Parents' Guide to

Me, Eloise

By Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Eloise's mischief, lying get her into trouble (again).

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Kids will enjoy Eloise's adventures and mischief here, and the fun side plot of the accomplished violinist who could use a little fun. But while Eloise's life -- a rich kid raised by a nanny in a hotel while her mother is chronically absent -- makes for an interesting world, her behavior, a combination of brattiness, dishonesty, and entitlement, is fairly incorrigible. Parents may be a little unsure about Eloise's devious behavior as a good role model for kids in Me, Eloise. Side note: Her friend, the Japanese classical musician whose life is all work and no play, may strike some parents as a bothersome stereotype.

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