All Reviews

csm_game
age 18+
A game filled with unnerving gore and violence.
Platforms: Windows
(2004)
age 7+
The kids are in charge of the holiday concert.
By Andrew Clements
(2004)
age 9+
One of the best of the post-Potter fantasies.
By Suzanne Collins
(2005)
age 3+
Fun and good influences for preschoolers.
Network: PBS
(2005)
age 8+
Spectacular cinematic book has lots of heart.
By Brian Selznick
(2007)
age 3+
Classic series gently promotes social skills, imagination.
Network: PBS
(2005)
csm_movie
age 6+
Glorious production with gorgeous music, dancing.
On DVD/Streaming
(1999)
csm_tv
age 5+
Engaging cartoon teaches cultural diversity.
Network: PBS
(2005)
age 9+
Loads of fun to play.
Platforms: Windows
(2004)
age 4+
Encouraging kids to read, one book at a time.
Network: PBS
(2005)
csm_movie
age 6+
Outstanding family film features glorious music.
On DVD/Streaming
(2002)
age 15+
Vonnegut's time-travel classic best for mature teen readers.
By Kurt Vonnegut
(1969)
age 7+
Kids solve logic puzzles to help Batman and Robin.
Platforms: Windows, Mac
(2004)
age 9+
A preacher's son stands up to a racist town.
By Gary D. Schmidt
(2005)
age 4+
Fun, educational Leapster game features Dora and Diego.
Platforms: Leapster
(2004)
csm_book
age 4+
Rhyming classic is a sure winner with kids.
By Ludwig Bemelmans
(1977)
age 9+
A hilarious look at summer in the country.
By Richard Peck
(1998)
age 6+
Combines two things kids love: a good mystery & Scooby-Doo.
Platforms: Windows
(2004)
age 8+
The best of the original series, but the most intense, too.
On DVD/Streaming
(2006)
age 13+
Engaging game is like playing house in cyberspace.
Platforms: Windows
(2003)

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