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    tifftiff1000's book review was featured in Girl Online.
    This book is really good for teenage girls. I don't even like zoella as a YouTuber, but I am a teenage girl and I found this book extraordinary. A lot of times it seemed like a professional author wrote it! "Girl Online" Is a twist on YouTuber novels. Zoe Sugg writes about a girl named Penny, who hides her personal feelings from her loved ones by sharing them with her following on her blog. She keeps her personality secret with a pen name, "Girl Online," hence the title of the book. Penny leaves all of her drama to go on a short trip to New York City, out of her country, where she meets her "Inciting incident," Noah. But when Penny returns, she figures out a big secret about Noah that ruins most of her life, including her online persona. I would for sure rate this book 5 out of 5 stars, and it's a great book for the adolescent Teenager demographic.
    10 months ago
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    tifftiff1000 added a book review.
    This book is really good for teenage girls. I don't even like zoella as a YouTuber, but I am a teenage girl and I found this book extraordinary. A lot of times it seemed like a professional author wrote it! "Girl Online" Is a twist on YouTuber novels. Zoe Sugg writes about a girl named Penny, who hides her personal feelings from her loved ones by sharing them with her following on her blog. She keeps her personality secret with a pen name, "Girl Online," hence the title of the book. Penny leaves all of her drama to go on a short trip to New York City, out of her country, where she meets her "Inciting incident," Noah. But when Penny returns, she figures out a big secret about Noah that ruins most of her life, including her online persona. I would for sure rate this book 5 out of 5 stars, and it's a great book for the adolescent Teenager demographic.
    10 months ago
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    tifftiff1000 has read this book.
    By Zoe Sugg
    10 months ago
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    tifftiff1000's movie review was featured in Where the Red Fern Grows.
    4g8c15jz1iqckyxd7kk4if6efyc“Where the Red Fern Grows” Will leave your heart growing with emotion! “Where the Red Fern Grows” Is a very touching movie. If you decide to watch it, make sure to get in a comfortable position with your dog (If you have one) with a box of tissues nearby. The main characters of This movie Are Billy, his dogs, Dan and Ann, Billy’s dad, and especially Billy’s grandfather. The movie follows Billy, with his dogs Dan and Ann. Billy loved to hunt with Dan and Ann. Dan’s grandfather got him the dogs. He runs a store and almost sold him a dog, but another family bought it. Instead, Billy found a newspaper with an ad for dogs, he asked his grandfather to set him up to get them. He worked up enough money to get two dogs. As the movie progresses, we learn more about Billy’s personality and who he is. At one point in the movie, there was a hunting competition for who could catch the most ‘coons, or raccoons. He had chased three raccoons up a tree. Plus one that he had earlier, he would have won! But then he realized he lost his grandfather, so he ran off to find him instead of getting the ‘coons to win. This shows how much of a connection he has to his family, and how grateful he is to have them. The movie is about Billy Coleman narrating how he yearned to have a dog. Not just any dog, a dog he could hunt with. He finds an advertisement in the newspaper to get dogs. He worked up the money to afford two. His grandpa ordered them, but the dogs didn't get shipped the whole way. He had to walk the rest of the way to get them. He names his dogs Dan and Ann. He trains them to hunt and hunts ‘coons with them. He then encounters two boys who are trying to capture the “Ghost ‘Coon.” Billy finds the ‘coon with his dogs, but then one of the two boys trips on an axe and dies, so he vows never to hunt again. Then he enters the dogs in a hunting contest, they almost win, but then Billy’s grandfather slips and loses the rest of the bunch. They find the grandfather and lose the contest, but the winner grants the prize and the money to billy. The theme of this movie is to not stop trying, a second try may grant you success. For example, Billy accidentally killed someone when he hunted with Dan and Ann to find “The Ghost ‘Coon.” He vowed to himself that he would never ever hunt again. But, when he heard about the hunting competition, he thought about it long and hard and decided to take the opportunity and enter his dogs in. He entered and risked the win to save his grandfather, but because of that act of heroism, the winner of the competition decided to grant the award upon billy. This shows that a second try could lead to great reward. This movie would be great for most members of the family, except for little kids! The movie has an extremely sad scene that I will not spoil because spoilers aren’t nice, but it made most of the writing class cry so sensitive people and little ones shouldn’t watch this movie until they are ready! I believe that this movie was very heartwarming. It’s not a normal thing that kids of the 21st century would see. I feel as a whole that the movie was greatly put together, the actors were picked exceptionally, it felt like I was clinging on to my seat trying to decipher what could happen next that could put billy in some type of trouble. I would rate this movie 5 out of 5 stars. It’s a very touching movie, and you won’t regret watching it, I know I didn’t!
    Over 1 year ago
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    tifftiff1000 added a movie review.
    4g8c15jz1iqckyxd7kk4if6efyc“Where the Red Fern Grows” Will leave your heart growing with emotion! “Where the Red Fern Grows” Is a very touching movie. If you decide to watch it, make sure to get in a comfortable position with your dog (If you have one) with a box of tissues nearby. The main characters of This movie Are Billy, his dogs, Dan and Ann, Billy’s dad, and especially Billy’s grandfather. The movie follows Billy, with his dogs Dan and Ann. Billy loved to hunt with Dan and Ann. Dan’s grandfather got him the dogs. He runs a store and almost sold him a dog, but another family bought it. Instead, Billy found a newspaper with an ad for dogs, he asked his grandfather to set him up to get them. He worked up enough money to get two dogs. As the movie progresses, we learn more about Billy’s personality and who he is. At one point in the movie, there was a hunting competition for who could catch the most ‘coons, or raccoons. He had chased three raccoons up a tree. Plus one that he had earlier, he would have won! But then he realized he lost his grandfather, so he ran off to find him instead of getting the ‘coons to win. This shows how much of a connection he has to his family, and how grateful he is to have them. The movie is about Billy Coleman narrating how he yearned to have a dog. Not just any dog, a dog he could hunt with. He finds an advertisement in the newspaper to get dogs. He worked up the money to afford two. His grandpa ordered them, but the dogs didn't get shipped the whole way. He had to walk the rest of the way to get them. He names his dogs Dan and Ann. He trains them to hunt and hunts ‘coons with them. He then encounters two boys who are trying to capture the “Ghost ‘Coon.” Billy finds the ‘coon with his dogs, but then one of the two boys trips on an axe and dies, so he vows never to hunt again. Then he enters the dogs in a hunting contest, they almost win, but then Billy’s grandfather slips and loses the rest of the bunch. They find the grandfather and lose the contest, but the winner grants the prize and the money to billy. The theme of this movie is to not stop trying, a second try may grant you success. For example, Billy accidentally killed someone when he hunted with Dan and Ann to find “The Ghost ‘Coon.” He vowed to himself that he would never ever hunt again. But, when he heard about the hunting competition, he thought about it long and hard and decided to take the opportunity and enter his dogs in. He entered and risked the win to save his grandfather, but because of that act of heroism, the winner of the competition decided to grant the award upon billy. This shows that a second try could lead to great reward. This movie would be great for most members of the family, except for little kids! The movie has an extremely sad scene that I will not spoil because spoilers aren’t nice, but it made most of the writing class cry so sensitive people and little ones shouldn’t watch this movie until they are ready! I believe that this movie was very heartwarming. It’s not a normal thing that kids of the 21st century would see. I feel as a whole that the movie was greatly put together, the actors were picked exceptionally, it felt like I was clinging on to my seat trying to decipher what could happen next that could put billy in some type of trouble. I would rate this movie 5 out of 5 stars. It’s a very touching movie, and you won’t regret watching it, I know I didn’t!
    Over 1 year ago
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    tifftiff1000 added a book review.
    Honestly I thought this book was gonna be terrible, but when I actually read it and it is amazing and heart melting.
    Over 1 year ago
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