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  • dream_beyond
    dream_beyond's movie review was featured in Hachi: A Dog's Tale.
    There is a saying, "A dog is a mans best friend", it's true. This movie follows the lives of Hachi and his man, his best friend. Hachi comes all the way from Japan and is getting moved to the USA, but the crate Hachi was in got lost and that is when Parker Wilson comes in, he finds Hachi and takes him in. Years pass and Parker and Hachi grow closer, Hachi would wait for for Parker at the train station. But then one day Parker didn't come back home and that is when everything changed. Hachi didn't understand what had happend and kept on waiting for Parker at the train station. Parkers wife moved out and her son took Hachi in. But Hachi wanted his owner his best friend who took care for him. So Hachi left and became a street dog. I recommend watching this movie but just make sure you have a box of tissues with you!
    About 2 hours ago
  • dream_beyond
    dream_beyond added a movie review.
    There is a saying, "A dog is a mans best friend", it's true. This movie follows the lives of Hachi and his man, his best friend. Hachi comes all the way from Japan and is getting moved to the USA, but the crate Hachi was in got lost and that is when Parker Wilson comes in, he finds Hachi and takes him in. Years pass and Parker and Hachi grow closer, Hachi would wait for for Parker at the train station. But then one day Parker didn't come back home and that is when everything changed. Hachi didn't understand what had happend and kept on waiting for Parker at the train station. Parkers wife moved out and her son took Hachi in. But Hachi wanted his owner his best friend who took care for him. So Hachi left and became a street dog. I recommend watching this movie but just make sure you have a box of tissues with you!
    About 2 hours ago
  • booklover313
    booklover313 replied to a comment in
    There might be! You can't dig down into the earth so, you don't know if there is or isn't!
    About 2 hours ago
  • booklover313
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    I'm glad I don't have candy clothes! I'd eat them (even I'm public) and I'd have no clothes to wear!
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  • gold3nglare
    gold3nglare added a book review.
    This book is amazing I totally recommend this 100%
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  • gold3nglare
    gold3nglare added a book review.
    The second book of the incredible award-wining Life As We Knew It Series. When a meteor hits the moon and send the moon closer to Earth, life as Alex Morales and his sisters once knew it is shattered. Food shortages are happening, people are disappearing, and Alex's parents go missing and don't return. Alex is left to take care of his hard-headed sisters by himself, and while they will go through some hard times, their bond as a family grows. I totally recommend this book, and they did a good job at making it not to sad so the reader can cope with the many deaths of some of the main characters.
    About 2 hours ago
  • gold3nglare
    gold3nglare's book review was featured in The Miscalculations of Lightning Girl.
    Lucille "Lucy" Callahan is a 12-year-old wiz kid. She can recite many of the digits in pi, she can do hard math problems without even thinking about it, and she thinks about numbers all day. She's obsessed with math. This is because when she was 8, she was struck by lighting which rewired her brain. Now she is a genius. She loves to go online and tutor people for math, and she's been homeschooled since the lightning strike. One day, her Nana decided that Lucy should start going to real middle school. Lucy hates the idea. She wants to go to college, and she believes that middle school is too easy. Next thing Lucy knows, she's enrolled into a middle school filled with germs, and mean kids. Lucy doesn't want to look like the school's freaky genius girl so she keeps to herself. She wants to leave the school as soon as she can. But soon, Lucy finds some loyal friends, and some good teachers. Lucy doesn't even realize how much she is started to grow close to her new friends, new school, and the dogs at the dog shelter she visits for a project that she used to hate. Lucy finds out many things about herself. That she's more than a germophobic. More than a math wiz. More than a "freak". More than a lightning girl. She is a dog lover. She is a fun person to hang out with. She is the smartest girl in school. She is the best friend of a little dog named Pi. Lucy learns which friends are friendly and which are foes. Lucy has a choice to make. Should she listen to her heart and stay true to her new friends and come out of her shell, or should she revert back to her old shy self. The self that lets people bully her into silence. The self that avoids making friends. The self that avoids trying new things if it had nothing to do with math. When Lucy's Nana finds a school for smart kids that would be perfect for Lucy, Lucy has to make a choice. Should she go to the school of her almost-dreams with the education that matches her smarts, or should she listen to her heart and stay true to herself? Can she just leave her new behind? This book teaches readers to be true to themselves and not worry about what others think. Be yourself and embrace yourself. It also teaches people that friendship is a strong force that may be tested from here and there, but the right friendships can never be broken. 5 stars.
    About 2 hours ago
  • gold3nglare
    gold3nglare added a book review.
    Lucille "Lucy" Callahan is a 12-year-old wiz kid. She can recite many of the digits in pi, she can do hard math problems without even thinking about it, and she thinks about numbers all day. She's obsessed with math. This is because when she was 8, she was struck by lighting which rewired her brain. Now she is a genius. She loves to go online and tutor people for math, and she's been homeschooled since the lightning strike. One day, her Nana decided that Lucy should start going to real middle school. Lucy hates the idea. She wants to go to college, and she believes that middle school is too easy. Next thing Lucy knows, she's enrolled into a middle school filled with germs, and mean kids. Lucy doesn't want to look like the school's freaky genius girl so she keeps to herself. She wants to leave the school as soon as she can. But soon, Lucy finds some loyal friends, and some good teachers. Lucy doesn't even realize how much she is started to grow close to her new friends, new school, and the dogs at the dog shelter she visits for a project that she used to hate. Lucy finds out many things about herself. That she's more than a germophobic. More than a math wiz. More than a "freak". More than a lightning girl. She is a dog lover. She is a fun person to hang out with. She is the smartest girl in school. She is the best friend of a little dog named Pi. Lucy learns which friends are friendly and which are foes. Lucy has a choice to make. Should she listen to her heart and stay true to her new friends and come out of her shell, or should she revert back to her old shy self. The self that lets people bully her into silence. The self that avoids making friends. The self that avoids trying new things if it had nothing to do with math. When Lucy's Nana finds a school for smart kids that would be perfect for Lucy, Lucy has to make a choice. Should she go to the school of her almost-dreams with the education that matches her smarts, or should she listen to her heart and stay true to herself? Can she just leave her new behind? This book teaches readers to be true to themselves and not worry about what others think. Be yourself and embrace yourself. It also teaches people that friendship is a strong force that may be tested from here and there, but the right friendships can never be broken. 5 stars.
    About 2 hours ago
  • bsc
    bsc added a book review.
    When a police dog and police man both were injured in a fatal accident, head for the man and body for the dog, a new person comes out of the hospital ready to fight some crime. That person? Or, you could say "dog person" is Dog Man! With a head of a dog and a body of a man, Dog Man faces challenges and crimes. Is policing meant for a dog-man?
    About 2 hours ago

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