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The mission of Professor Owl’s Book Corner is to provide specialized information to young adults with special needs, chronic illness and learning challenges.

Professor Owl’s Book Corner is a hub of resources for young adults (13+) with special needs, chronic illness and learning challenges. Each month we produce a complimentary newsletter to showcase special activities, news and crafts for those who are ill or have needs out of the ordinary.

These activities include reading challenges, games, safe web surfing, prizes and a special page; where we feature monthly heroes from the Variety Foundation.

Professor Owl will also give monthly book reviews and news on the latest YA books that have been released.

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Dancing Dreams, Where Recitals Are Possible For Children With Disabilities #WATWB

The #WATWB was created as a mission to negate the overwhelming negativity that has been present in our social media streams. For every negative news story in the world, there are plenty of positive, uplifting stories that show hope, compassion and the resiliency of everyday people who face insurmountable challenges. Our hope is to share heartwarming stories that lift the human spirit. The last Friday of every month bloggers will share their stories led by six co-hosts, this month’s co-host will be:  Eric Lahti, Roshan Radhakrishnan, Shilpa Garg, Susan Scott and Sylvia McGrath.

At Professor Owl’s Book Corner we love to share positive stories of young people overcoming health challenges.

 

 

 

Professor Owl’s Newsletter, February 24th. 2021

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“The more that you read,
the more things you will know.
The more that you learn,
the more places you’ll go.”
~ Dr. Seuss  

If you would like to tell us about your goals, ask for assistance or information ~ Just drop Professor Owl a note to professorowl@outlook.com 

PON  February 24th. 2021

 

  • Anti-Bullying Day is a day when people wear a pink shirt to symbolise a stand against bullying, an idea that originated in Canada. It is celebrated on various dates around the world. Next Pink Shirt Day is Feb 24, 2021.

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The Field Guide to the North American Teenager 

 

by Ben Philippe  

William C. Morris YA Debut Award Winner!

A hilarious YA contemporary realistic novel about a witty Black French-Canadian teen who moves to Austin, Texas, and experiences the joys, clichés, and awkward humiliations of the American high school experience—including falling in love. Perfect for fans of Nicola Yoon, When Dimple Met Rishi, and John Green. This young adult novel is an excellent choice for accelerated tween readers in grades 7 to 8, especially during homeschooling. It is a fun way to keep your child entertained and engaged while not in the classroom.

Norris Kaplan is clever, cynical, and quite possibly too smart for his own good. A Black French Canadian, he knows from watching American sitcoms that those three things do not bode well when you are moving to Austin, Texas.

Plunked into a new high school and sweating a ridiculous amount from the oppressive Texas heat, Norris finds himself cataloging everyone he meets: The Cheerleaders, the Jocks, the Loners, and even the Manic Pixie Dream Girl. Making a ton of friends has never been a priority for him, and this way he can at least amuse himself until it is time to go back to Canada, where he belongs.

Yet against all odds, those labels soon become actual people to Norris…like loner Liam, who makes it his mission to befriend Norris, or Madison the beta cheerleader, who is so nice that it has to be a trap. Not to mention Aarti the Manic Pixie Dream Girl, who might, in fact, be a real love interest in the making.

But the night of the prom, Norris screws everything up royally. As he tries to pick up the pieces, he realizes it might be time to stop hiding behind his snarky opinions and start living his life—along with the people who have found their way into his heart.

I really enjoyed this book, which was very beautifully written, I loved the main character who I could really relate to because as a child my family moved around a lot as our Dad was an engineer. We would go from one end of the country to the other.  At times I found it hard to adapt but like Norris things did turn out for the best. 

I am sure most people will really enjoy this book, from cover to cover. 

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Available from: www.amazon www.amazon.ca.  www.kobo.com and other fine bookstores.

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Writing prompts are a wonderful way to kick-start your creativity and generate ideas. There isn’t a right or wrong way respond, just be honest, be creative and use your imagination!

“If you don’t get caught, you deserve everything you steal.” ~Daniel Nayeri, Another Faust

Write about what happens when an identity thief steals the wrong person’s identity.  Are they being hunted down by the police, a childhood sweetheart, assassins or worse? 

 Reflect, write and most of all, have fun! 😉

Writing Prompt…A picture is worth a thousand words…

“Still round the corner there may wait
A new road or a secret gate
And though I oft have passed them by
A day will come at last when I
Shall take the hidden paths that run
West of the Moon, East of the Sun.”
~ J.R.R. Tolkien

Write about what lies beyond the secret gate…

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Five Tips for #YoungWriters

Creative writing, although one of my favorite things to do it can be lonely and overwhelming at times especially if you are just starting out. Here are a few tips that may help you ease into your writing life: 

  1. Write for yourself! I mean this from the bottom of my heart, don’t write to impress anyone else but yourself. You don’t have to try to write something that you really wouldn’t read just because it’s trendy. You will be spending a lot of time writing your novel if you don’t love it, chances are neither will the reader. 
  2. You need to read! Read daily and try to read different authors from different countries and in different genres. The more you read the more you’ll see the elements that go into the stories you enjoy. Some novels are driven by brilliant and unique characters, others by intriguing plots. Pay attention to what makes you want to flip the page. Every book you read combined with your experiences and interests will shape your unique writing voice. 
  3. It’s okay for your first draft to be bad! Like anything often first attempts are dismal. Remember the first time you rode a bike, or learned an instrument, did you become an expert after one tryI’m guessing for most of us it takes months if not years of practice to master a skill. Cut yourself some slack. Most of the books we read have been rewritten, edited, and corrected multiple times before publication. First drafts aren’t meant to be perfect; they are in essence just to get the story down, later you can shape and polish your manuscript into a finished novel.
  4. Write every day! Like anything practice generally makes perfect! You exercise regularly to build muscles and stay in shape; you need to do the same for your writing. By writing daily you keep your mind in “writers’ mode” and build your skills with each passing dayKeep a writing journal, use writing prompts, blog, write for your school paper, anything that will help you improve your skills, home in on your writing voice and build your confidence.
  5. Create a writer’s life for yourself! Most likely as with most writers you will still have school, jobs and extracurricular activities that will keep you away from your writing. If you love writing you will find a way to work it into your daily life. Can you get up an hour early or spend one hour less on social media or watching TV/Netflix? Some of my most productive writing times were often spent while riding on a bus every day. Recording your ideas in a notebook or on your phone while travelling, on a break or even while waiting for a kettle to boil is still helping you to work writing into your daily life.

Hopefully these tips will help you a bit but it’s also important to find other writers or creative communities to connect with. If you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram check out the tags #amwriting #writingcommunity or check out sites such as  https://ywp.nanowrimo.org/, https://inkspire.org/ and https://www.artandwriting.org/

 

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Professor Owl’s Newsletter, February 13th., 2021

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“The more that you read,
the more things you will know.
The more that you learn,
the more places you’ll go.”
~ Dr. Seuss  

 

If you would like to tell us about your goals, ask for assistance or information ~ Just drop Professor Owl a note to professorowl@outlook.com 

 

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Second book as promised for Black History Month

The Journey of Little Charlie 

By Christopher Paul Curtis.

Newbery Medalist Christopher Paul Curtis brings his trademark humor and heart to the story of a boy struggling to do right in the face of history’s cruelest evils.

Twelve-year-old Charlie is down on his luck: His dad just died, the share crops are dry, and Cap’n Buck ― the most fearsome man in Possum Moan, South Carolina ― has come to collect a debt. Fearing for his life, Charlie strikes a deal with Cap’n Buck and agrees to track down some thieves. It is not too bad of a bargain for Charlie… until he comes face-to-face with the fugitives and discovers that they escaped slavery years ago and have been living free in Detroit. Torn between his guilty conscience and his survival instinct, Charlie needs to figure out his next move ― and soon. It is only a matter of time before Cap’n Buck catches on…

I found this to be a fantastic book by Christopher Paul Curtis I loved his writing and will be checking out all his book.   He has a way of getting you into the head of each character. The pace of the story is perfect, you are  pulled into the story right from the beginning.  

This historical fiction story is based on a real event revolving around the job of slave catchers. It is Curtis’ first white protagonist.  The 19th century southern jargon might be a bit tough for age 9-12 kids, but it adds richness and makes you feel like you are there living it. It gives some historical background into the differences between Canadian and American laws in the 1850’s.

About the author

 

Christopher Paul Curtis (born May 10, 1953 in Flint, Michigan) is an American children’s books author. He is known for the Newbery Medal -winning Bud, Not Buddy and The Watsons Go to Birmingham – 1963. Many of his books are set in Flint. The latter was adapted for a TV movie of the same name, Sep. 3, 2019

Alma mater: University of Michigan–Flint

Genre: Children’s literature, especially historical fiction

Notable works: Bud, Not BuddyThe Watsons Go to Birmingham – 1963Elijah of BuxtonThe Mighty Miss Malone

Occupation: Writer, speaker

Something for the whole Fam JAM!

📅 Monday, February 15
 Time 10:00am  |  Duration 40mins


One of the silver linings of this pandemic is that we have so many different ways to stay connected. Just because we can’t see each other in person doesn’t mean we can’t stay in touch, be social, live, and laugh together. 

We’re sad we can’t host you for this year’s Family Day but we prepared something special for you. Coach Jill along with Coach Eric filmed a fun video to get you and the family moving this Monday. Save the date!

💻 TUNE IN
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Professor Owl’s Book Corner ~ February 6th. 2021

 

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“The more that you read,
the more things you will know.
The more that you learn,
the more places you’ll go.”
~ Dr. Seuss  

If you would like to tell us about your goals, ask for assistance or information ~ Just drop Professor Owl a note to professorowl@outlook.com

literacy

The following is a game by Laubach, that will help you with your reading and writing  ~ enjoy! ~                

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To help celebrate, Black History Month (February 2021) ~ each week of this month we will feature a book written by a current  black author 

Fate of Flames (The Effigies Book 1) Kindle Edition

by Sarah Raughley  (Author

Four girls with the power to control the elements must come together to save the world from a terrible evil in this “series opener [that] has it all” (Kirkus Reviews).
Years ago, everything changed.

Phantoms, massive beasts of nightmare, began terrorizing the world. At the same time, four girls—the Effigies—appeared, each with a unique power to control a classical element. Since then, they have protected the world from the Phantoms. At the death of one Effigy, another is chosen, pulled from her normal life into the never-ending battle.
When Maia unexpectedly becomes the next Fire Effigy, she resists her new calling.

A quiet girl with few friends and almost no family, she was much happier to admire the Effigies from afar. Never did she imagine having to master her ability to control fire, to protect innocent citizens from the Phantoms, or to try bringing together the other three Effigies.

 With the arrival of the mysterious Saul—a man who seems to be able to control the Phantoms using the same cosmic power previously only granted to four girls at a time—Maia and the other Effigies must learn to work together in a world where they are celebrities

Sarah Raughley grew up in y status is more important than their heroism.

But the secrets Saul has, and the power he possesses, might be more than even they can handle…

A fun read, with plenty of action, it kept me hooked right up to the last page.

This book is available from www.amazon.ca,   www.amazon.com and other fine book stores and your Public Libraries.

About the Author.

Sarah Raughley

About the author from Southern Ontario  who is writing stories about freakish little girls with powers because she secretly wanted to be one. She is a huge fangirl of anything rom manga to scifi/fantasy TV to Japanese role-playing games, but she will swear up and down at book signings that she was inspired by Jane Austen.

Sarah has been nominated for the Aurora Award for Best Young Adult novel and works in the community doing writing workshops for youths and adults. On top of being a YA writer, Sarah has a PhD in English, which makes her doctor, so it turns out she did not have to go to medical school after all.

As an academic, Sarah has taught at McMaster University and acted as a postdoctoral fellow at The University of Ottawa. Her research concerns representations of race and gender in popular media culture, youth culture and postcolonialism. She has edited special issues in academic journals such SafundiPopular Music and Society, and Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture and Social Justice. She is also written freelance pieces for The Conversation, Quill & Quire and Zora Magazine.

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Follow this page every month in Professor Owl’s Book corner to get the most up to date events at Variety Village.

As soon as in-classroom schooling opens, Variety will resume limited children’s programs.  Contact Alyssa Forrester directly at aforrester@varietyontario.ca

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Professor Owl’s Newsletter January 27, 2021

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“The more that you read,
the more things you will know.
The more that you learn,
the more places you’ll go.”
~ Dr. Seuss  

If you would like to tell us about your goals, ask for assistance or information ~ Just drop Professor Owl a note to professorowl@outlook.com

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How to Teach Yourself How to Read ASAP – Part 11

With YouTube and Professor Owl

Quintos Academy: Self-Education for Real Life Success This Lesson builds on Part I and then Proceeds to the sounds of N: NA, NE, NI, NO, NU M: MA, ME, MI, MO, MU R: RA, RE, RI, RO, RU L: LA, LE, LI, LO

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By Liz Reinhart

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A Young Writer’s Guide to Covid Fatigue

Writing
As some of us are heading into our second and third lockdowns due to COVID-19 we can feel tired and overwhelmed not knowing when we will see an end in sight. If we don’t have a way to channel our frustrations, they can make us and those around us feel miserable. Writing can often offer a great outlet for these feelings. Here are some ideas for writing projects that might help:

Keep a Journal!
I am a big fan of journaling; it can help to just purge on the page. It can help find solutions to problems, establish ideas or just be a safe place to get your feelings out. Journals can also be a great way to see how far you’ve come down the road helping you find things to be grateful for or even track your progress in a certain endeavor. Gratitude journals are also great ways to boost your mood when Covid-fatigue sets in. Did you know, the simple act of expressing gratitude can help us feel happier? It’s true! Research shows that when we choose to focus on the positive things in our lives, we can experience an increase in our overall well-being.

Get Creative!
Creative writing is great for helping us lose ourselves when we can’t go anywhere. Take the opportunity to write your own stories. Set up a writing journal and try to set a regular time to sit down and write, make it a part of every day.
Play a game of “what if”. Start making a list of scenarios that make you wonder. What if a girl finds out she has been chatting online with her future self? What if a man playing on Google Earth finds the lost civilization of Atlantis? Write down as many ideas, no matter how bizarre, and see if you can find a story in them.

Write Reviews!
Face it to pass the time and offer a distraction we’ve all been trying to occupy our time by reading, gaming or binge-watching series or movies, listening to music, cooking, the list goes on. Why not take a moment to share your opinions? By writing a review for others who are stuck at home you are helping them discover something new. You might suggest TV shows, novels, video games, products, podcasts, recipes or anything else that you think others might enjoy.

Writing Prompts!
There are so many websites out there with writing prompts for everyone. Some write fan fiction about their favorite tv characters or expanded on snippets of dialogue overheard. I have used quotes to inspire me such as the ones below.

“Getting over a painful experience is much like crossing monkey bars. You have to let go at some point in order to move forward.” ~ C. S. Lewis
Write about what happens when your characters’ anger catches up with them. How does their anger manifest itself? Does it cause them to lash out? Has it been channeled into something positive and productive? Do they manage to resolve their feelings? How does their anger serve them in the long run?

“Buying a book is not about obtaining a possession, but about securing a portal.” – Laura Miller
You receive an anonymous package addressed to you inside is an old journal a little worse for wear. Inside there is a name that you don’t recognize so you decide to go on the internet and do a little research on the author. What you discover frightens yet intrigues you at the same time. The writer of your masterpiece is known to have dabbled in the occult until they went missing over a decade ago. It is rumored that by reading the journal you can open a portal to another dimension.
Write about your adventure with this journal. Are you brave enough to read it? What do you find inside? Does this portal exist and if it does where does it lead? Is it a dream come true or your worst nightmare?

“I am intrigued by inanimate objects. They’re a piece of history, someone’s statement and ideas of life.” ~Mike Mills
You have been given the intriguing power of being able to bring inanimate objects to life. What happens when your favorite objects awaken? What is their personality like? What stories do they tell you? Are they indifferent, amicable, or difficult?
Do you have a germophobic toothbrush? Does your favorite pen write you a “Dear John” letter? Does your well-loved old sweater thank you for your loyalty? Does your journal start questioning you about what you have been writing? Does your treadmill reminisce about “the good old days”? Has this power become a blessing or a curse?

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Follow this page every month in Professor Owl’s Book corner to get the most up to date events at Variety Village.

As soon as in-classroom schooling opens, Variety will resume limited children’s programs.  Contact Alyssa Forrester directly at aforrester@varietyontario.ca

A teen’s guide to finding the strength to overcome challenges #WATWB

The #WATWB was created as a mission to negate the overwhelming negativity that has been present in our social media streams. For every negative news story in the world, there are plenty of positive, uplifting stories that show hope, compassion and the resiliency of everyday people who face insurmountable challenges. Our hope is to share heartwarming stories that lift the human spirit.
The last Friday of every month bloggers will share their stories led by six co-hosts, this month’s co-host will be: 
 
href=”https://www.professorowlsbookcorner.wordpress.com/“>Sylvia McGrath</a>, <a href=”https://simonfalk28.wordpress.com/”>Simon Falk</a>
<a href=”http://shilpaagarg.com/“>Shilpa Garg</a>, <a href=”https://maryjmelange.wordpress.com“>Mary Giese </a>, and <a href=”https://bwitzenhausen.wordpress.com/”>Belinda Witzenhausen</a>.

At Professor Owl’s Book Corner we love to share positive stories of young people overcoming health challenges.

 

Professor Owl’s Book Corner, January 20th, 2021

When the world says “Give up.”

Hope says “Try one more time!”

Welcome back to the new Professor Owl’s Book Corner, after listening to our subscribers who found our newsletter a little too long, we have decided as of this month, instead of our usual newsletter we will be posting a new shorter version, but it will be posted every week on a Wednesday.  We will be keeping some of your favourite content such as our “Book of The Month”,  “The Writers Corner,” “Literacy” and “Community Boards” along with a couple of new sections. They will, however,  be a little shorter in length than before  but hopefully still of interest and of help for you.

We realize that with Covid19 some of you are now using online classes.  So, we have gathered some information on programs to help and online help when you need it. 

We will also list a few places to go for information like homework help and videos to show how to fix most problems.  We hope you enjoy and like our new edition.

Homework help!

After an extensive check I found that most Libraries in several countries offer homework help for all age groups and subjects. 

I have also found another place where I go to online whenever I need to learn anything new or fix something,  that is ”YouTube” they have lots of videos on many different subjects. Check out our future newsletters for more ideas and sites to help you learn.

Online learning

Legendborne

byTracy Deonn  (Author) 

Filled with mystery and an intriguingly rich magic system, Tracy Deonn’s YA contemporary fantasyLegendbornoffers the dark allure ofCity of Boneswith a modern-day twist on a classic legend and a lot of Southern Black Girl Magic. 
 
After her mother dies in an accident, sixteen-year-old Bree Matthews wants nothing to do with her family memories or childhood home. A residential program for bright high schoolers at UNC–Chapel Hill seems like the perfect escape—until Bree witnesses a magical attack her very first night on campus. 
 
A flying demon feeding on human energies. 
 
A secret society of so called “Legendborn” students that hunt the creatures down. 
 
And a mysterious teenage mage who calls himself a “Merlin” and who attempts—and fails—to wipe Bree’s memory of everything she saw. 
 
The mage’s failure unlocks Bree’s own unique magic and a buried memory with a hidden connection: the night her mother died; another Merlin was at the hospital. Now that Bree knows there is more to her mother’s death than what is on the police report, she will do whatever it takes to find out the truth, even if that means infiltrating the Legendborn as one of their initiates. 
 
She recruits Nick, a self-exiled Legendborn with his own grudge against the group, and their reluctant partnership pulls them deeper into the society’s secrets—and closer to each other. But when the Legendborn reveal themselves as the descendants of King Arthur’s knights and explain that a magical war is coming, Bree must decide how far she will go for the truth and whether she should use her magic to take the society down—or join the fight. 

This was a fast-paced fantasy story, with great character’s and exciting plot and very beautifully written. 

I found it to be a great read and once started could not put it down until the very last page. I would like to thank NetGalley for the opportunity to read this great book for honest review. 

About Author

Tracy Deonn is the New York Times bestselling author of Legendborn and a second-generation fangirl. She grew up in central North Carolina, where she devoured fantasy books and Southern food in equal measure. After earning her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in communication and performance studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Tracy worked in live theater, video game production, and K–12 education. When she is not writing, Tracy speaks on panels at science fiction and fantasy conventions, reads fanfic, arranges puppy playdates, and keeps an eye out for ginger-flavored everything. 

Tracy is a champion for diversity and representation in science-fiction and fantasy literature and media. And when Tracy’s mother told her that the women in their family were Black Bene Gesserits, she believed her. 

Join us next Wednesday for our next Blog,

4 Stories About Overcoming Disabilities#WATWB

The #WATWB was created as a mission to negate the overwhelming negativity that has been present in our social media streams. For every negative news story in the world, there are plenty of positive, uplifting stories that show hope, compassion and the resiliency of everyday people who face insurmountable challenges. Our hope is to share heartwarming stories that lift the human spirit.
The last Friday of every month bloggers will share their stories led by six co-hosts, this month’s co-host will be:

Damyanti Biswas,
Lizbeth Hartz,
Shilpa Garg,
Mary J. Giese, and Sylvia Stein,

 

Professor Owl’s Book Corner Book of the Week, October 14th, 2020

Death by Midnight

By Nicole Nadeau

Death by Midnight is a Young Adult Spy Thriller, Book 1 of The Secret Life of Anna Good. ~ A teen genius. A Russian terrorist. Can she save her family before time runs out?

Sixteen-year-old Anna Goode wishes she could be herself. Constantly harassed by the school bully for being too smart, her best friend is the only person she can trust with the knowledge that she is an accomplished inventor. But when her parents are taken hostage, the bright teenager must find a way to use her talents to save their lives.

With her inventions and Jake by her side, Anna races against time to complete her mission. She quickly discovers that her parents aren’t the only ones in danger.

Can she save her family and countless others before it’s too late?

Death by Midnight is the first book in The Secret Life of Anna Goode series. If you like well-written characters, a strong female lead, suspenseful plots, and unexpected twists, you’ll love Nadeau’s action-packed spy thriller.

This was a great book to read, the descriptions and the story was written so well that I felt I was right next to the characters and living the story with them. The plot had so many twists and turns that each page kept you wanting more.  I could not put the book down until I finished reading it,  I am now going to look for the next book in the Anna Goode series.

Buy Death by Midnight today…the clock is ticking……

Available from www.amazon.ca and www.amazon.com

About Author

Nicole Nadeau

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BIOGRAPHY

Nicole Nadeau grew up in Springboro, Ohio, with her older sister, Paige, and younger brother, Mark. While she has Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), she doesn’t let that stop her and is busy planning the next book in the Secret Life of Anna Goode series.

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