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MOVIE-  Sherlock Gnomes

Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy

Rating: Not yet rated

Cast: Emily Blunt, Johnny Depp, James McAvoy, Chiwetel Ejiofor

Synopsis: As Gnomeo and Juliet prepare their garden for spring, they realize gnomes are being kidnapped throughout London. They call famous detective Sherlock Gnomes to investigate the case, which leads to adventures throughout the city.

Our Take: This sequel to 2011’s Gnomeo & Juliet capitalizes on the humor of cute pint-sized garden ornaments. But the trailer contains some questionable language and suggestive situations. If you watch the movie with your kids, discuss the impact of words and behaviors.

BOOK-  The Girl Who Drank the Moon 

Author: Kelly Barnhill

Synopsis: This fairy tale, winner of the 2017 Newbery Medal, is set in a village that sacrifices one baby each year by leaving it in the forest. The goal is to appease a witch who might destroy the community. But the witch, who’s actually kind, makes sure the babies are raised by loving families elsewhere. When she accidentally gives one baby magic, she decides to raise it herself.

Our Take: Although a central character is a witch, this book is full of positive messages and role models. Readers discover that love is the “magic” that holds things together in this story. The book can open the door for discussions about good and evil as defined by the Bible.

MUSIC-  Crooked

Artist:Propaganda

Synopsis: This rapper and social activist, also known as "Props," challenges listeners with bold lyrics about his relationship with God and society. Crooked, his fifth album, is a mix of rap, hip-hop, and poetry set to a beat. Its style is in line with pop culture, yet the songs are full of thought, American history, and the gospel.

Our Take: Like Lecrae, Props appeals to young listeners because of his mainstream sound. Yet he focuses on important social and spiritual questions, rather than violence, materialism, and hypersexuality. Crooked is a desirable music option for preteens and parents alike.

GAME-  Nintendo Labo

Robot kits and other interactive components are adding new levels of creativity to the popular Nintendo Switch console. Using cardboard pieces, players build items that can then be used in-game or via remote control. Kit prices start at $69.99.

WEBSITE- You Are Here

consumer.ftc.gov/media/game-0020-you-are-here-consumer-education-mall

This interactive site from the Federal Trade Commission helps older children and preteens become financially savvy. Games in a virtual mall teach about supply and demand, privacy, false advertising, and more.

APP- Tortuga Racing

This educational game lets children practice math skills while their character, a turtle, races through various tracks. Incorrect answers decrease one’s speed, while eight correct answers in a row spark a turbo boost. Rated E for Everyone, this app game is ideal for early-elementary students.

 

These suggestions brought to you by Parenting Christian Kids, Group Publishing, are designed to help educate parents and aren't meant to endorse any movie, music, or product. Our goal is to help you make informed decisions about what your children watch, read, listen to, and play. 

Family Resources with a Faith Focus-  May/June  2018

 
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