All Reviews

csm_tv
age 10+
Some blood and tears; OK for older tweens.
Network: National Geographic Channel
(2006)
csm_website
age 10+
LEARNING
Solid tween advice site talks about everything.
URL: http://pbskids.org/itsmylife/
(2007)
csm_tv
age 10+
This uplifting family drama keeps the faith.
Network: CW, Syndicated
(2003)
csm_movie
age 12+
Die-hard Jackie Chan fans may be disappointed.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
csm_book
age 10+
Plucky orphans struggle in the rugged West in harsh tale.
By Karen Cushman
(2003)
csm_book
age 10+
Magic and humor mix with dark details for strange brew.
By Eva Ibbotson
(2003)
age 12+
Gripping story of Mexican boy who migrates to U.S. alone.
By Theodore Taylor
(2003)
age 10+
A dark, brilliant, and breathtaking surprise.
By Peter Dickinson
(2003)
csm_book
age 10+
A must-read for middle-schoolers to discuss.
By Jerry Spinelli
(2003)
age 10+
Lots of vibrant music amidst a heavy storyline.
By Various Artists
(1992)
csm_movie
age 10+
Charming family movie for tweens and up.
On DVD/Streaming
(2004)
csm_website
age 12+
Enchanted by the movies? Your quest ends here.
URL: http://www.lordoftherings.net/
(2004)
age 12+
Predictable book with a positive point; tweens OK.
By Meg Cabot
(2006)
csm_book
age 10+
A modern version of the shipwrecked story.
By Cornelia Funke
(2003)
csm_book
age 12+
Slow-paced book about tough issues has supernatural spark.
By Janet Taylor Lisle
(2003)
csm_website
age 10+
Safe spot for sports coverage brings it home.
URL: http://www.NBCSports.com
(2007)
csm_book
age 12+
Historical verse novel falls flat despite engaging subject.
By Karen Hesse
(2003)
csm_book
age 10+
Wicked is the key word here, in all its senses.
By Eoin Colfer
(2003)
csm_website
age 10+
We're not exactly lovin' it.
URL: http://www.mcdonalds.com
(2004)
csm_book
age 10+
Spunky tween learns to accept her new, complicated family.
By Rachel Cohn
(2003)

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