A police officer watches from aware and a misunderstanding brews that ends with Justyce in handcuffs.
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Anyone who likes historical fiction or holocaust fiction will enjoy this story. Be warned, this tale will pull at your heartstrings.
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A list of books you can read with your children, siblings, cousins, and families as a whole that are family friendly. As a plus, most have either a movie or tv series adaptation–in hopes you will read and then watch together!
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Phil Chalmers “We know the horrifying effect entertainment has on our own teenagers. The more we sell out poisonous culture to other countries, the more violence we will be spreading. Youth violence is a global concern that needs to be addresses on an intervention level—before it’s too late.” Warning: If you find true crime about school shootings and teen violence disturbing do not read this book. This was an interesting read but incredibly challenging to finish. Inside the Mind of A Teen […]
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I highly recommend to anyone interested in the occult, spookiness, or horror. Definitely a read for mature readers.
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Coraline is a children’s novel, but the tale is timeless. I loved it. If you enjoy slightly creepy dark stories, this is for you.
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“‘And I think we have to be open to the possibility that we cannot fashion a hypothesis yet,’ He concluded. ‘There may be things that we just don’t know about yet.’”
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Antonio, the main character, is six-years-old. He is guided by a curandera, one who cures with herbs and magic, named Ultima through a mythical natural world within his own.