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Tom discusses how Draco's hug with Voldemort is interpreted in different countries

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jung

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When little Eddie braves the "dark and horrible" woods to look for his lost teddy bear Freddie, he confuses a real bear's giant teddy with his own. "How did you get to be this size?" he asks. Elsewhere in the woods, the real bear is sobbing over Eddie's Freddie, thinking his own teddy bear has shrunk... Alborough's verse adroitly employs kid-pleasing rhythms and repetitions, while his drawings underscore the broad comedy of this perfectly satisfying scenario of scary fun. :]

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The Lucky One

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The Kite Runner

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Everyone...should read this. This book is eye opening....whenever I see this book for sale at a used book store, thrift shop whatever...I buy another copy..it is that good

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But still worth seeing the movie!

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The family of an abusive, stubbornly self-rightous, controlling American Southern Baptist preacher moves to the Belgian Congo in the 1960s. The daughters' and wife's stories of personal exploitation and their rebellion against 'The Father' coincide with the founding of Zaire as an independent nation. Malaria, animism, death, solidarity and rebirth play into this eminently readable story of politics and a broken family in the proverbial "heart of darkness" (Joseph Conrad's a jerk still).

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