One night Peter Pan flies through the window of the Darling
nursery in search of his shadow. There he meets Wendy, Michael,
and John, teaches them to fly, and leads them to the home of the
Lost Boys in Neverland.
Today's music for kids does not have to be torture on a parent's ears. Below are some of our favorite well-known and not-so-well-known musicians that you'll gladly pop in ... and may even find yourself listening to when the kids aren't around.
Excellent, but the PG-13 is accurate.
Ultra-cute kid flick will set your toes tapping.
Your kids will be reading music and tickling the ivories in no time with this great game.
Sequels pepper the run up to the 2007 summer movie season.
Enter a parallel world, dark and cold, with daemons,
boat-dwelling gypsies, armored bears, and a street child with a
strange destiny. As this feisty little heroine battles the
Gobblers, who separate children from their souls, and follows a
mystical device to a universe-altering confrontation in the
Arctic, your teens will be gripping this book with white knuckles
long past lights-out.
One of Voldemort's henchmen has escaped from prison and is out to kill Harry. The soul-sucking Dementors, guards from the prison, are dispatched to protect him, but Harry finds that whenever one comes near he can hear his mother dying. This third entry in the series is scarier and more intense than book two -- and even more exciting.