Pitch Perfect 3 is a fitting end to the a capella franchise which mixed humor and music in a way that captivated fans for years. But the movie also does something impressive – it reinvents the series for their final performance.
Jonathan Roth takes kids on an adventure into space with the alien Beep and human boy Bob in ‘Too Much Space!’ — the first book in a new series for younger readers.
Thor: Ragnarok was something unlike we had ever seen before in the core Marvel Cinematic Universe films and in a lot of ways it shows the franchise’s true potential.
Lady and the Tramp is a great pick for fans of classic Disney films looking to revisit their own childhood or share a great film with their own kids. Definitely check it out. It’s out now on blu-ray combo pack!
Coco is going to be a must-have addition to any family film collection. It’s a colorful, musical adventure that everyone will enjoy and it’s emphasis on the importance of family will resonate with viewers of all ages. (A review copy was provided for the purpose of this review.)
Cucmber, Almond, and their friends are back again in the latest volume of Cucumber Quest! This time around they’re tackling monsters, crabs, and limbo aficionados in the Ripple Kingdom.
Young adult readers looking to ease into hard science fiction will find a great introduction with AdriAnne Strickland and Michael Miller’s Shadow Run.
The Ambrose Deception is a middle grade mystery that’s full of kooky hijinks, clever twists, precocious kids, and ambiguous riddles. It’s also one of the most exciting books I’ve read so far this year.
Dhonielle Clayton’s The Belles is a captivating book that shows just how dark and dangerous a world full of beauty can be.
If you’ve ever thought that traditional books were a little too linear then you’re in luck! Gabe Soria’s Midnight Arcade series is here to give readers a choice in how they experience their stories. (Thanks to Penguin Workshop for the review copy!)