Christian Woman Rewrites Harry Potter So Her Kids Won't Turn Into Witches

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When the Harry Potter series hit the peak of literary success, many conservative churches all over the world discouraged their followers, especially the children, from reading them based on claims that the novels contain occult or Satanic subtexts. But instead of banning her children from reading Harry Potter, one very dedicated christian mother decided to rewrite the books to be more church-friendly, turning it into a very interesting Christian vs. Atheist version.
 

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10 Facts About Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl

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Annelies Marie "Anne" Frank wrote one of the most discussed war memoirs in history, The Diary of a Young Girl, which chronicles her experiences hiding from the Germans during the Holocaust from 12 June 1942 until 1 August 1944. The Jewish girl was born a German national but lost her citizenship during the war. Her acclaimed diary serves as a powerful and painful reminder of the horrors of war and an eloquent testament to the human spirit. You might have read the book, but do you really know what went on behind the scenes?
 

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3 Disturbing Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen

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So I have just acquired a huge book that contains the complete collection of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales from Barnes & Noble. It is a lovely hardcover book – bound in purple leather with metallic etchings on the cover, shimmery gold gilt paper edging, and filled with beautiful illustrations in between the pages. It is simply a joy to flip through this beauty. I eagerly poured through all 712 pages of it, and at the end, I was mortified that this man's stories are actually shelved under Children's Literature for there is quite a handful of fairy tales he wrote that are nothing short of macabre.
 

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Under My Skin: 5 Books Bound In Human Skin

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Everyone loves leather bound books for their timeless, classic look, sophisticated appeal and durability. Aside from using cow, calf, sheep, or lamb hide, there are some books that are bound in actual human skin. Would human-skin literature still look as gorgeous as their animal-skin counterparts?
 

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A Good Story Does Not Have To Be Long

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In order to write a good story, or that report you have been procrastinating for 3 weeks, you must never assume that the longer it is, the better. What really matters is the content of it and how it reads. Unless of course the particular topic you are writing on is required to be of a certain length.
 

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