My Lists

  • Originally, this page was a booklist page. But, I love movies just as much as I love books. So, I changed the name to Lists, so I can just list all my favorites.¬†

Social Studies - Books

  • How the States Got Their Shapes

    by Mark Stein Year Published:
    Why is Maryland shaped that way? How come so many states share a common parallel line? This book answers all your questions about the states and their shapes, plus a few you never thought to ask!
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Social Studies - Movies

  • All Quiet on the Western Front

    by No Author Text Year Published:
    Early film on World War I. I find it interesting because, not only is it told from the German point of view, but also because of the way the film shows the hardships and conditions the soldiers faced. So old, it's Not Rated. Get parent approval before you watch; some of the war and hospital scenes may be upsetting.
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  • Battle of Britain

    by No Author Text Year Published:
    About the airstrikes on Great Britain and how they responded. Another of Pop's favs. Please check with your parents before you watch.
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  • Battle of the Bulge

    by No Author Text Year Published:
    Movie about, you guessed it, the Battle of the Bulge during WWII. Actually, haven't seen it in a while, but it's one of my dad's favorites. Please check with your parents before you watch.
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  • National Treasure

    by No Author Text Year Published:
    Great locations in Philadelphia and Washington DC. Some of the information in the dialogue is pretty interesting, too. If you have the DVD, find the hidden features! Rated PG.
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Other movies

  • Holiday Inn

    by No Author Text Year Published:
    One of my all time favorite holiday movies. Who doesn't love Bing Crosby? Not rated.
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