Why children crave scary stories
Long fantasy best for fans of Terry Pratchett's book.
Dated but surprisingly entertaining '60s network special.
At the end of
The Great Good Thing, Princess Sylvie and her fellow book
characters were written into a new book. Now their book is a
bestseller, and about to be uploaded onto the Internet. Since
they must perform any time a Reader is reading, they are harried
and stressed, so much so that Sylvie asks Lily, the Writer, to
add a character who can help them. Enter Rosetta Stein, a yoga
instructor, who helps them learn to cope with stress.
But being uploaded onto the Net not only brings more stress,
it also brings a computer virus that is eating away at the Story.
So Sylvie, along with Rosetta and the girl with the dark blue
eyes, must venture into the corridors of the Net to find the
source of the virus, and destroy it.
Tubular '80s teen fluff: silly, fun, and shallow.
Dense, dreamlike fantasy isn't for every kid.
Dark, mystic 'toon for serious Marvel comic fans.
LOTR copycat is so bad it's good -- for laughs.
Colorful, culty Dr. Seuss Hollywood original.
Visual treat is too bawdy for young fantasy fans.