All Reviews

csm_movie
age 9+
 
Poorly made sexist sports movie has lots of name calling.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
csm_book
age 6+
 
Reminds that brainpower's better than brute power.
By Ezra Jack Keats
(1998)
csm_book
age 12+
 
Story of ostracized kid a timeless fave of teens, preteens.
By S. E. Hinton
(1967)
age 18+
 
Moving story of justice but too intense for kids.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
csm_book
age 4+
 
Wordless story will delight children & dog lovers.
By Alexandra Day
(1998)
csm_book
age 4+
 
Rich, fascinating, and heartwarming story.
By Patricia Polacco
(1988)
csm_book
age 11+
 
Positive portrayal of Stonewall Jackson.
By Jean Fritz
(2000)
age 11+
 
Honest portrayal will appeal to kids.
By Anne Fine
(1996)
age 12+
 
Depicts high school with devastating accuracy.
By Avi
(1991)
age 9+
 
Suspenseful narrative about two aboard Titanic.
By Shelley Tanaka
(1996)
csm_book
age 4+
 
Feeble storyline lacks substance.
By Anita Jeram
(1999)
age 13+
 
Fascinating, graphic look at Salem witch trials.
By Kathryn Lasky
(1994)
age 12+
 
Intense Holocaust story makes history real.
By Jane Yolen
(1988)
csm_book
age 14+
 
A hard-boiled depiction of life in the ghetto.
By Walter Dean Myers
(1981)
age 11+
 
Powerful story of 1930s Dust Bowl families.
By Jerry Stanley
(1992)
age 2+
 
Alligators take readers through the ABCs.
By Maurice Sendak
(1969)
age 4+
 
The ever-ingratiating Lyle charms again.
By Bernard Waber
(1987)
csm_book
age 4+
 
Classic, sensitive parable about selflessness.
By Shel Silverstein
(1964)
age 4+
 
A childhood favorite for good reason.
By Dr. Seuss
(1960)
csm_book
age 3+
 
George's antics will have kids laughing.
By H. A. Rey
(1973)

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