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    French graphic design firm Super Terrain, has come up with an ingenious way to capture the essence of Ray Bradbury’s best-selling novel, Fahrenheit 451. The company’s recently r...
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    The fact that New York bagels are delicious is undisputed. After all, who can argue with the incredible taste of the freshly-made hand-rolled delights that are available at the ...
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    Those familiar with Roman mythology may remember Janus, the god for whom the month of January is named. The deity, believed to have the power to look into the past and future, i...
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    On Friday, October 30th, New York City residents received an early Halloween surprise when Disney's street urchin Aladdin and his "magic carpet" came zooming down the streets. T...
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    This is a lesson that people should stay organized so they don't lose important stuff.
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    One would think that an elephant bird egg, the largest laid by any vertebrate ever — including dinosaurs and ancient reptiles — would be hard to miss for 80 years. Yet, that is ...
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    This movie was a relatively good movie, and the producers paid much attention to small details that really enhanced the movie (for example, they edited the camera out of the helmet of an astronaut suit in one scene). However, I feel like the movie lacked two things that were key that the book had: many different perspectives and important, special details. The book had many different perspectives told from many different people, like Justin, Auggie, and Via. However, the movie lacked some of the perspectives like Justin's perspective. The movie also cut out many important details from the book. While the story is great, it is too long for a movie. I applaud the effort of the filmmakers, and I additionally strongly recommend the book.
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    Gordon Korman, in my opinion, is a witty author. This book is told from the perspectives of several people, including a hockey star, aspiring movie writer, and the son of a renowned scientist, and it describes the race to save a chicken from turning into a science project - of the life cycle of a chicken!
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