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  • applemango
    applemango added a news bookmark.
    The second Monday in October has traditionally been known as Columbus Day in honor of the Italian explorer's "discovery" of the Americas on October 12, 1492.  However, the US fe...
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    A mirror coated in red paint, a banana stuck to the wall with duct tape, and an invisible sculpture — these are just a few of the abstract artworks that have recently sold for a...
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    applemango added a news bookmark.
    For most Americans, fall is synonymous with pumpkins.  Some use the fruit to make delicious soups and bread, others to carve out scary jack-o-lanterns. Then there are those that...
    About 2 months ago
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    applemango added a news bookmark.
    The infamous Salem witch trials, which took place in colonial Massachusetts between 1692 and 1693, were a dark period in America's legal history.  More than 200 people were wron...
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  • nac
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    Albert Kinney is just your average kid, trying to earn a place on his school's soccer team. But it turns out that, to aliens, he is pretty much a celebrity. And now, Albert is going to play soccer with a bunch of aliens in order to inspire their planet. Will he, an average kid, be able to lead his team to victory? Well, when aliens play soccer, pretty much anything can happen. There was action in the book, but I found it hard to get into at first. Other than that, I think the author had a pretty cool idea for this book and enjoyed the concept of aliens playing soccer. (Albeit a little differently).
    3 months ago
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  • nac
    nac added a book review.
    Aiden and Ava are twins who have at least one thing in common: they love soccer. And in the midst of their final games, they learn about the mysterious theft of a soccer trophy over forty years ago! So along with their friend Daniel, they delve into the perplexing circumstances surrounding the theft. But one question continues to baffle them. Why would anyone want to steal a kid's soccer trophy? This story was pretty cool, and actually included some history about the actual theft of the world cup. It was also a nice story about family, and how not everybody is perfect.
    3 months ago
  • nac
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    3 months ago
  • pizzagirl7
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    I would love to win this for my brother ! He has the first one and I know he would love these! I really hope I win then I can give him these for christmas!!!
    3 months ago
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    I really hope I win!
    3 months ago

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