• The Sentinels: Stone of Tymora, Book III, by R.A. & Geno Salvatore – review

    If you love reading rollicking, action-packed fantasy novels about pirates, wizards, cursed magical stones, and dark elves, then you need to feed that hunger for swashbuckling adventure tales by getting the latest collaboration by the father and son team of R.A & Geno Salvatore, The Sentinels: Stone of Tymora, Book III, from...

  • Yogi Bear – movie review

    Yogi Bear is based on a TV show under the same name from the late 50’s. The Warner Brother film adaption stays true to the original series, with Yogi being the leader and BooBoo being his more down to earth sidekick. The story is set in Jellystone Park, and they, of course,...

  • House of the Star by Caitlin Brennan – review

    If you like magical books about horses with wondrous powers who travel between the worlds of Faerie, then House of the Star by Caitlin Brennan is the book for you! The heroine of the novel is Elen, a princess of the kingdom of Ymbria. Her greatest wish is to become a rider...

  • Dougie Goes to School by Douglas Christie, Jr. – review

      Do you remember going to school for the first time? Or, are you maybe going to start school in a year or two? Sometimes starting school can be pretty exciting, but it can also be a little scary, if you’re not sure what to expect. Dougie Goes to School, the second...

  • Dougie Learns to Ride by Douglas Christie, Jr. – review

    Learning to ride a bike can be a VERY BIG deal, and it may seem difficult at first, but don’t let it get you down. Practice makes perfect, as Dougie discovers in Dougie Learns to Ride. It’s a wonderful book that is sure to be a big hit with young kids who are...

  • The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and the Undead by Don Borchert – review

    Snickers may satisfy people, but it takes brains to satisfy zombies, or Zums, as Tom Sawyer and the other characters who populate The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and the Undead by Don Borchert and Mark Twain call them. In this volume, you’ll find practically the entire novel Mark Twain wrote, plus the...

  • Avalon High – movie review

    Avalon High is one of the Disney Channel’s original movies that they are airing during November sweeps. The movie is about a girl who moves to a new town and goes to a new school called Avalon High, which she soon finds out has Arthurian ties to it. Once she’s there, Allie...

  • The Genius Wars by Catherine Jinks – review

    Being a boy genius can have lots of benefits, but also drawbacks. If you don’t believe it, just ask Cadel Greeniaus of Catherine Jinks’ The Genius Wars, the third novel in her trilogy about Cadel. Using one’s knowledge for evil, as Cadel did in Evil Genius, the first book in the series,...

  • Zhu Zhu Pets Featuring the Wild Bunch by Activision – Review

    My boys love Zhu Zhu Pets as demonstrated by all the Zhu Zhu Pets and accessories they have at my parents’ house.  They also love their (my) Nintendo Wii, so we take a look at the game from Activision that gives us some Zhu Zhu pets to control with the Wii. Think casual gamer with...

  • Rokenbok – Review

      I had a toy when I was younger that I loved. It had a dumptruck bulldozer, and it was on a gray track, and it would pick up these little black balls to simulate coal.  It was one of my favorites, and I would always ask my parents to set up the...

  • Fred: The Movie – review

    Fred: The Movie may sound like a cheesy Mr. Bean wannabe movie, but in the end turned out to be unique and highly contagious in laughter. The movie follows the main character, named Fred, and his daily adventures, which are shocking in a good way.  It starred Nick star Jennette McCurdy. This movie...

  • Yakima – Skybox 16 in action – review

    If you remember from our first look at the Yakima Skybox 16, we were going to be road testing this product.  Not just a one and done review, but actually seeing how it holds up during use.  Well, I am happy to say that in the real world this product still gets...

  • Book Girl and the Suicidal Mime (Vol. 1) by Mizuki Nomura

    Do you ever get into reading a book so much that you practically want to devour it? How about this question: Does looking at some books fill you with a perverse hunger for their authors’ delicious figures of speech, ironic sense of humor, edge-of-your-seat suspense, heart-rending romance, or delectable mystery so much...

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