• The Highest Frontier by Joan Slonczewski – review

    If you’re looking for a fantastic science fiction novel that will appeal to both teens and young adults (and up) The Highest Frontier by Joan Slonczewski is a novel written just for you! It’s Slonczewski’s first novel in 10 years, the last one being The Children Star. It’s also the first time...

  • Dengeki Daisy by Kyousuke Motomi

    Orphaned scholarship student Teru is bullied by the rich kid student council members at her school and while she has friends, she feels alone in the world.  When her older brother lay dying, he gave her a cell phone and told her that if she ever needed help, ‘Daisy’ could be contacted through...

  • Kraft MilkBite Milk & Granola Bars – Taste

    We know snack bars in this house, I take a different one to work each day, my...

  • Graffiti6 “Colours” Debut Album Review

    I recently got the chance to review the new debut album from Graffiti6. I first heard their...

  • Snow in Summer by Jane Yolen

    Jane Yolen is famous for her fairy tale retellings, so you can be sure that any book you find with her name on it will be great.  Snow in Summer is no exception.  Snow in Summer, or Summer, as she is called, is a beautiful and happy child with loving parents and...

  • Bella Thorne & Zendaya Coleman’s Frenemies – Review

    Frenemies was the latest Disney movie to come out on the Disney Channel. It features Avalon and Halley...

  • Alias Dragonfly by Jane Singer – Review

    Maddie is just a kid, or so her father thinks.  What can a motherless fifteen year old girl during the American Civil War do when her father becomes a soldier and leaves her with her aunt in Washington City, where North and South meet and neighbors are enemies?  Maddie finds plenty to...

  • Fangbone! Third-Grade Barbarian by Michael Rex – Review

    Hey wait, where is this package from? Hmm it is from someone’s home address, but it sure...

  • Reborn by Akira Amano – Review

    Tsuna skips school at his junior high so much that his grades are awful, so his mother hires a tutor to help bring his grades up.  Reborn isn’t just any tutor; this strange tiny boy is actually an assassin who wants to make Tsuna into a mafia boss, and he is going to live with...

  • Kaboom! Studios Brings – Peanuts to a new generation.

    I cannot count the number of hours on those rainy days of my youth that I spent reading and rereading my collections of Peanuts comics. Those old black and white comics kept my imagination busy for hours, when the weather outside would not let me play. To hear that kaboom! would be producing...

  • PowerSkin Gaming Case for iPhone + iPod touch – Review

    First let us talk about what the PowerSkin Gaming Case is not. It is not a case...

  • Mario Kart 7 for the Nintendo 3DS – review

    Drive, dive, and glide to victory with Mario Kart 7 for the Nintendo 3DS, perhaps the best (handheld) Mario Kart game ever! I’m hedging when I say “handheld,” but when you play with friends or people from around the world, I still prefer to play any Mario Kart game using your TV...

  • The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler – review

    What if you could see into your future and didn’t like what you saw?  Would you try to change it – and would you even know how? Josh and Emma, high school pals in the year 1996, have been having difficulty with their longstanding friendship since Josh tried to kiss Emma months...

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