All Reviews

csm_tv
age 8+
Funny-but-formulaic family comedy.
Network: Disney Channel
(2003)
age 8+
Tween sitcom gets laughs out of growing pains.
Network: Disney Channel
(2003)
csm_tv
age 9+
Card game-turned-TV show for gradeschoolers.
Network: WB
(2003)
csm_movie
age 9+
Girls and a mermaid learn about love. Charming.
On DVD/Streaming
(2006)
csm_movie
age 8+
Dog adventure has peril, scares, heavy themes.
On DVD/Streaming
(2007)
csm_movie
age 9+
Magnificent movie with scary creatures and a strong heroine.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
csm_tv
age 8+
Cars get shined up, but this show's still dull.
Network: TLC
(2007)
age 8+
Find free educational experiments for all ages.
URL: http://www.reekoscience.com
(2006)
csm_book
age 8+
This classic works best as a read-aloud.
By J. M. Barrie
(2003)
csm_website
age 8+
Lame games drive the way to Monster Car marketing.
URL: http://www.hotwheels.com
(2004)
csm_tv
age 8+
Girl power is possible! Elementary kids OK.
Network: ABC, Disney Channel
(2003)
csm_website
Ty
age 8+
Unimaginative site with little fun for fans.
URL: http://www.ty.com/
(2004)
csm_book
age 9+
A period slice-of-life book.
By Lois Lowry
(2003)
csm_book
age 9+
Lyrical tale of girl who must avoid sunlight.
By Angela Johnson
(2003)
csm_website
age 8+
A groovy little music simulation site.
URL: http://www.turntables.de/start.htm
(2004)
csm_tv
age 9+
The Bratz dolls have their own TV show. Beware.
Network: Fox
(2005)
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 9+
Subpar Power Rangers rip-off has muddled messages.
Network: WB
(2005)
age 9+
Witty story, exciting adventure keeps kids reading.
By Lemony Snicket
(2003)

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