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Jesse Eisenberg (now huge after The Social Network) voices a blue macaw - imaginatively called Blu - who's snaffled by poachers in his jungle home and winds up adopted by the bookish Linda (Leslie Mann) in snowbound Minnesota.
The familiar young Jewish central character takes the form of bookish, only child Marcus.
A bookish weekend begins early today with the lunchtime announcement of the sixth winner of the pounds 60,000 Northern Rock Foundation Writer's Award.
It may come as a disappointment to the majority of Reader's bookish fans that she peppered her show with references to Big Brother's Tourette's sufferer Pete and ex-housemate Jade Goody.
best friends for life''), the five Trollz of the cartoon Trollzopolis are bookish Sapphire; ditzy, fashion- savvy Topaz; spoiled group leader Ruby; goth-ish Onyx; and Troll-next-door Amethyst.
WHITE: RUSS JAMES BLACK: DEAN HARTLEY Sicilian Defence 1e4 c5 2c3 A welcome change to more bookish lines.
A spokesman for New Perspectives said: "When a chance meeting on a train bound for New York reveals a shared history in small- town Kentucky, bookish Sunday School teacher May and charming young pilot Raleigh are forced to confront their pasts and make a decision that will shape their futures.
We have seen some of the delightful choices Gwendolyn Osborne has made for you and your bookish relatives and friends.
Time travel intrigues miserable, bookish Jess in this quiet mystery.
Born in London in 1905 to a distant father and a hyperfeminine mother who despised her daughter's bookish ways, Challans entered nursing school in her late 20s, seeking life experience and escape from her parents' home.
My first bookish instinct was to remind myself of what the neighborhood around the towers was before they went up, and so I turned to the WPA Guide to New York City, published in 1939, which describes the area as the Lower West Side, an appellation that has disappeared entirely.