All Reviews

csm_tv
age 4+
Learning abounds in delightful science-based series.
Network: PBS
(2016)
age 7+
Too-brief animated shorts visit heroines' teen years.
Network: Online
(2016)
csm_game
age 11+
LEARNING
Brilliant puzzle game is challenging but deeply rewarding.
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Windows
(2016)
age 6+
Inspiring, educational story of 1800s civil rights heroes.
By Susan E. Goodman
(2016)
age 7+
Kid-friendly bio a strong, accessible intro to King's life.
By Brad Meltzer
(2016)
age 8+
A detailed, accessible biography of a civil rights icon.
By Kathleen Krull
(2016)
age 6+
Kid embraces fears, fresh adventures in delightful series.
Network: Hulu
(2016)
age 15+
Booze-fueled Kardashian "dinner talk" is krude, krass.
Network: fyi
(2016)
age 3+
Sweet what-to-be-when-you-grow-up book taps parental hopes.
By Emily Winfield Martin
(2016)
csm_book
age 9+
Sad, soulful story of grieving girl interned during WWII.
By Lois Sepahban
(2016)
age 7+
LEARNING
G-R-O-S-S spelling fun shocks and introduces a few verbs.
Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android, Fire phone, Kindle Fire
(2016)
age 3+
Cat drops anti-dog bias in funny friendship tale.
By Deborah Underwood
(2015)
csm_tv
age 10+
A capella reality has positive messages, fun performances.
Network: Lifetime
(2016)
csm_tv
age 14+
Soapy Civil War hospital drama has lots of blood, history.
Network: PBS, Online
(2016)
csm_tv
age 12+
Edgy rap boot camp reality gives solid advice.
Network: Lifetime
(2016)
csm_movie
age 13+
Disappointing adaptation has violence, some romance.
In Theaters Now
(2016)
csm_movie
age 17+
Vulgar but occasionally funny comedy gets pretty offensive.
In Theaters Now
(2016)
csm_movie
age 9+
Chinese fantasy mega-hit has lots of martial-arts action.
In Theaters Now
(2016)
csm_book
age 12+
A light, enjoyable read for romantic-fantasy fans.
By Kiera Cass
(2016)
csm_movie
age 16+
Little actually happens in talky, violent thriller.
In Theaters Now
(2016)

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