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Makes you think about the effect your actions have in others

Synopsis: Clay Jensen returns home from school to find a mysterious box with his name on it lying on his porch. Inside he discovers thirteen cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker, his classmate and crush who committed suicide two weeks earlier.

charming life pattern: books - hunger games - divergent - harry potter - ...

Book recommendations for if you like The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, The Fault in Our Stars, or The Great Gatsby. I find the reasons for likening the great Gatsby humorous.

What to read if you love: The Red Queen, by Victoria Aveyard (and other high fantasy novels)

What to read if you love: The Red Queen, by Victoria Aveyard (and other high fantasy novels)<<< I've read red queen and young elites

Some Like It Hot Super great movie

Listen, We Can’t Get Married

Listen, We Can’t Get Married // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes -

What to read if you love: All the Bright Places. PS - Can't wait to meet Jasmine Warga at the #pplteenbookfest, 06/11/16! http://pickeringtonlibrary.org/event/pickerington-teen-book-fest-2016/

Can't wait to meet Jasmine Warga at the Pickerington Teen Book Fest on June just one week away!

A movie based on John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars comes to cinemas on June 6. The premiere of Gone Girl, with…

35 books to read before they are 2014 movies (infographic)

35 books to read before they're 2014 movies! Do you like to read the book first or see the movie first?

50 greatest love stories ever told in a book (infographic)

50 greatest love stories ever told in a book (infographic)

18 books to add to your reading list*

18 Pulitzer Prize-Winning Books by Women You Should Read Right Now

18 Pulitzer Prize-Winning Books by Women You Should Read Right Now - 18 books to add to your reading list

How your job is killing you #infografía Good to know but would be nice if solutions were offered as well.

Occupational stress is so pervasive that we accept it as a fact of life, but the truth is that demanding jobs do more than make us unhappy -- they can also spur some serious health consequences.

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