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This fun horror story for the kiddos also packs in an equal dose of humor. Brown’s contrasting orange/gray illustrations are fabulous—creating a classic horror movie vibe and nabbing him a Caldecott Honor—and the subtle lesson on greediness won’t go amiss.
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This movie is based on a true story, and it was one of the better true story movies I’ve seen in a long time. This story shows the struggle between doing what is right and finding justice for the victims, as well as the struggle of personal safety for yourself. Must watch for sure.
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The adventures of 11-year-old Harriet M. Welsh, self-proclaimed spy, keep you laughing. From her Nanny “Ole Golly” to her friends Sport and Janie, to her parents, teachers, classmates, and the characters on her “spy route,” Harriet records all her thoughts and observations.
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I really liked this book! Lily Casey Smith was a force to be reckoned with. From her louse of a first husband to the flying lessons to the multiple one-room school houses she taught in, there was never a dull moment when she was around.
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I enjoyed this real life love story. It’s refreshing to read that some celebrities didn’t start out as celebrities, and they have ups and downs in relationships, too.
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Imagine stumbling across a letter that your husband has kept hidden only to be read in the event of his death. It contains his deepest darkest, disturbing secret. The letter changes everything and shakes up the characters’ perfect marriage and lives.
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A small chartered plane plunges into the ocean off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard. Only the painter and a young boy of a wealthy family survive. The plot thickens as the story untangles the lives of those on board and what caused the plane to crash.
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After jumping to her death from a building, Maddy’s ghost cannot move on. She did not leave a note and showed no signs of being unhappy and had a great life. This was an enjoyable and somewhat heartbreaking read as her distraught family tries to figure out why she abruptly ended her life.