All Reviews

age 12+
Brilliant story; more fast-paced, violent than first book.
By Philip Pullman
(1997)
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age 12+
Strong depiction of obsessive-compulsive disorder.
By Janet Tashjian
(1999)
age 12+
Medical simulation game is bloody but educational.
Platforms: Nintendo Wii
(2006)
age 12+
Appealing plot, powerful writing offset slow pace.
By John Christopher
(1967)
age 12+
Nasty cat-and-dog duo isn't for little kids.
Network: Nicktoons
(2005)
age 12+
Depicts high school with devastating accuracy.
By Avi
(1991)
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age 12+
Sweet, well-produced CD could use a shot of fun.
By Michelle Branch
(2003)
age 12+
Tween book is S for superficial, C for catty.
By Lisi Harrison
(2006)
age 12+
Real health dramas make good medicine.
Network: Discovery Channel
(2006)
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age 12+
Humor meets heart, from A – Z.
By Jason Mraz
(2005)
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age 12+
Nothing groundbreaking, but teens will like it.
By All-American Rejects
(2005)
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age 12+
Conspiracy theories get put to the test; tweens+.
Network: Discovery Channel
(2007)
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age 12+
Perky, innocuous pop.
By Natasha Bedingfield
(2005)
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age 12+
High-tech remake is dumb and overblown.
On DVD/Streaming
(1999)
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age 12+
Schizophrenic plot mars book about first love.
By Dandi Daley Mackall
(2007)
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age 12+
Girl-powered sci-fi with fairies; fun but average.
By Jennifer Lynn Barnes
(2007)
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age 12+
Innovative puzzler with first-person action.
Platforms: Windows
(2008)
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age 12+
Risky work makes for adventurous family viewing.
Network: Discovery Channel
(2007)
age 12+
Easy listening for the next generation.
By Aqualung
(2005)
age 12+
Pleasant, accessible rock & roll.
By Fall Out Boy
(2005)

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