Here are Six Fantastic Christmas Books To Give Your Children for the Holidays

Christmas. It’s, for children, the best holiday of the year. It’s the time of the year when the mysterious Santas Claus grants children’s wishes (as long as they have been nice rather than naughty) and gives them gifts beneath the dazzling, mesmerizing Christmas tree.

These gifts come in all shapes and sizes. Of course, some of those gifts children want are new toys but I’ve personally learned there’s another gift that can sometimes be more special than any toy and that is a book.

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As a child, along with other gifts, my parents would give us books for Christmas (namely Geronimo Stilton books) and it was the best! My sister and I would read those books over and over, marveling at the adventures Geronimo Stilton and his friends embarked upon.

So yes, along with the toys, games, or cute clothes you may give your children this Christmas there should definitely be a new book for them to enjoy mixed in with all of the gifts. Continue reading Here are Six Fantastic Christmas Books To Give Your Children for the Holidays

The Dark Knight Lives (THIRTY-SEVEN)

The next few days passed by like a blur for Commissioner Lynx. So much sorrow had targeted Gotham in a short span of time with four prominent figures in Gotham’s elite society, Mayor Barber Anistello, and Commissioner Gordon all becoming victims to the mysterious Penguin’s violent escapades, leaving her as the city’s new de facto head of justice. And then Mr. Tom Goldman assumed the role as Mayor and everything changed. Even the sun had returned, bathing the city in a light that the citizens of Gotham desperately needed.

It was as if the darkness of the past week had been washed away and order had returned. Order in the form of a wealthy businessman whose main priority was to help the people. Yet, beneath this veil of hope and joy lied an ugliness that was still very present. Continue reading The Dark Knight Lives (THIRTY-SEVEN)

Throwback Friday: My Experience Going To See ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

So yesterday I went to watch Thor: Ragnarok and I had a marvelous time. One of my favorite parts about going to see a movie in the movie theaters is seeing the trailers. When The Last Jedi trailer came on I watched it in quiet awe. There’s a certain feeling Star Wars has that’s beyond any other movie experience. I’m predicting that The Last Jedi is going to be a very intense movie. Black Panther‘s trailer was also remarkable too. The technology, the world, the characters, I mean Marvel is just refusing to back down and make a mediocre movie. Black Panther is going to be an absolutely fantastic film.

The movie itself was spectacular, the atmosphere was fun, and I just simply had a wonderful experience watching Thor: Ragnarok.

When the movie was finished I couldn’t help but take a picture alongside Thor and his buddies. Continue reading Throwback Friday: My Experience Going To See ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

If Only She Could Tell the Truth: Part 19

Qi’ra heard the chaos before she saw it. As she emerged from the facility’s tunnels blaster fire and yells filled the air. She scanned the area before her, clouds of steam from the pools of green liquid partially obscuring her view, and finally, her gaze fell upon the Millennium Falcon which sat like a beacon across the way.

She unclipped her blaster, following behind Tobias Beckett who forged ahead, blasters blazing. A Pyke guard shot at her back but fortunately missed. She whirled, her red cape sweeping around her, and shot him dead in the chest.

Another Pyke charged her left side and she immediately ducked before shooting him directly in the face. He fell into a nearby pool. Continue reading If Only She Could Tell the Truth: Part 19