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    I think popular movies today say a lot of different things about us. For example, Guardians of the Galaxy teaches us that an awesome mixtape is worth everything and Frozen teaches us to "Let it go"

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    I think John Hughes understands teens. He understands that they have problems that may seem small to an adult but they are larger problems for teens. He realizes that teens will eventually grow up and be able to change the world. He also knows that younger people should not be seen as lower than older people.

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    I've seen the Empire Strikes Back, the Shining, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Ghostbusters, and Back to the Future. I need to watch all of the other movies but especially Ferris Bueller's Day Off!

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    I knew Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Ferris Bueller's Day Off. I recognized Sixteen Candles and Teen Wolf

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    I would nominate the Lord of the Rings series into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame because it was a very successful book and movie series. Middle-Earth is a fantastic land full of wonder and awe. I would love to with the Hobbits in the Shire, I'm small enough I could probably fit in with them!

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    Discover the wonder of Wonder Woman.
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    A high tech Wonder Woman would have an outfit that was half-cyborg. Her traditional crown would display a holographic screen in front of her face for searching the web as well as controlling her other high tech parts of her outfit. Her cuffs would be able to shoot various things out of them such as a laser beam or bullets. Her suit would be fire-proof and bullet-proof and her shoes would have an anti-gravity switch that would let her fly.

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    It surprised me that it has taken 75 years for Wonder Woman to have her own movie. It also surprised me that people thought comic books contributed to juvenile delinquency in 1954 and after that, Wonder Woman focused more on relationships with men than feminism

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    I am going to celebrate Wonder Woman by watching the new movie! If I were to throw a Wonder Woman Day party, I would serve red, white, and blue Jell-O and Mountain Dew Dew-S-A. We would make our own Wonder Woman tiaras and play Injustice 2.

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    I am excited to see Wonder Woman's story in the new movie as I do not know much about her. I am also excited to see a woman in such a powerful role. I think Wonder Woman's story has evolved in the sense that she is taken more seriously and is recognized as a formidable opponent.

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    Explore library resources!
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    The college and careers tool will help me the most in the fall! Especially the scholarship search resources. It's always nice to get help to pay for college 🙂

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    I found Halsey's new album "hopeless fountain kingdom." I've been wanting to listen to this album for so long! Glad to finally be able to listen to it. I love her dark and beautiful music. She also opens up the album with the prologue from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and that is great.

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    I downloaded the Overdrive app and I love how many free books are available on the app. I can read books or listen to them on audiobook. I will definitely be listening to an audiobook when I drive now! 🙂

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    May Bird and the Ever After
    Jodi Lynn Anderson
    May Bird hasn't always fit in and living in the creepy, almost abandoned town of Briar Woods doesn't help. She notices a strange blue, pumpkin-shaped ghost that likes to hang around her house. One night, she chases after the ghost into the woods with her hairless cat and falls into a portal leading to the Ever After. Humans aren't allowed in the Ever After and now she has to find a way out.
    I love this book because the Ever After is so intricate. May Bird finds herself in a multitude of places that spirits are residing in such as an outlaw's bar or a city with a phantom that sniffs for humans. You can't put the book down because you will want to know where the story will take you next!

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    Would you rather: Eat every book you finish OR Never be able to reread a book

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    Internet quizzes all day every day!
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