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The Invisible Man [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 15+
Clever, tense sci-fi horror remake has blood, gore.
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(Release Year: 2020)
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Burden [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 15+
Dramatic true story of redemption has racial violence.
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(Release Year: 2020)
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The Call of the Wild [node:content-type] Poster Image
age 9+
Thrilling, sometimes intense adventure teaches resilience.
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(Release Year: 2020)
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Emma. [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 12+
Delightful Austen adaptation has a couple of cheeky scenes.
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(Release Year: 2020)
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Yes No Maybe So [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 14+
Engaging blend of activism and cross-cultural romance.
By Becky Albertalli, Aisha Saeed
(2020)
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Here in the Real World [node:content-type] Poster Image
age 8+
Funny, relatable tale of tweens gardening in the ruins.
By Sara Pennypacker
(2020)
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Captain Underpants Epic Choice-o-Rama [node:content-type] Poster Image
age 6+
Interactive movie celebrates creativity; potty humor galore.
Network: Netflix
(2020)
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Locke & Key [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 13+
Suspense abounds in creepy graphic novel adaptation.
Network: Netflix
(2020)
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Don't Read the Comments [node:content-type] Poster Image
age 14+
Heartfelt tale tackles sexism and racism in gaming industry.
By Eric Smith
(2020)
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Go with the Flow [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 10+
Spot-on graphic novel about periods, activism, friendship.
By Lily Williams, Karen Schneemann
(2020)
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Extraordinary Women [node:content-type] Poster Image
age 7+
Exceptional stories and self-reflection offer inspiration.
Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
(2020)
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Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made [node:content-type] Poster Image
age 7+
Inventive, book-based misfit tale is sweet and funny.
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(Release Year: 2020)
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Waiting for Anya [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 11+
Kid-focused Nazi resistance drama has violence, peril.
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(Release Year: 2020)
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Saving Savannah [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 14+
Teen leaves bubble of privilege in exciting historical tale.
By Tonya Bolden
(2020)
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Doctor Sleep [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 16+
Well-made "Shining" sequel has intense violence toward kids.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2019)
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The Good Liar [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 15+
Not much for kids in mature, unexpectedly violent thriller.
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(Release Year: 2019)
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Daniel Isn't Real [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 16+
Decent imaginary-friend horror tale has sex, violence.
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(Release Year: 2019)
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Parked [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 11+
Poverty, homelessness explored in hopeful tale of community.
By Danielle Svetcov
(2020)
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Gretel & Hansel [node:content-type] Poster Image
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age 14+
Women take power in arty, violent fairy tale adaptation.
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(Release Year: 2020)
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October Faction [node:content-type] Poster Image
age 16+
Violence, strong language dominate books-inspired series.
Network: Netflix
(2020)
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