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    lapis-lazuli added a news bookmark.
    A week before the December 2 season-opening race of the 2017 FIA Formula E Championship, Techeetah team driver Jean-√Čric Vergne got behind the wheel for an unusual challenge. Th...
    Over 1 year ago
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    truesunshine added a new comment in
    I'm going to start making an daily fun fact! The first one is.. Even when a snake has its eyes closed shut, it can STILL see through it's eyelids!
    Over 1 year ago
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    truesunshineis now following horserider909.
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  • truesunshine
    truesunshineliked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
    I want to be a coder when I grow up!! And.... Like you I want anything with a screen however I would prefer a Kindle fire 7, 8, or 10, an iPod Touch (4th, 5th, or 6th gen) or just a new phone :) However since my mom is anti-electronic that is probably not going to happen (Sadness)
    Over 1 year ago
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    truesunshineliked a comment in My Weird But True Fact-a-Day Fun Journal.
    I love all National Geographic Kids books and this one is no different. The pictures are really great and the facts are pretty interesting to learn about.
    Over 1 year ago
  • truesunshine
    truesunshine's movie review was featured in Wonder.
    This is happy and heartbreaking. It is based off the book Wonder. It is about a boy named Auggie with a facial deformity, and he is going into the 5th grade. He's been home schooled his whole life, and he is finally now going to a regular school. All the actors fit their role PERFECTLY. I still am rating this a 5, even though it was missing very many flaws. It was missing many perspectives from the book, and many parts. But that is normal because usually the movies are way different from the books, and the books are ALWAYS better. But either way, this movie was long and eye catching. I could not take my eyes off it till it ended, I actually even cried too. There were so many up's and down's, but i'm so glad Auggie got through it. It was wonderful seeing this amazing book made into a movie, if you are a fan of Wonder, you'll be a fan of this movie.
    Over 1 year ago
  • truesunshine
    truesunshine added a movie review.
    This is happy and heartbreaking. It is based off the book Wonder. It is about a boy named Auggie with a facial deformity, and he is going into the 5th grade. He's been home schooled his whole life, and he is finally now going to a regular school. All the actors fit their role PERFECTLY. I still am rating this a 5, even though it was missing very many flaws. It was missing many perspectives from the book, and many parts. But that is normal because usually the movies are way different from the books, and the books are ALWAYS better. But either way, this movie was long and eye catching. I could not take my eyes off it till it ended, I actually even cried too. There were so many up's and down's, but i'm so glad Auggie got through it. It was wonderful seeing this amazing book made into a movie, if you are a fan of Wonder, you'll be a fan of this movie.
    Over 1 year ago
  • truesunshine
    truesunshine's book review was featured in Booked.
    I JUST finished this book, and it's A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. It's written in verse/poetry style and it's about a boy named Nick. He plays soccer and something really bad happens- his parents get divorced. Then he can't play in a special tournament in Dallas because he sprained his ankle and something was wrong with his appendix. This book is full of up's and downs. I usually am not a person to read about sports but this one was very interesting and written well. When you start reading this book, you want to keep on reading it until you get to the end, if I ever stopped reading it I would feel like I was on a HUGE cliff hanger because there is a lot of cliff hangers if you dont just keep reading the book. Either way, this book deserves a medal. If you're a fan of soccer, I would TOTALLY recommend this book to you- or even if you're not into soccer, still READ THIS BOOK!
    Over 1 year ago
  • truesunshine
    truesunshine added a book review.
    I JUST finished this book, and it's A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. It's written in verse/poetry style and it's about a boy named Nick. He plays soccer and something really bad happens- his parents get divorced. Then he can't play in a special tournament in Dallas because he sprained his ankle and something was wrong with his appendix. This book is full of up's and downs. I usually am not a person to read about sports but this one was very interesting and written well. When you start reading this book, you want to keep on reading it until you get to the end, if I ever stopped reading it I would feel like I was on a HUGE cliff hanger because there is a lot of cliff hangers if you dont just keep reading the book. Either way, this book deserves a medal. If you're a fan of soccer, I would TOTALLY recommend this book to you- or even if you're not into soccer, still READ THIS BOOK!
    Over 1 year ago
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    truesunshine has read this book.
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