All Reviews

csm_book
age 9+
Lengthy but rich fantasy great for book-loving tweens.
By Cornelia Funke
(2004)
age 12+
Unremarkable sitcom may to appeal to tweens.
Network: WB
(2005)
csm_tv
age 15+
Smart action drama with a strong female lead.
Network: ABC, Syndicated
(2005)
age 10+
Fantasy battles abound in this toy-inspired sequel.
On DVD/Streaming
(2005)
csm_tv
age 15+
Dull legal drama will bore teens, scare kids.
Network: CBS
(2005)
age 18+
Intensely violent and scary -- and a poor remake.
On DVD/Streaming
(2005)
csm_movie
age 17+
This intense thriller is best for older teens.
On DVD/Streaming
(2005)
csm_movie
age 16+
Off-putting drama of growing up male in the 1970s.
On DVD/Streaming
(2005)
age 8+
Quirky and offbeat games for kids.
URL: http://www.scholastic.ca/kids/stufftodo/
(2005)
age 13+
Teens: Skip this frustrating and limited sequel.
Platforms: Windows
(2005)
age 10+
Old-fashioned horror fantasy isn't too scary for tweens.
On DVD/Streaming
(2005)
csm_movie
age 9+
Stylized doll show is wrong for tweens it targets.
On DVD/Streaming
(2005)
age 8+
Early Japanese animation teaches positive lessons on virtue.
On DVD/Streaming
(2005)
age 13+
Brooding poetry that's perfect for brooding teens.
By Fiona Apple
(2005)
age 14+
Intense and honest, but best for mature teens+.
By Nickelback
(2005)
age 14+
Perky, intelligent, and punk-infused.
By Franz Ferdinand
(2005)
csm_music
age 2+
An exceptional, light-hearted CD for all ages.
By Various Artists
(2005)
csm_music
age 14+
Emotional ballads with a few four-letter words.
By James Blunt
(2005)
csm_tv
age 16+
Racy parody mocks American family life; mature teens only.
Network: Fox
(2005)
csm_website
age 13+
Educational teen site lacks sophistication.
URL: http://www.smartgirl.org
(2005)

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