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Late March 2008

Teenreads.com Newsletter Late March 2008
This Month on Teenreads.com

Fun in Minneapolis and New Giveaways at Teenreads.com 

Introducing Teenreads.com's Grab Bag of Books Contest!

New Special Feature: PERFECT YOU by Elizabeth Scott

New Special Feature: A LITTLE FRIENDLY ADVICE by Siobhan Vivian

Special Feature: GOSSAMER by Lois Lowry --- Now Available in Paperback

Book Giveaway: CATHY'S BOOK --- Now Available in Paperback

Book Giveaway: GAMMA GLAMMA by Kim Flores

Now in Stores: MAXIMUM RIDE #4: THE FINAL WARNING by James Patterson

Now in Stores: PAYBACK: The Secret Life of Samantha McGregor, Book 4 by Melody Carlson

Now in Stores: PRAYED UP: Perry Skky Jr. Series #4 by Stephanie Perry Moore

Cool New Books for March

March's New in Paperback Roundup

Teenreads.com's Most Recent Reviews

Poll and Question: Talking About Books with Friends

Word of Mouth: Tell Us What You're Reading and You Could Win A Book!

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Fun in Minneapolis and New Giveaways at Teenreads.com 

I spent last week at the Public Library Association National Conference in Minneapolis, MN. Let me tell you, librarians have it figured out. If you don't know what programs your local library is offering, I definitely recommend looking into them. Some of the buzz at the conference was about graphic novels --- I know a lot of you are big fans. In the months to come we'll be adding reviews of graphic novels, but in the meantime check out our manga reviews.

If you live near Minneapolis, or are ever visiting, I highly recommend stopping by the Kerlan Collection at the University of Minnesota. They have a collection of thousands of original manuscripts of children's books as well as early sketches and drafts of illustrations for these works. I got to see Kate DiCamillo's handwritten notes in the margins of a draft of THE MIRACULOUS JOURNEY OF EDWARD TULANE and sketches by Don Freeman, who many of you know as the illustrator of the Corduroy books. I wore white gloves to view the illustrations. Very cool! Please note that those of you between 14 and 18 will need an adult with you to view these works; anyone under 14 should inquire before you make this visit since typically no one under 14 is allowed to view these works.

There is LOTS going on at Teenreads.com. We’re excited to announce the start of our brand new Grab Bag of Books contest. Every month five readers will be awarded a Teenreads.com signature tote bag filled with some great books. To kick off the festivities, we’ll be giving away these five titles: THE DISREPUTABLE HISTORY OF FRANKIE LANDAU-BANKS by E. Lockhart, HOTLANTA by Denene Millner and Mitzi Miller, HOW TO BE POPULAR by Meg Cabot (signed by the author!), QUEST FOR THE LOST CITY OF GOLD by Stephen Biesty and YOGA FOR TEENS CARD DECK by Mary Kaye Chryssicas. 

Speaking of cool contests, we’re also giving away copies of CATHY’S BOOK, which is now available in paperback. This interactive novel is a unique and suspenseful story of one girl's attempts to unravel a mystery that keeps getting bigger. You can also enter to win a copy of GAMMA GLAMMA by Kim Flores, and in our Word of Mouth contest one lucky reader will receive a copy of THE FINAL WARNING, the fourth installment in James Patterson’s Maximum Ride series.

Among the books we’re currently spotlighting is PERFECT YOU, about a girl whose entire life is pretty much miserable. She has mortifying parents, a suddenly-popular (and mean) former best friend and a completely uninterested crush. You can get the inside scoop by reading our interview with author Elizabeth Scott, whose debut novel, BLOOM, was a success last year.

The protagonist in PERFECT YOU has no friends, but the main character in A LITTLE FRIENDLY ADVICE has the opposite problem --- too many people telling her what to do and how to feel. In her interview with Teenreads.com's Alexis Burling, author Siobhan Vivian talks about her inspiration for the book and how one should go about giving "a little friendly advice." 

April is National Poetry Month…so what better way to celebrate than to enter the Claudia Ann Seaman Poetry Award Contest? You could win $500 and get your winning poem published!

Don't forget to check out our most recent reviews, what's cool and new on the shelves and the paperbacks that have just been released. And be sure to answer our new poll and question, which ask you about discussing books with your friends.

One last recommendation. Recently I rented Into the Wild and watched it with my two sons. It's a wonderful movie based on a great book by Jon Krakauer about a young man who ditches his normal upbringing to wander in the Alaskan wilderness. We really enjoyed it. (It's rated R, so do check with your parents before renting it.) After it was over my older son ordered the book and read it in a day. He now wants me to read it so we can talk about it. Should be fun.

Happy reading!

Carol Fitzgerald (Carol@bookreporter.com)

 

Introducing Teenreads.com's Grab Bag of Books Contest!

Teenreads.com is excited to announce the start of our brand new Grab Bag of Books contest. Every month five readers will be awarded a Teenreads.com signature tote bag filled with some of the hottest books --- and may even include a sneak peak at titles that haven’t been released yet. This contest period’s winners will each receive a copy of THE DISREPUTABLE HISTORY OF FRANKIE LANDAU-BANKS by E. Lockhart, HOTLANTA by Denene Millner and Mitzi Miller, HOW TO BE POPULAR by Meg Cabot (signed by the author!), QUEST FOR THE LOST CITY OF GOLD by Stephen Biesty and YOGA FOR TEENS CARD DECK by Mary Kaye Chryssicas.
 
Click here for all the contest details.

 

New Special Feature: PERFECT YOU by Elizabeth Scott

While the main character in Elizabeth Scott's debut novel, BLOOM, appears to have everything a teenage girl could possibly want, the protagonist in her latest work of fiction, PERFECT YOU, is painfully aware of how imperfect her life seems --- to both herself and those around her. In this interview with Teenreads.com's Alexis Burling, Scott delves into some of the most difficult aspects of teenage life captured in this book, from relationship woes and failing friendships to personal insecurities and dealing with unconventional parents. She also discusses her inspiration behind the story and how the finished product differed from the original idea, and sheds light on the sage advice offered by one of the novel's unlikely characters.

PERFECT YOU by Elizabeth Scott (Fiction)
Kate Brown's life can't get much worse. Her family is driving her crazy, and her best friend, Anna, has decided they aren't friends anymore.

And then there's Will. Gorgeous, unattainable Will, who Kate pretends she can't stand. But when he starts acting interested, she can't resist, even though Kate is sure she means nothing to him.

Kate thinks things will stop hurting if she keeps to herself and doesn't care about anyone or anything. What she doesn't realize is that while life may not be perfect, good things can happen --- but only if she lets them.


-Click here to read an excerpt from PERFECT YOU.
-Click here to read our interview with Elizabeth Scott.
-Click here to read Elizabeth Scott's bio.
-Visit the author's official website, www.ElizabethWrites.com.
-Click here for details about a special contest that gives YOU the chance to win an iPod nano and more!

 

Click here to read a review of PERFECT YOU.


 

New Special Feature: A LITTLE FRIENDLY ADVICE by Siobhan Vivian

In this interview with Teenreads.com's Alexis Burling, Siobhan Vivian --- author of A LITTLE FRIENDLY ADVICE --- describes how the dynamic amongst her own group of friends in high school inspired the plot of her debut novel, and sheds some light on why each character acts the way she does, given her upbringing and family relationships. She also weighs in on the best way to give advice, talks about her favorite part of the publishing process and shares details on her next book, SAME DIFFERENCE.

A LITTLE FRIENDLY ADVICE by Siobhan Vivian (Fiction)
Ruby is turning 16…but the day doesn't turn out to be as sweet as it's supposed to be. Her long lost father shows up, and Ruby doesn't want to have anything to do with him. Instead, she wants to hang out with her friends --- loyal Beth, dangerous Katherine and gossipy Maria. They have plenty of advice for her --- about boys, about her dad, about how she should look and what she should be feeling. But really, Ruby doesn't know what to think or feel. Especially when a new boy comes into the picture…and Ruby discovers some of her friends aren't as truthful as they say.


-Click here to read an excerpt from A LITTLE FRIENDLY ADVICE.
-Click here to read our interview with Siobhan Vivian.
-Click here to read
Siobhan Vivian's bio.
 

Click here to read a review of A LITTLE FRIENDLY ADVICE.

 

Special Feature: GOSSAMER by Lois Lowry --- Now Available in Paperback

Lois Lowry has written over 30 books for young readers, including the Newbery Award-winning novels NUMBER THE STARS and THE GIVER. In this interview with Teenreads.com's Alexis Burling, Lowry recalls the painful yet intriguing event that inspired her 2006 work of fiction, GOSSAMER (now available in paperback), and explains what "stereotypes" her characters are meant to represent. She also draws parallels between one of the book's main themes and that of a previous title, and shares a few objects from her own home to which her fictional dreamgivers would pay special attention.

GOSSAMER by Lois Lowry (Fantasy)
Littlest One is a tiny creature slowly learning her job of giving dreams to humans. Each night she and her teacher, Thin Elderly, visit an old woman's home where she softly touches beloved objects, gathering happy memories, and drops of old scents and sounds. Littlest One pieces these bits together and presents them to her sleeping human in the form of pleasant dreams. But the dreaded Sinisteeds, dark fearsome creatures that plague their victims with nightmares, are always at work against the dreamgivers. When the old woman takes in John, an angry foster child with a troubled past, the Sinisteeds go after him with their horrifying nightmares. Can Littlest One, and her touch light as gossamer, protect John's heart and soul from the nightmare of his dark past?

-Click here to read an excerpt from GOSSAMER.
-Click here to read our interview with Lois Lowry.
-Click here to read Lois Lowry's bio.

 

Click here to read a review of GOSSAMER.                    


 

Book Giveaway: CATHY'S BOOK --- Now Available in Paperback

CATHY'S BOOK is a unique and suspenseful story of one girl's attempts to unravel a mystery that keeps getting bigger, in a strange and fascinating world where things often aren't as they appear. This interactive novel features letters, photographs, date book entries, telephone numbers you can call and websites you can access to learn more about the story. CATHY’S BOOK is now available in trade paperback, and to celebrate its release, Teenreads.com is offering 25 readers the chance to win a copy of the book. To enter, please fill out this form by Wednesday, May 14th.

In May we will announce the details of an exciting giveaway involving CATHY'S KEY, the sequel to CATHY'S BOOK, which releases on May 5th.

CATHY'S BOOK: If Found Call (650) 266-8283
Things weren't so peachy in Cathy's life before Victor broke up with her. Her father died unexpectedly, she's failing school and her best friend is mad at her. But when Cathy decides to investigate Victor's reasons for ending their relationship, things suddenly go from bad to worse as her findings produce more questions than answers.

Through Cathy's unique and irresistible voice --- and lots of proof in the form of letters, photographs, date book entries, telephone numbers readers can call, websites they can access, as well as secrets only a careful reader will be able to decipher --- readers will enter a strange and fascinating world where things often aren't how they appear.


-Click here to read more about CATHY’S BOOK.
-Click here to read a review of CATHY'S BOOK.
-Visit the book’s official website, www.CathysBook.com.
-Check out Cathy's MySpace page, www.myspace.com/cathy_vickers.
 

Click here for all the contest details.


 

Book Giveaway: GAMMA GLAMMA by Kim Flores

To celebrate the release of GAMMA GLAMMA by Kim Flores, in which a freshman risks losing her best friend, her crush and her reputation on national TV with one fateful science project, Teenreads.com is offering 20 readers the chance to win a copy of the book. To enter, please fill out this form by Monday, April 21st.

GAMMA GLAMMA by Kim Flores (Fiction)
In her freshman year at Gamma High, Luz Santos has been chosen to enter the regional science competition. The only problem is, it’s taking place the same weekend as the Homecoming Dance. Luz’s solution: devise a scientific experiment so hideous it will knock her out of the science contest and leave her free to attend the dance.

-Click here to read more about GAMMA GLAMMA.
 

Click here for all the contest details.

 

Now in Stores: MAXIMUM RIDE #4: THE FINAL WARNING by James Patterson

MAXIMUM RIDE #4: THE FINAL WARNING by James Patterson (Fantasy/Action & Adventure)
Max and her flock of human/bird hybrids are back for their fourth installment of nonstop action and adventure. It wouldn’t be a Maximum Ride book without our heroes facing gigantic, seemingly impossible challenges, like escaping the evil scientists and saving the world. This time, the flock heads to Antarctica to study and combat global warming. Reviewed by Chris Shanley-Dillman.

-Click here to read an excerpt from THE FINAL WARNING.
 

Click here to read a review of THE FINAL WARNING.

 
Now in Stores: PAYBACK: The Secret Life of Samantha McGregor, Book 4 by Melody Carlson

PAYBACK: The Secret Life of Samantha McGregor, Book 4 by Melody Carlson (Fiction)
In the fourth and final book in The Secret Life of Samantha McGregor series, Samantha’s visions lead her into an investigation of a potential terrorism threat at a local school. Closer to home, she’s coping with her mom’s new boyfriend who seems too good to be true and a school bully situation that is getting out of hand. Samantha must rely on her deep faith in God to deal with her visions and the troubling issues they reveal.

-Click here to read a review of PAYBACK.

 

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Now in Stores: PRAYED UP: Perry Skky Jr. Series #4 by Stephanie Perry Moore

PRAYED UP: Perry Skky Jr. Series #4 by Stephanie Perry Moore (Fiction)
Perry Skky Jr. is having regrets about taking his relationship with Savoy to the next level --- and the anxiety is starting to affect his game. When he drops a pass during the season opener, the press has a field day. But things are put into perspective when on their flight home, the pilot has to make an emergency landing. Suddenly Perry starts to see things clearly, and he realizes he’s let God and his team down.
 
Click here to read more about PRAYED UP.

 

Cool New Books for March

March's roundup of Cool New Books includes THE FINAL WARNING, the fourth installment in James Patterson's high-flying Maximum Ride series; YOU KNOW WHERE TO FIND ME by Rachel Cohn, a painfully realistic exploration of teen suicide and drug abuse; THE DISREPUTABLE HISTORY OF FRANKIE LANDAU-BANKS, E. Lockhart's story of a teenager who finds a way to infiltrate her school's boy-only secret society and practically becomes a criminal mastermind by the age of 16; THE SWAN KINGDOM, Zoe Marriott's fantasy debut about a girl with powerful healing gifts and the courage to use them to save her ailing kingdom; and THE FORTUNES OF INDIGO SKYE by Deb Caletti, in which the life of the main character is transformed in unexpected ways after receiving a check for millions of dollars.
 
Click here to read our Cool New Books feature for March.

 

March's New in Paperback Roundup

March's roundup of New in Paperback titles includes HOW TO BE POPULAR, a stand-alone novel from Meg Cabot about an adolescent determined to become popular --- even if it means turning her back on the people who care for her the most; BEC, book four in The Demonata horror series by Cirque du Freak author Darren Shan; BRIANA'S GIFT, Lurlene McDaniel's heartwarming story of two sisters and the choices that will change their lives; LEONARDO'S SHADOW, a Renaissance thriller from debut novelist Christopher Grey featuring Leonardo da Vinci and his servant boy; and THE NATURE OF JADE by Deb Caletti, in which a teenage girl learns a terrible secret about a young man she falls in love with that forces her to make some very tough choices.
 
Click here to see what's New in Paperback for March.

 

Teenreads.com's Most Recent Reviews

Teenreads.com Reviews:

YOU KNOW WHERE TO FIND ME by Rachel Cohn (Fiction)
First cousins Laura and Miles grew up like sisters. Miles thought of Laura as the golden one --- smart, beautiful, rich and popular --- while Miles considered herself the unwanted one --- an unattractive, underachieving outcast. Laura's shocking suicide shatters Miles and leaves her feeling completely alone, setting her on a dangerous downward spiral. Reviewed by Norah Piehl.

HOW I SAVED MY FATHER'S LIFE (AND RUINED EVERYTHING ELSE) by Ann Hood (Fiction)
Twelve-year-old Madeline believes she can perform miracles. And her biggest one to date is saving her father from an avalanche. But when he divorces Madeline's mother after his recovery and remarries, Madeline is left wondering how to perform the miracle that will fix it all. Reviewed by Terry Miller Shannon.

THE YEAR MY SISTER GOT LUCKY by Aimee Friedman (Fiction)
Katie Wilder loves living in New York City, which offers everything she holds dear, including the ballet studio where she and her sister, Michaela, spend every spare moment. Then her parents spring a huge announcement --- they're moving to the country! Michaela blends right in, but Katie feels like a foreigner. Will Katie's new address ever feel like home? Reviewed by Chris Shanley-Dillman.

HURRICANE by Terry Trueman (Fiction)
In 1998, Honduras is torn apart by Hurricane Mitch. Thirteen-year-old Jose Cruz must grow up in a hurry and dig deep to find courage in order to take care of his family and neighbors when their village is destroyed. To make matters even worse, his father, his two older siblings and his beloved dog are missing. Reviewed by Chris Shanley-Dillman.

THE REDHEADED PRINCESS by Ann Rinaldi (Historical Fiction)
Growing up, Elizabeth fears she can never be Queen. Although she is the King's daughter, no woman can ever hope to rule over men in England, especially when her mother has been executed for treason. And despite her royal blood, Elizabeth's life is fraught with danger and uncertainty. Reviewed by Sarah Rachel Egelman.

DARKSIDE, Book 1 by Tom Becker (Fantasy/Action & Adventure)
Jonathan Starling's home has been attacked, his dad is in an asylum, he's running for his life, and there's nowhere to hide. And now he has stumbled upon London's greatest secret: Darkside. Incredibly dangerous and unimaginably exciting, Darkside is the creepiest place Jonathan has ever seen --- and he has to find a way out. Reviewed by Sarah Sawtelle.

THE BOY WHO DARED by Susan Campbell Bartoletti (Historical Fiction)
Susan Campbell Bartoletti's dark and suspenseful novel is based on the true story of a German teenager who was once a member of the Hitler Youth. Helmuth Guddat Hubner is the boy who dared to stand up against the Nazis during World War II. Bartoletti tells Helmuth's story through fictional flashbacks weaved in with historical facts and interviews she conducted with his family and friends. Reviewed by Donna Volkenannt.

SNOW FALLING IN SPRING: Coming of Age in China During the Cultural Revolution by Moying Li (Memoir)
Moying Li's SNOW FALLING IN SPRING is a memoir of growing up during the personal and political turmoil of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Written with clarity and eloquence, Li's story is about the difficulty of being separated from the people and places she loves. It is also about the solace she finds in banned books and forbidden education during those years of darkness. Reviewed by Sarah A. Wood.

THREE LITTLE WORDS: A Memoir by Ashley Rhodes-Courter (Memoir)
Ashley Rhodes was only three when she entered the foster care system. She spent nine heartbreaking years enduring 14 foster homes. A natural storyteller, Ashley shares her experiences in a manner that will make readers sad and angry, but will also inspire them. Reviewed by Terry Miller Shannon.

ABSOLUTE BRIGHTNESS by James Lecesne (Fiction)
Fifteen-year-old Phoebe Hertle isn't thrilled when she hears that her cousin is coming to live with them. When Leonard arrives, he couldn't be more of a surprise --- or a pain in the neck. But despite her best efforts not to, a part of Phoebe begins to care. And then Leonard disappears... Reviewed by Chris Shanley-Dillman.

UNLEASHED by Kristopher Reisz (Urban Fantasy/Action & Adventure)
Get ready for a dark story to be unleashed on you, as Kristopher Reisz introduces readers to a group of outcasts who become wolves and prowl the City of Birmingham at night. The book turns what you think you know about jocks and loners on its head to deliver suspense and magic. Reviewed by Amy Alessio.


-Click here to read our Teenreads.com reviews.


Manga Reviews:

The following reviews are courtesy of the graphic novel review website for teens No Flying No Tights:


ATELIER MARIE AND ELIE - Zarlburg Alchemist, Volume 1 by Yoshihiko Ochi
When Marie, Zarlburg Royal Magic Academy's prodigal daughter and premier alchemist, returns to her alma mater after thrilling journeys in many foreign lands, she suddenly realizes that things are not too exciting at home. But all that changes after running into fellow alchemist Elie, who has plans to open an alchemy workshop and become famous. Reviewed by Snow Wildsmith.

HIKKATSU! Volumes 1 and 2 by Yu Yagami
Shota trained atop Mt. Fuji in self-imposed isolation for years learning to perfect his technique. Stoic, single-minded and powerful, this young karate student is working toward one goal --- to fix all machinery with only the power of his fists! Reviewed by Robin Brenner.

THE KNOCKOUT MAKERS, Volume 1 by Kyoko Hashimoto
Toshihiro does makeup. Ryouhei does skin treatments, fitness and diet. Nobuo does hair. Together they are "The Knockout Makers." By asking for their help on a special cell phone website only available for 10 minutes at midnight, girls who want to change their image, to become more than what they are, have their dreams answered. Reviewed by Snow Wildsmith.


-Click here to read our Manga reviews.
 


Christian Fiction Reviews:

The Lost Books

CHOSEN: The Lost Books #1 by Ted Dekker (Fiction)
The land of the Forest Dwellers has been decimated by the Horde under the watchful eye of the vilest of all creatures, Teeleh. Thomas Hunter, supreme commander of the Forest Guard, is forced to lower the recruitment age of his army from 18 to 16. From among thousands, four new recruits are chosen to lead --- and perhaps die --- for the greater good. Reviewed by Michele Howe.

Sierra Jensen

TAKE MY HAND - Sierra Jensen: Volume Four, Book Twelve by Robin Jones Gunn (Fiction)
As the final book in the Sierra Jensen series begins, Sierra is starting college and her older sister, Tawni, is engaged to Paul's older brother, Jeremy. As the two families prepare for the wedding, Sierra's excitement grows. At last, she and Paul will be together face to face! But their longed-for reunion is marred by a costly misunderstanding that turns Paul away and sends Sierra off to college hurt and confused. Reviewed by Jennifer Crosby.

Christy and Todd: The College Years

UNTIL TOMORROW - Christy and Todd: The College Years, Book One by Robin Jones Gunn (Fiction)
In the first book of this follow-up trilogy to Robin Jones Gunn's Christy Miller series, 19-year-old Christy is living and studying in Switzerland at an international university. After being on her own for nearly a year, she gets a wonderful treat when her two closest friends --- Todd and Katie --- come to Europe to visit and travel during summer break. Each has very different expectations for the trip that threaten to ruin their precious time together. Reviewed by Jennifer Crosby.


-Click here to read our Christian Fiction reviews.
 


Recent Bookreporter.com Titles Perfect for Teens:

HOPE'S BOY: A Memoir by Andrew Bridge (Memoir)
Andrew Bridge loves his mother. This is a certainty you will carry away after reading this harrowing memoir of a little boy lost --- taken away by the system and then trapped in it, abandoned not by his mom but by departments and laws and social servants. In all, as a child, Andrew had two years with Hope, the mentally ill girl who gave birth to him at age 17 and tried her best to make a home for him in her own nightmarish hand-to-mouth existence. Reviewed by Barbara Bamberger Scott.

BEFORE GREEN GABLES: The Prequel to Anne of Green Gables by Budge Wilson (Fiction)
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the publication of L.M. Montgomery's classic novel ANNE OF GREEN GABLES, noted Canadian author Budge Wilson has written BEFORE GREEN GABLES, a prequel detailing all that came before in the young life of redheaded spitfire Anne Shirley. Reviewed by Bronwyn Miller.

LADY MACBETH by Susan Fraser King (Historical Fiction)
Susan Fraser King's new novel covers the life of a young Celtic girl who became Queen Macbeth, living through fierce battles beside her husband and bearing a child destined to become king of Scotland a thousand years ago. Reviewed by Kate Ayers.


-Click here to read the Bookreporter.com titles perfect for teens.

 

Poll and Question: Talking About Books with Friends

Poll:

Outside of school assignments, do you talk about books with your friends?

All of the time
Some of the time
Never
I would love to do this, but I do not.

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Question:

What book (name up to three) that you recently read would you most like to talk about with a friend?

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Word of Mouth: Tell Us What You're Reading and You Could Win A Book!

This contest period, one teen reader will be randomly chosen to win a copy of MAXIMUM RIDE #4: THE FINAL WARNING by James Patterson. See the official rules here. To put your name in the hat, submit your current reading list and ratings by completing the form here.
Click here to see the most recent Word of Mouth comments.

 

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