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Dorian Gray - Worth the Read?
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Throughout school, students are often required to read books that they know nothing about. This is one of a series of podcasts reviewing required high school reading materials.  This video review is of The Picture of Dorian Gray, written by British author Oscar Wilde. This novel makes its readers question a lot of deep rooted assumptions and ask themselves questions that they normally would not. Anyone considering reading this or assigning it to students will enjoy this podcast and will get a brief but accurate summary. 


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This Will Go Down on Your Permanent Record
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Listen to this interveiw of Susannah Felts, authors of This Will Go Down on Your Permanent Record conducted at the 2009 Alabama Book Festival by students of Brewbaker Technology Magnet High School.


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Finding Tom Sawyer on the Web for the Big Read
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Freely available version of the full-text of Tom Sawyer are showcased, including Google Books, Project Gutenberg, a dedicated free iPhone and ITunes application, and iTunes U's podcasts from the University of South Florida's Lit2Go series.


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