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“Like me,” Sunny said, and abruptly stood up.  Violet and Klaus gasped in surprise as their baby sister took her first wobbly steps, and then walked closely beside her, ready to catch her if she fell.

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A Series, A Brother, An Unfortunate Event

That’s one thing about reading a series of books: what it means to you changes as time and the series progress, and you cope with the revelations and tragedies happening both in the books and in your own life. 1,106 more words

Death

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“Who are those other two?” asked an Elder in the crowd.

“Who cares?” said Mrs. Morrow, and waved her torch.  “They’re probably more accomplices!  Let’s burn them at the stake, too!”

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Creature in the Black Lagoon

If you asked me last month how life was going, I’d nod, say something to the effect of “Nothing’s new–How ’bout you?” and move on.  If you asked me this week, I would exasperatedly wave my hands in the air to introduce my… 458 more words

Humor

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“Heni!” she screamed one last time, gnashing her teeth against the eye in frustration, and as she bit the eye, it depressed.  “Depressed” is a word that often describes someone who is feeling sad and gloomy, but in this case it describes a secret button, hidden in a crow statue, that is feeling just fine, thank you.

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Film recommendations - YA books turned into films

Hello gentle reader,

Happy Friday! Are you looking to watch a film based on a YA book this weekend? There are many excellent ones. However it has recently struck me that when the media mention YA books turned into films, they always give the same titles: Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Twilight, Divergent or The Fault In Our Stars. 153 more words

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Striped

I thought of this design after looking at the illustrations by Brett Helquist in A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket. Specifically, The Ersatz Elevator… 184 more words

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