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text 2020-07-24 01:22
How to Lucid Dreams Tonight for BEGINNERS! ( Step By Step Tutorial)

How to Lucid Dreams Tonight for BEGINNERS! ( Step By Step Tutorial)

 

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How to Lucid Dreams Tonight for BEGINNERS! ( Step By Step Tutorial)

How to Lucid Dreams Tonight for BEGINNERS! ( Step By Step Tutorial)

 

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url 2020-01-07 16:50
My first anticipated new release of 2020
Tonight We Bombed the U.S. Capitol: The Explosive Story of M19, America's First Female Terrorist Group - William Rosenau

Besides the hold list at the library, how many other government lists will I be put on?

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text 2019-12-07 23:16
24 Festive Tasks, Door 8: International Children's Day - Finished!
I’m Not Dying With You Tonight - Gilly Segal,Kimberly Jones

International Children’s Day

 

Book: I read I'm Not Dying With You Tonight by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal (both main characters are 15).

 

Task #1: Favorite children's book is still Ramona Quimby, Age 8 by Beverly Clearly. Favorite middle grade reads were anything Babysitters' Club (still holds up 30+ years later!) and Sweet Valley High (does not at all hold up 30+ years later, but does provide endless commentary via the Double Love podcast, which I HIGHLY recommend listening to).

 

Task #2: Skipping

 

Task #3: 

 

I used the Happy Color app on a daily basis (it's so soothing it puts me to sleep). It had two pictures dedicated to the holiday.

 

Task #4: As a kid, we went to Action Park (sadly closed in the early 2000s) and Dorney Park (THE place for school field trips). When I was young, all I wanted from a ride was to feel like I was almost going to throw up, so my favorites were roller coasters and anything that spun you in a circle really fast. I went to Disney World once when I was 16, so the rides I went on took forever to get to due to the long lines. Then there were the Midway rides that came every summer with the local fairs. As an adult and a parent, I get out of having to go on many rides since my kids are tall enough to go on the rides themselves. The ones we go on as a family are the Ferris Wheel and the Twirl-a-Whirl (known as the Teacups ride at Disney parks). I can't really do roller coasters or any ride with strobe lights due to the epilepsy.

 

 

 

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review 2019-11-23 02:12
I'm Not Dying With You Tonight
I’m Not Dying With You Tonight - Kimberly Jones,Channie Waites,Brittany Pressley,Gilly Segal

I grabbed this when it came up for the Big Library Read, but then I didn't manage to get to it before the Read was over.

 

Campbell is the new girl in her southern, predominantly black high school, and she is working the concession stand at a football game, when a racially motivated fight breaks out in the growing line to the stand.  Lena jumps into the stand to take cover.  There are gunshots, police arrive, and that is just the start of a night where things keep getting worse.

 

As the blurb reports, Lena and Campbell must rely on one another to survive and progress through the night, each demonstrating to the other that her assumptions had been misguided.  

 

This book in some ways reminded me of The Hate U Give, though it has a much more compressed timeline.  In this book, the Caucasian girl Campbell, having been transplanted from the home she shared with her mother in Pennsylvania to her her father's house, is the outsider/fish out of water.  African-American Lena is the wildly popular fashionista Campbell can't help but envy.  I appreciated the way this set-up diverted from more usual book premises.

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