All Reviews

csm_game
age 4+
 
Leapster is a revolutionary children's product.
Platforms: Leapster
(2003)
csm_music
age 11+
 
Good messages, pretty melodies, but kind of banal.
By Nelly Furtado
(2003)
csm_music
age 14+
 
Seductive songs stay fairly clean -- and cheesy.
By Enrique Iglesias
(2003)
csm_music
age 16+
 
Get ready for some serious sex talk here.
By Missy Elliott
(2003)
csm_music
age 12+
 
Who needs surprises with talent like McLachlan's?
By Sarah McLachlan
(2003)
age 12+
 
The overall effect is clean, simple fun.
By No Doubt
(2003)
csm_movie
age 14+
 
Happily deranged comedy has typical Carrey humor.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
age 6+
 
Tedious game will bore even Bugs Bunny fans.
Platforms: PlayStation 2
(2003)
age 4+
 
Microphone involves kids in fun and creative ways.
Platforms: LeapPad Learning System
(2003)
age 5+
 
Excellent game to teach French and Spanish.
Platforms: Windows, Mac
(2003)
age 8+
 
Repetitive puzzles grow stale.
Platforms: PlayStation 2, Game Boy Advance
(2003)
age 2+
 
Stimulates and engages the very youngest children.
Platforms: Little Touch LeapPad
(2003)
age 8+
 
Clairvoyant teen will have kids seeing Raven!
Network: Disney Channel
(2003)
age 4+
 
Thanksgiving isn't about having the "perfect" day.
By Eileen Spinelli
(2003)
csm_book
age 4+
 
Student gets inspired to unleash her creativity.
By Peter H. Reynolds
(2003)
csm_book
age 4+
 
For the child who loves music, this is a must.
By Kathleen Krull
(2003)
csm_movie
age 5+
 
This one deserves a "bah humbug."
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
age 8+
 
Fun, if standard, animated adventure with battles, innuendo.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
age 13+
 
Better than the first, but not by much.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)
csm_movie
age 7+
 
As pretty and light as a feather on the wind.
On DVD/Streaming
(2003)

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