All Reviews

csm_book
age 10+
 
Fuzzy but intermittently exciting mystery.
By Matthew Skelton
(2006)
age 10+
 
Eye-opening travel show offers lots to talk about.
Network: Travel Channel
(2006)
csm_movie
age 10+
 
Classic vampire movie is more creepy than violent.
On DVD/Streaming
(2006)
csm_tv
age 10+
 
Puppet teens serve up fast food and crass humor.
Network: Nickelodeon
(2006)
age 10+
 
Family-friendly reality TV built on recycling.
Network: National Geographic Channel
(2006)
age 10+
 
Idol ripoff is silly, but OK for tweens.
Network: MTV
(2006)
csm_music
age 10+
 
Positive messages that are gentle, yet solid.
By John Mayer
(2006)
csm_website
age 10+
 
Readiness and emergency kits for kids.
URL: http://www.ready.gov/kids
(2006)
csm_movie
age 10+
 
Brooks' corniness yields plenty of belly laughs.
On DVD/Streaming
(2006)
csm_movie
age 10+
 
Poignant story about tolerance and friendship.
On DVD/Streaming
(2006)
csm_music
age 10+
 
Some appeal, but no sense of direction.
By Jessica Simpson
(2006)
age 10+
 
Sexy tunes and celebs; OK for mature tweens.
Network: Fox
(2006)
csm_movie
age 10+
 
Cute but uneven. Best for dog lovers.
On DVD/Streaming
(2006)
csm_movie
age 10+
 
Kids' adventure tale filled with danger and a bit of heart.
On DVD/Streaming
(2006)
csm_tv
age 10+
 
Reality show offers fun look at making fantastical desserts.
Network: Food Network
(2006)
csm_music
age 10+
 
True vocal talent from MTV's True Life.
By Joanna
(2006)
csm_tv
age 10+
 
Some blood and tears; OK for older tweens.
Network: National Geographic Channel
(2006)
csm_game
age 10+
 
Series charges on and scores again; tweens and up.
Platforms: Xbox 360, PSP, PlayStation 2, Xbox
(2006)
age 10+
 
Kid-friendly message suffers from stupidity.
Network: Syfy
(2006)
csm_book
age 10+
 
Great idea, weak execution for upper elementary.
By Christine Hurley Deriso
(2006)

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