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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #favoritebook

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Posted: Saturday, June 28, 2014 2:49 pm

I can watch The Great Gatsby over and over again and still want to cry at the end.

I love that my bible automatically opens to Philippians.

The news that John Green’s book Looking For Alaska is going to be turned into a movie just made my night!!! #bestnewsever.

Where’s my Mr. Darcy?

Can’t wait for If I Stay to come out.

To Kill A Mockingbird. You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view.

If Thirteen Reasons Why gets made into a movie and Selena Gomez is the main character, I will be one very happy girl!

So excited The Giver is being made into a movie!

The Fault In Our Stars>>

Wow, thank you! Goodnight June just became my favorite book of 2014. Amazing.

Soooo glad Heaven is For Real is coming out in theaters!!

#ThingsImAddictedTo Catching Fire.

Just went and bought this. Here come the tears. Mitch Albom.

Twitter Trends are collected online at Twitter by Cyndi Carter, Lodi News-Sentinel Learning Link coordinator.

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