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HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HOLLOWS RELEASE DATE IS JULY 21, 2007!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Pre-ordering is avaible now and I am so excited!!!!

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wow that is amazing


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im reading some parts of midsummer nights dream


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I'm finally reading Eragon. Just bought a copy tonight, so I'll be able to return your's clarinet4!

I may have to take a break and read the "Bridge to Tarabithia" <sp?> Especially since the movie is coming out in a few weeks!


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i'm reading a book called "ttyl" by lauren myracle. it is all gossipy and everything.


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midsummer nights dream is a good book!!!


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I love "Bridge to Teribethia". I read it in like 4th grade and i remember really liking it, but I actually don't remember what it's about. I'm reading Abarat 2 which is really weird and science-fictiony, but has really great illustrations that the author painted himself (gotta love picture books). Its about this girl who gets taken from present day USA from like Kansas or something into this world were each island is a different time. Like one o'clock island and stuff. She has to stop the Midnight King from taking over the whole world and causing eternal darkness.

But a book I recommend to every girl in the world ( maybe guys too, I don't know) is The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. It's not like any other teen fiction book ,or "fluff" book as I call them, I've ever read. What I mean is, this book isn't "fluffy". Its not full of nonsense. Deep stuff. Deep stuff.

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Hey all you "Mid-Summer Night's Dream" readers. Try out for spring drama. The play this year is, you guessed it, Mid-Summer Night's Dream. And since you all are reading it and all, you'll understand perfectly what is going on. Which is convient because the last day to audition/ call backs are on Feb. 8, which is tomorrow.

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im reading this good book called black and white. it is an inspiring book although it is about to boys shooting an old man.


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I finally finished the Left Hander's Syndrome , and man was it depressing! Very interesting, but I am glad to be finished with it.

I am now about 40% through Eragon and am enjoying it immensely! I agree with Clarinet4 that it is pulling heavily from Star Wars and Lord of the Rings...I'm seeing more of the Star Wars influence right now. It is good, none-the-less.

On a professional level, I just ordered two new books, which I look forward to:
Pathways: A Guide for Energizing & Enriching Band, Orchestra, & Choral Programs

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The Creative Director: Alternative Rehearsal Techniques

I'll keep ya posted smile


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