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4 classic books adapted to film - Reporter-Times

4 classic books adapted to film
Reporter-Times
With school back in session, high school students all across the United States are reading numerous classic books in their English classes. Here are four terrific film adaptations of commonly assigned books or plays so you can watch the literature come ...

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Read more about bullying - Washington Post

Read more about bullying
Washington Post
Looking for more stories about overcoming bullying? Here are six new and classic books about kids who deal with being different. “Absolutely Almost”. By Lisa Graff, for ages 8 to 12. Ten-year-old Albie gets teased by his classmates and criticized by ...

The Most Popular Words Used In Classic Books (INFOGRAPHIC) - Huffington Post

The Most Popular Words Used In Classic Books (INFOGRAPHIC)
Huffington Post
Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass has a reputation for championing the individual ("I am large, I contain multitudes"), so it's surprising that the most frequently used word in the poem -- "all" -- applies to the collective or universal. A word cloud ...

Dinah Fried beautifully recreates memorable meals from classic books - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

Dinah Fried beautifully recreates memorable meals from classic books
Daily Mail
A graphic designer has recreated 50 meals that appear in the prose of classic books, bringing them alive in photos for a modern audience to enjoy. Dinah Fried, a 33-year-old foodie and bookworm, has cooked up dishes from novels including Alice's ...

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PYSK: Philip Naught - Columbia Business Times

PYSK: Philip Naught
Columbia Business Times
Accomplishment I'm most proud of: Outside of my family life, I am proud to be part of a fun-loving team that is dedicated to our customers and community. Most people don't know that I: Collect classic books on personal development and sales. Some of my ...



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