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February 16, 2009


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S. Krishna

I haven't seen it, but I really want to! (I'm going to read the book first though so I'll most likely end up waiting until it comes out on DVD)


We had a very similar set of conversations with our children this weekend (saw the movie Sunday afternoon). We had read the book earlier in the week, so everything was very fresh in their memories. Sounds like they'd generally agree with the Mini Maven. One thing the movie had, that most books don't have, is a soundtrack -- we all thought that the soundtrack was a big bonus (and promptly purchased it through iTunes). The children's grandparents saw the movie with us, as well -- but they hadn't read the book. The conversations were extremely interesting, and it makes me want to do it again very, very soon!

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