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?? the two actresses who have each voiced iconic characters for Disney Ellen brings out cardboard cut-outs for the two to stick their faces into there was something to show for it We learned that the faster we figured out the price tag on our skills "We aren’t doing anything new or different this year “This nation must survive The suit Trumps violations through his Washington @AnneHolton and I offer our condolences to the Bush family tonight the BJP president also referred to a government bill While useful in easing hallucinations and delusions Apple’s iTunes service long dominated digital music sales” “There is no basis for Netflix to assert that issues with respect to playback of any particular video session are attributable solely to the Verizon network” Though Netflix inked a deal with Verizon to improve streaming speed in April said the company needed a CEO with "a defining vision" for the company That bodes well for Periscopethree super tackles (The differing opinions caused some confusion" Schwab said Visitation: Tuesday from 5-7 pmIDEAS Feldman is the Books & Special Projects Editor for TIME Some of the most difficult issues facing us this past year sexual harassment police brutality and mental health surfaced as themes in childrens books and young adult literature In his first novel since The Fault in Our Stars beloved YA writer John Green tackled the anguish of living with obsessive compulsive disorder Angie Thomas a debut novelist captured the internal turmoil experienced by a black girl who witnesses her friend’s death at the hands of the police Jennifer Mathieu created a playbook for a new generation of teen feminists Here listed in order of publisher’s recommended reader age oldest to youngest are the best reads of 2017 for teens and kids 10 The Hate U Give Angie Thomas Balzer + Bray Starr Carter 16 is the only witness in the fatal police shooting of her unarmed friend Khalil When shes called to testify her carefully separated worlds the predominantly white prep school where she spends her days and the neighborhood she calls home threaten to collide Angie Thomass debut novel longlisted for the National Book Award draws on the stories and language of the Black Lives Matter movement Buy it on Amazon 9 Turtles All the Way Down John Green Dutton Books for Young Readers The author of The Fault in Our Stars and Paper Towns weaves a tale about the disappearance of a white-collar crook the $100000 bounty on his whereabouts and two teen girls set on finding him Sixteen-year-old Aza Holmes sparks a relationship with the criminals son and hunts for the truth while battling debilitating anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder a condition shared by Green himself Buy it on Amazon 8 History Is All You Left Me Adam Silvera SoHo Teen Silvera broke out in 2015 with More Happy Than Not about a teen grieving the loss of his father In his latest he tackles grief once more Griffin always imagined hed reunite with his first love Theo the boy with whom he discovered his sexual identity So when Theo suddenly dies Griffin is left with a new vision for his future Buy it on Amazon 7 Moxie Jennifer Mathieu Roaring Brook Press In a Texas high school where football players sexually harass girls in the hallways and the administration enforces a dress code steeped in double standards junior Viv Carter takes a scheme out of her former Riot Grrrl mothers playbook to fight back She launches an anonymous zine Moxie which soon catches and starts a feminist rebellion at school Buy it on Amazon 6 I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter Erika L Sánchez Penguin Random House A “perfect” Mexican daughter in the eyes of Julia Reyes family never strays far from home behaves conservatively and helps her parents with their work Julia unlike her older sister Olga has no aspirations to be perfect she wants to escape Chicago go to college in New York and become a writer But after Olga dies in a tragic accident Julia discovers her sister might not have been the girl she seemed Buy it on Amazon 5 The Stars Beneath Our Feet David Barclay Moore Penguin Random House Just months before Christmas Lolly Rachpauls older brother is killed in a gang-related shooting a source of constant pressure for the boys in their Harlem neighborhood When the holiday rolls around Lolly and his mother Trini named for her parents home country of Trinidad arent much in the mood for celebration But a gift from Trinis girlfriend a load of Legos Lolly will build into a city carries the potential to turn things around Actor Michael B Jordan is set to make his directorial debut on the film adaptation Buy it on Amazon 4 Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow Jessica Townsend Little Brown Books for Young Readers Morrigan Crow is cursed blamed for her every bad event in her town At 11 years old she has only one year left to live until a mysterious patron arrives to sweep her away to Nevermoor where shell compete in a tournament to join the Wundrous Society for extraordinarily talented children The only problem is she has no talents or so she believes The novel the first in a series has drawn comparisons to Harry Potter and will be adapted for film Buy it on Amazon 3 Over and Under the Pond Kate Messner (Author) Christopher Silas Neal (Illustrator) Chronicle Books The author and illustrator team behind Over and Under the Snow and Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt dive underwater to tell the story of the creatures and critters who live in a pond A boy and his mother paddle a canoe peering down at otters hunting for tasty mussels and caddisfly larvae slipping under the sand Buy it on Amazon 2 Blue Sky White Stars Sarvinder Naberhaus (Author) Kadir Nelson (Illustrator) Penguin Random House In just a few words brought to life by opulent paintings Blue Sky White Stars celebrates America from the landscapes evoked by the red rows and white stars of the flag to the diverse hopeful faces of its citizens Buy it on Amazon 1 Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth Oliver Jeffers Penguin Random House What is land Where do we live in the universe Theres so much to explain to a small child Jeffers a best-selling childrens author and illustrator gets the conversation started with a delightfully illustrated overview of the things he thinks his son ought to know Buy it on Amazon (Read TIMEs affiliate link policy) Write to Lucy Feldman at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsOne candidate wants everyone to relax over those emails A second is convinced he can start a political revolution Another demands more debates The other hopes you remember who he is What began as an orderly quorum to rally Democrats for the 2016 general election spiraled on Friday into a chaotic pageant of candidates slamming debate schedules assuaging fears over emails lambasting Donald Trump and demanding political revolution Four of the five Democratic candidates for president addressed the Democratic National Committee members and leaders at the party’s summer meeting in Minneapolis each seeking something different The three-day confab is a key forum for the Democratic candidates to garner establishment support for their campaigns Their speeches on Friday evinced tensions within the party and a wide range of interests But one battle line was clear: there’s the establishment wing of the party and there’s everyone else Heres what each of the candidates aimed to prove at the DNC summer meeting in the order that they spoke Lincoln Chafee: The former Rhode Island governor and senator who has the mild demeanor of a mid-level manager is polling at an unenviable 05% So Chafee spent most of his brief speech reminding the Democratic Party who he is He boasted of his qualifications telling the audience that as a prescient senator from Rhode Island in the early 2000s he voted against the Iraq War warned of the dangers of climate change and supported a bipartisan immigration bill Plus he has never been accused of a major scandal “And all through these 30 years of public service Ive had no scandal” Chafee said “Im proud of that" Hillary Clinton: The Democratic frontrunner firmly in the lead for the nomination with nearly 50% in an average of recent national polls aimed to assure the DNCs leadership that she is the strongest candidate to rebuild the party after bad losses in the 2010 and 2014 midterms She vowed on Friday to help rebuild a Democratic Party whose ranks have been thinned by losses at the local and state level telling top leaders of the Democratic National Committee that her campaign will help Democrats “win up and down the ticket” “I’m building an organization in all 50 states with hundreds of thousands of volunteers who will help Democrats win races up and down the ticket not just the presidential campaign” Clinton said “You know in 2010 Republicans routed us on redistricting not because they won Congress but because they won state legislatures It’s time to rebuild our party from the ground up And if you make me the nominee thats exactly what Ill do” Meanwhile her surrogates rounded up super-delegates at the DNC three-day meeting in an effort to build up a bulwark of support before the primary contests next year Her goal is to assure Democrats uneasy after a rough August of press around her use of a personal email server Clinton also told reporters after her speech that the obsession with her emails is a passing fad “I’m not frustrated” she said in response to a reporter’s question who asked her how she is feeling about a kerfuffle that has damaged her trustworthiness among voters “I’m just trying to explain for people who have never had to follow this before that is is complicated There’s nothing unique about [the] process being conducted around my emails” Clinton whose Priorities USA super PAC was trailing behind Jeb Bush’s fundraising efforts by nearly $100 million as of June compared high-dollar fundraisers to the wealthy industrial magnates of old “The robber barons of the late-19th century handed public officials bags of cash” Clinton said “Now we have secret unaccountable money that distorts our elections and drowns out the voices of everyday Americans” The Republican Party Clinton said is scrambling over itself to look backwards “The party of Lincoln has become the party of Trump” she said The Democrats on the other hand: “We’re building something that will last long after next November” she said Martin OMalley: OMalley the former governor of Maryland has had the most trouble gaining momentum in the race despite months of campaigning and 15 years as an executive first in Baltimore and then in the Annapolis statehouse What’s more the governor’s impassioned calls in primetime national television interviews for more Democratic debates have gone entirely unheeded DNC chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz has repeatedly defended the debate rules which limit the number of debates to six and prohibit candidates from participating in any others That may explain why OMalley delivered a barn-burning speech attacking the Democratic establishment for limiting the number of debates "The Republicans stand before the nation malign our President’s record of achievements denigrate women and immigrant families double-down on trickle-down and tell their false story" OMalley said “We respond with crickets tumbleweeds and a cynical move to delay and limit our own Party debates” And thenwith Wasserman-Schultz standing feet away from O’Malleythe kicker “This is totally unprecedented in our party” O’Malley continued “This sort of rigged process has never been attempted before Whose decree is it Where did it come from To what end For what purpose What national or party interest does this decree serve" The Sanders section of the crowd roared their enthusiasm “We are the Democratic Party not the undemocratic Party” O’Malley continued “Our party must not cower from this debate we must engage the debate” When the speech was over Wasserman-Schultz gave OMalley a terse handshake "Thank you Governor OMalley" she said Bernie Sanders: The Vermont Senator has convinced much of the Democratic base that hes the strongest candidate for the job The next big step for his campaign began on Friday with the Independent from Vermont aiming to convince the Democratic leadership that he is the best candidate for the Democratic nomination At the heart of Sanders message: Clinton cant win the same grassroots support he can "Democrats will not retain the White Housewill not regain the Senate or the US House of Representatives will not be successful in dozens of governors races all across this countryunless we generate excitement and momentum and produce a huge voter turnout" Sanders said Sanders offered somber advice for the party heads But he was more polite than O’Malley "With all due respect and I do not mean to insult anyone here that turnoutthat enthusiasmwill not happen with politics as usual" He also aimed some subtle jabs at Hillary Clinton reminding his audience that he voted against the Iraq War (Clinton voted for it) and he opposes the Keystone Pipeline and the Trans Pacific Partnership (which Clinton has declined to take a stance on) Jim Webb: The former senator for Virginia who is at 1% in national polls was the only candidate to skip the DNC meeting Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz explained that Webb is “taking his daughter to college” Webb’s campaign however added another perspective "His daughter off to college yes" spokesman Craig Crawford in an email to TIME "But also think just my opinion you dont have to read Machiavelli in his native language to understand that the DNC has picked their nominee The DNC/HRC [Hillary Rodham Clinton] hookup is a shotgun wedding with no need for bullets" Also Crawford told the IJReview that Webb talking to the DNC is "about as useful as sticking ones hand into a wood chipper" By July 2016 the party will have chosen its candidate for president and the DNC hopes that the losing candidates will fall in line To hear the DNC leadership tell it that won’t be a problem “We are very happy with the cooperation and thank the candidates for the cooperation that we’ve seen from them to date” Wasserman-Schultz said at the end of her prepared remarks Friday morning “On to victory in 2016 my fellow Democrats thank you so much” Read next: History Indicates That Donald Trumps Campaign Could Be Trouble for the Left Contact us at ed[email protected]) In Arkansas. He said that the beneficiaries were been exposed to community based services like environmental sanitation and beautification, “Some of them were also engage into planting of trees.

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