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The Boy Next Door (Blu-ray)

I am slowly working my way through her entire collection of books because I. About the Author. The oldest and most complete manuscript dates from the 10th century. The "first edition" given to Claire is hardbound and written in English. When I could barely identify the enormous, fuzzy E at the top of the eye chart, Dr. Wexler wrote me a prescription right there on the spot.

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He claims I have something called astigmatism. I recognize a few other kids from my English and social studies classes, but none of my good friends are here. I notice this one girl, leaning up against the wall. Then she looks up and sees me. I nod and smile, not knowing what to say. I assume she means sixth grader.

I just nod again. And smile. My cheeks ache from smiling so much these first three days of school. We set it up in the backyard.

I grab my stomach and pretend to laugh at their dumb joke. Then I motor inside the lunchroom and grab a bright blue, jet-washed tray. I might have to start bringing my lunch from home.

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The entire soccer team is sitting there, shoulder to shoulder. I leave my friends behind and follow Walt to the table. He tells everyone to shove over and I nod hello.

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