• Crayola MP3 player – review

    There are a lot of misconceptions on what the Crayola mp3 player by Sakar is, so I want to to not only set the record straight, but also inform parents of why this product has a place in your home. First, expecting that the Crayola mp3 player could replace one of the top adult mp3...

  • Air Hogs Vectron Wave Battle – Review

    The Vectron Wave Battle was something I could only dream of as a child, and sometimes when that dream is finally put into reality it may not live up to expectations.  For that reason, I gave the Air Hogs Vectron Wave Battle was to the boys and my father first, as a...

  • Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows Part 2 movie review

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is the closing chapter of the saga that millions loved. The movie is the dramatic finale as Harry is preparing for his final fight with Voldemort. Harry must return to Hogwarts for the last horcruxes–he must find and destroy them in time to make Voldemort...

  • Those Amazing Dogs: Trail of the Viking by Jeffrey E. Poehlmann – review

    Action, adventure, and three amazing intelligent dogs! See with your very own eyes and the inner eye of your mind (by reading) Max, Molly, and Oddie explore exotic locales, have exciting adventures, find historical artifacts and treasure, and sometimes risk their own lives to save their owners, the archeologists Felix and Erica...

  • Mameshiba On the Loose! by James Turner, Jorge Monlongo, and Gemma Correll

    Mameshiba are finally here!  After catching glimpses of these cute and colorful bean dogs from Japan on the Internet for months, American readers can see these adorable and funny characters in action in this month’s English release, Mameshiba on the Loose! There’s nothing these tiny and imaginative adventurers won’t do, from exploring space to...

  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (for the Nintendo 3DS) – review

    “Because of the awesome 3D graphics, Alex!”–that’d be the answer I’d have to give to host Alex Trebek if I were on Jeopardy and was asked, “Why would anyone want to play the new, updated The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for Nintendo’s 3DS system?” Of course, there are other reasons, too,...

  • Killer Pizza: The Slice by Greg Taylor – review

    What’s the favorite food of most red-blooded American teens? Pizza, of course, with assorted toppings of your choice! And, what could be better than awesome pizza? How about awesome pizza combined with hunting monsters? Killer Pizza: The Slice combines the two coolest things in the world, killer pizza and hunting monsters, in...

  • Among Others by Jo Walton – review

    Growing up surrounded by books is like growing up surrounded by friends. At least, while you’re enjoying the experience of reading them, and then when you fondly look back upon them, they can seem like good friends. Fifteen-year-old Morwenna (Mori) Phelps is a bookworm extraordinaire. This novel is told in the form...

  • Kinect Wipeout In The Zone – Review

    When Microsoft was designing the Kinect, they must have had games like Wipeout In The Zone in mind, as it is a perfect game for controller-free gaming. As as family we are a huge fans of the show on ABC, and my kids consistantly ask me when there is going to be...

  • The Iron Thorn by Caitlin Kittredge – review

    Madness runs deep in fifteen-year-old Aoife Grayson’s family, and she fears she’s doomed to follow in her mother Nerissa’s footsteps and end up a resident in one of Lovecraft’s seventeen madhouses. She lives in a Steampunk alternate universe world in the city of Lovecraft, Massachusetts, sometime in the 1950s. Aoife’s brother, Conrad, who...

  • Trouble and Her Friends by Melissa Scott – review

    Cyberpunk has a name, and its name is Melissa Scott. She almost single-handedly redefined the genre with her famous science fiction novel, Trouble and Her Friends, now in a trade paperback edition by Tor after its original publication in 1994. Trouble and all computer hackers in her world face the problem of...

  • Speck Toughskin Case for iPhone 4 – The Kids have the iPhone!

    Let me just jump right into this and tell you what I was looking for:  I needed a way to keep the kids occupied at times while the only device I had on me was my iPhone 4.  Now, I know there are a few other devices that allow your child to...

  • Astronaut Academy: Zero Gravity by Dave Roman – review

    Are you too cool for school, or too school for cool? Meet the kids and teachers of Astronaut Academy in Dave Roman’s cool new graphic novel Astronaut Academy: Zero Gravity. It’s a collection of strips from Roman’s webcomic Astronaut Elementary. Their stories are told with dialogue that comes straight out of Japanese...

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