All Reviews

age 13+
 
News made funny; for teens and adults only.
Network: Comedy Central
(2005)
csm_tv
age 14+
 
Yadda, yadda, yadda -- a classic for teens and up.
Network: NBC, Syndicated
(2005)
csm_book
age 9+
 
Eccentric and enchanting kid art caper.
By Frank Cottrell Boyce
(2006)
csm_tv
age 2+
 
Come and play on everyone's favorite street.
Network: PBS
(2004)
age 4+
 
A man's daring stunt atop the World Trade Center towers.
By Mordecai Gerstein
(2004)
age 3+
 
Retelling of African tale will engage kids.
By Ashley Bryan
(2004)
csm_book
age 9+
 
Boy's writings are lyrical, yet seamless and real.
By Jacqueline Woodson
(2004)
age 3+
 
Kids will connect with Kitten and her dilemma.
By Kevin Henkes
(2004)
csm_game
age 4+
 
Leapster is a revolutionary children's product.
Platforms: Leapster
(2003)
age 7+
 
The kids are in charge of the holiday concert.
By Andrew Clements
(2004)
age 8+
 
Spectacular cinematic book has lots of heart.
By Brian Selznick
(2007)
csm_book
age 14+
 
Complex, intense story is OK for mature teens.
By Meg Rosoff
(2007)
csm_book
age 4+
 
Harlem is home in this jazzy award-winner.
By Bryan Collier
(2000)
age 11+
 
A riveting utopian novel that's expertly crafted.
By Lois Lowry
(1993)
age 5+
 
Award-winning picture-book treatment of Tubman.
By Carole Boston Weatherford
(2006)
age 14+
 
A kind of "Dangerous Liaisons" for teenagers.
By Robert Cormier
(1974)
age 10+
 
Funny, breathtakingly poignant '60s coming-of-age tale.
By Gary D. Schmidt
(2007)
age 4+
 
Engaging stories spotlight charming, relatable characters.
By Arnold Lobel
(1970)
csm_book
age 4+
 
A tale of hope to treasure.
By Sarah Stewart
(1997)
csm_music
age 9+
 
Raven-Symone grows up.
By Raven-Symone
(2004)

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