“Alpha”
During prehistoric days, after a young man is separated from his tribe, he stumbles across another lost wanderer: a wolf. The two form an unlikely bond, becoming one of the first examples of the timeless relationship between humans and dogs.
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“Dog Days”
In this romantic comedy film, a group of seemingly unrelated people are brought together by their dogs. Their lives quickly become intertwined and changed for the better, thanks to their canine companions.
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“Incredibles 2”
The Parr family has to adjust to a new kind of life with Helen working a new job that helps to save the world and Bob taking care of the kids at home. Meanwhile, Jack-Jack wreaks havoc with his newfound superpowers that seem to be impossible to control.
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Fox 8 by George Saunders
In this short fable, a fox teaches himself to speak “Yuman” by observing this strange race from afar and listening to bedtime stories. The anthropomorphic tale not only entertains, but touches on important environmental issues we face today.
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Skyward by Brandon Sanderson
The first book in a brand new series by this bestselling author, Skyward follows the remains of a nearly-extinct human race as they fight to survive on a planet under constant attack by enemy aliens. Spensa, a teen girl with a dream to be a pilot, finds what’s left of an ancient ship and attempts to fix it to achieve her goals. But what she doesn’t realize is that this ship seems to have a soul.
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Villain by Michael Grant
In the second book in this spinoff series, it’s been four years since the events of Gone, and the entire human race is in danger. An alien virus is spawning monsters that terrorize the world, with little hope of any society surviving. In the midst of all this chaos, a new villain appears, one with the power to control anyone only using the sound of his voice. No one is a match against him, except for a group of superheroes with extraordinary powers.
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My Dear Hamilton: a novel of Eliza Schuyler Hamilton by Stephanie Dray
Eliza Schuyler Hamilton tells her story in this historical fiction. Eliza was many things: a founding mother, a general’s daughter, a betrayed wife in the middle of America’s first political sex scandal, and a grieving widow determined to carry on her husband’s legacy.
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Kate Foley also blogs at themagicviolinist.blogspot.com.