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  • rozeb
    rozeb added a news bookmark.
    Time and again we hear about alliances between animals that would ordinarily be prey and predator. But in most cases they are a result of a strategic decision made by zoo keeper...
    Over 3 years ago
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    rozeb added a news bookmark.
    Food waste is a growing problem both in the United States and across the globe. In North America alone anywhere from 30-40% of perfectly edible food ends up in the trash each ye...
    Over 3 years ago
  • otter
    otter's book review was featured in All the Bright Places.
    I don't think I have ever read a more beautiful or heartbreaking book. Jennifer Niven has created incredibly real and moving characters, "UltraViolet Re-Markey-able" and Theodore Finch, stuck in a tiny town in Indiana. They meet on the top of a bell tower at school, each of them not knowing what they were going to do, and somehow, they saved each other. They are paired together for a school project to find the "natural wonders" of Indiana, and Violet, who has recently suffered from her sister's death, slowly learns to stop counting the days and start living. Slowly, or maybe not so slowly, Theodore and and Violet fall in love. Told in alternating points of view, All The Bright Places was so beautifully written.
    Almost 4 years ago
  • otter
    otter added a book review.
    I don't think I have ever read a more beautiful or heartbreaking book. Jennifer Niven has created incredibly real and moving characters, "UltraViolet Re-Markey-able" and Theodore Finch, stuck in a tiny town in Indiana. They meet on the top of a bell tower at school, each of them not knowing what they were going to do, and somehow, they saved each other. They are paired together for a school project to find the "natural wonders" of Indiana, and Violet, who has recently suffered from her sister's death, slowly learns to stop counting the days and start living. Slowly, or maybe not so slowly, Theodore and and Violet fall in love. Told in alternating points of view, All The Bright Places was so beautifully written.
    Almost 4 years ago
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    otter has read this book.
    By Jennifer Niven
    Almost 4 years ago
  • rozeb
    rozeb added a movie review.
    This movie is the perfect amount of every emotion, which would make sense, as it is a movie about emotion.There's some sad moments, some happy, some angry, some fearful... you get the picture. This movie is about a 12 year old girl named RIley who moves to San Fransisco from Minnesota. She finds herself confused as to who she is and who she wants to be, and all of her mind "islands" come crashing down. Sadness and Joy have to save Riley... before it's too late. But although the major plot line is quite sad, there still is Joy, and she will do anything to make Riley better again. But maybe the key isn't always hapiness... maybe it's something else that demands to be felt this time.
    Almost 4 years ago
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    I think they should make more designs to appeal to more kids, but this is GREAT!
    Almost 4 years ago

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