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The Elvis book library is a particularly eclectic one. As a niche market new age releases have a passionate readership and while most titles are arguably unknown to the majority of Elvis fans that in no way minimises their potential significance or insight for interested readers. Part biography and part revelation it is certainly not your usual book written around Elvis. Ms Thomas is a new age devotee with many years of experience and practice.

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By William Bibbiani Green Book is a sentimental road trip buddy picture about racism and classism and snobbery in the middle of the 20th century, starring Viggo Mortensen as an Italian-American working class joe, hired to chauffeur one of the most celebrated artists in America through the South on a multi-city tour.

That artist is Dr. Don Shirley, played by Mahershala Ali, and along the way both men have heck of a lot to learn about racism. Unfortunately, their efforts are not enough to make Green Book work. Thematically, Green Book practically shoots itself in its own feet and then it tries to sprint.

Tony watches suspiciously as the plumbers drink from his glasses, and then as soon as they leave, he throws those glasses away.

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Tony is portrayed as remarkably enlightened, and even more knowledgable and respectful about black popular culture than Shirley is. In contrast, Don Shirley is stubbornly judgmental about black culture, to the extent that he has to learn a lot of it from Tony Lip.

And the movie portrays his evolution via a newfound, total acceptance of popular art, as though that has more value than what he normally does, i. Which is pretty judgmental of the actual film.

At one point they both end up in the same jail cell for different reasons: But the movie never acknowledges the gross injustice of making that connection between them. Namely, that Don Shirley had to become the most one of the most accomplished and celebrated artists in the entire world just to be treated almost as well as his white chauffeur.

Again, Green Book features delightful performances by Ali and Mortensen. The Verdict Green Book lacks the depth it aspires to, and only works on a very superficial level.Nov 16,  · 'Green Book' review: A reverse 'Driving Miss Daisy,' the period drama cruises on the star power of Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali 'Green Book' review: A .

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And Tall Story is the kind of book that feels familiar and brand new, all at the same time. It will appeal to a wide middle grade audience - both girls and boys because of its strong dual protagonists - and especially to basketball lovers!

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"This book tells the grandest, most compelling story of all time: the story of a true God who loves his children, who established for them a way of salvation and provided a /5(). This book weaved together the story of the bible so beautifully. Although it was not a word for word account of the bible (we would just read the bible if that were the case), it puts the story together.

I actually learnt a lot about the bible and how some things fit together/5. The book is broken down into section which is helpful to the reader. Part One covers the physical differences between the middle schooler and other children.

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