All Reviews

age 7+
Colorful, video game-based toon is fun, if fluffy.
Network: Nickelodeon
(2007)
age 6+
All muscle, no depth; OK, but kids can do better.
Network: Disney Channel
(2005)
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age 9+
Card game-turned-TV show for gradeschoolers.
Network: WB
(2003)
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age 7+
Harmless but empty; your kids can do much better.
Network: WB
(2003)
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age 9+
Magnificent movie with scary creatures and a strong heroine.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
csm_book
age 10+
Magic and humor mix with dark details for strange brew.
By Eva Ibbotson
(2003)
csm_book
age 8+
This classic works best as a read-aloud.
By J. M. Barrie
(2003)
age 7+
Action-heavy 'toon lacks substance for kids.
Network: CW
(2008)
csm_movie
age 6+
Breathtaking animation feat -- with some creepy visuals.
On DVD/Streaming
(2000)
csm_website
age 12+
Enchanted by the movies? Your quest ends here.
URL: http://www.lordoftherings.net/
(2004)
csm_book
age 9+
Leisurely, humorous installment in series.
By Diane Duane
(2004)
age 7+
Fabulous adaptation of Roald Dahl's classic book.
On DVD/Streaming
(2001)
csm_movie
age 5+
Superb, entertaining animated musical has some scary stuff.
On DVD/Streaming
(2013)
age 8+
Clairvoyant teen will have kids seeing Raven!
Network: Disney Channel
(2003)
age 8+
So-so anime series has heavy marketing tie-in.
Network: Cartoon Network
(2008)
age 12+
Outstanding, but much violence and scariness.
On DVD/Streaming
(2004)
csm_book
age 9+
Lengthy but rich fantasy great for book-loving tweens.
By Cornelia Funke
(2004)
age 8+
Part fantasy, part mystery, part treasure hunt.
By Jeanne DuPrau
(2004)
csm_movie
age 5+
Lackluster story only for kindergarteners.
On DVD/Streaming
(2004)
csm_movie
age 5+
Fast, fresh, funny and entertaining for all.
On DVD/Streaming
(2004)

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