• The Island of the Blue Dolphins 50th Anniversary Edition – by Scott O’Dell – review

    It is fitting that the classic Newbery Award-winning 50th Anniversary edition of The Island of the Blue Dolphin by Scott O’Dell (1898-1989) has a forward written for it by Lois Lowry, who won the same award two times, in 1990 for The Giver and in 1994 for her brilliant novel, Number the Stars....

  • HEXBUG Raceway Habitat Set and more – Highlight

    So we have already seen the Bridge Battle Habitat Set, now it is time to talk about the HEXBUG Nano Raceway Habitat Set.  You might have the baddest HEXBUG on Battle Bridge, but now it comes down to speed, how fast is that champion HEXBUG?  Now you can find out as you...

  • Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards – 2011 – Our Picks include Miley Cyrus, Wizards of Waverly Place, Taylor Swift among others

    Even though voting does not begin until March 1, here at BSCkids we decided to give you our picks.  Well really it is just me, so don’t take my picks out on anyone else.  These are my personal preference, and I will note when I haven’t seen something and I am just...

  • 13 Reasons Why for Selena Gomez

    The Jay Asher novel 13 Reasons Why is being adapted for the screen by Universal Pictures and Strike Entertainment, and there was apparently no doubt in their minds as to who should star in the movie. OceanUp brings word that the movie, which is being produced by Eric Newman, Marx Abraham and...

  • Zita the Spacegirl by Ben Hatke – Review

    I just finished Zita the Spacegirl a few days ago and really enjoyed it.  Zita and her friend Joseph find a weird device in a crater in a field that transports them to an alien planet that is doomed.  Well on the planet Joseph get taken by some aliens and it is up...

  • From Russia With Lunch by Bruce Hale – review

    Have no fear, Chet Gecko is here! That’s right, the fourth-grade student/detective Chet Gecko is back in the 14th mystery of Bruce Hale’s popular Chet Gecko Mystery series, From Russia With Lunch. The school’s been turned upside-down, with the kids who would normally be considered teachers’ pets getting into trouble and being...

  • BSCKids Redesign and Outtage

    Please stay tuned as we put our new site design in place today.  It will be an ugly mess for a while, but this new design will make it much easier for us to highlight our content as well as incorporate different blogs into the site.  It should take use a few...

  • Fate of Snape Changed in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two

    Okay, maybe I’m being a bit too cautious in assuming that not everybody has read the Harry Potter books or knows how the story ends, but I want to take a moment to let readers know that there are some spoilers ahead. If you happen to be one of those who don’t...

  • Joshua Erenberg from The Green Hornet – Interview

    We had a great opportunity recently to speak with Joshua Erenberg, who plays the younger version of Seth Rogen’s character, “Britt Reid,” in THE GREEN HORNET film.  Josh took time from his busy schedule to answer a few questions for us, and it is always exciting to hear from one of the young actors...

  • Project Seahorse by Pamela S. Turner – review

    Seahorses, majestic, elegant, strange, exotic, delicate, are endangered animals. I would never have thought when I was a boy that they would one day be endangered animals. I just thought they were pretty cool, and I had a dried, preserved specimen of one as a part of my seashell collections, though they...

  • Sippy Sure – Review

    For everyone who has kids, how many of you have been through the following:  You need to give your child some liquid medicine, and they are not so happy about the prospect, no matter how good you tell them it tastes?  So, as we know, many things can happen after that.  You may...

  • Kakapo Rescue: Saving the World’s Strangest Parrot by Sy Montgomery – review

    Do you like reading about way-cool animals? Then you’ll enjoy reading about the strangest parrot in the world, the endangered kakapo, and the efforts of scientists and conservationists to save them from becoming extinct. It’s a fascinating look at the world’s only flightless parrot, with brilliant color close-up photographs of the birds...

  • Life & Style Weekly Has Proof Of Selena & Justin’s Romance?

    Life & Style Weekly claims to have real photos of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez‘s love. Or at least that is what they proclaimed on their cover. However, some of the photos are supposedly be called false by others. The same magazine has also given other rumors about their “relationship” as well....

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