, real, and powerfully moving.
By Ralph Fletcher
(1998)
csm_book
age 9+
 
Enchanting tale will leave readers grinning.
By Andrew Clements
(2001)
csm_tv
age 13+
 
Engaging but controversial show for teens.
Network: WB
(2003)
csm_tv
age 10+
 
This uplifting family drama keeps the faith.
Network: CW, Syndicated
(2003)
csm_movie
age 13+
 
The Hulk lacks personality; not a great movie.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
csm_movie
age 12+
 
Arty Japanese animated drama is too complex for little ones.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)

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