Give the Dark My Love by Beth Revis
Nedra Brysstain attends a prestigious academy on a scholarship in order to learn medicinal alchemy. Despite the fact that she doesn’t fit in with the wealthier, more powerful students and their families, Nedra dedicates herself to her studies. And when a deadly plague begins devastating towns, Nedra resolves to find the cure. But as she slips more and more into darkness and forbidden realms of magic—necromancy—Nedra may never be the same again.
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Puddin’ by Julie Murphy
The companion novel to the bestseller Dumplin’ (soon to be a Netflix adaptation), Puddin’ follows fat camp attendee Millie who refuses to return this year, instead, making plans to chase a secret dream and find a way to kiss her crush. Callie is a shoe-in to become dance team captain and has a boyfriend others would kill for, but has more frenemies than actual friends. The two girls couldn’t be more different, but when fate throws them together, they discover they have more in common than they thought.
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Someday by David Levithan
This is the third book in the Every Day series. For as long as they’ve lived, A has been forced to wake up in a different person’s body and live life as that person until the day ended. A always thought they were alone in this experience, but not anymore. There are others just like them. No longer does A have to be lonely, but they may have more questions than ever.
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Gmorning, Gnight!: Little Pep Talks for You and Me by Lin-Manuel Miranda
Lin-Manuel Miranda has branded himself on Twitter with his famous, inspirational, and daily “good morning” and “good night” tweets. Now his best ones have been compiled into this beautiful book illustrated by fellow Twitter celebrity Jonny Sun. It’s the perfect book for a quick dose of positivity.
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“Ant-Man and the Wasp”
Scott Lang is struggling to balance his responsibilities as both a superhero and a father in this film as he is urged to once again put on the Ant-Man suit and join forces with the Wasp against a powerful new villain. Not only must they face off against this enemy, but they also discover secrets from the past that could change everything.
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“The Darkest Minds”
Starring Amandla Stenberg (“The Hunger Games,” “The Hate U Give”) and based on Alexandra Bracken’s YA novel, “The Darkest Minds” follows a group of teens who have mysteriously obtained various superpowers. It probably has something to do with the fact that they are part of the 2% of surviving children, a sudden and deadly disease wiping out 98% of those under eighteen worldwide. Now the survivors are placed in a “rehabilitation camp” where the government attempts to cure them of their abilities.
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“Teen Titans Go! to the Movies”
This animated superhero movie takes place during the fifth season of the hit TV series “Teen Titans Go!” A group of teenage superheroes who dream of being the stars of their own movie ironically are the stars of this movie, which is a clever take on the superhero genre and even includes musical numbers. Robin is determined to be more than just a sidekick, if he can only get a big shot Hollywood film director to notice them. But their plans blow up in their face when a super villain scheming to take over the Earth takes action.
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