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Guest Teen Review: Night at the Museum 2

Hi, I am Quinton Goodman from Langley High School. I am in a program called Move and SOS. I come to the library every Wednesday. This program shows me what the working world is like. They teach everyone in the program what to know when you go for a job interview. If we are going to miss a day of school we have to call our teacher and tell her that we’re not going to be there. So we have to call off just like everyone else that has a job. 

Night at the Museum 2 is a very funny movie. There is a lot going on.  The main character goes into the museum he worked at in the past and finds out it’s going to close.  Then he goes to Washington D.C. to bring all the wax figures back and everything goes wrong.  If you want to find out how this ends go rent or get it, it’s on DVD now.  If you get this movie you will laugh till you can’t breathe.

-Quinton

If you did watch Night at the Museum I or II, there are some really fun books set in museums that you may want to check out of your local library:

From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweilerby E.L. Konigsburg:

Claudia is bored with her life so she decides to run away and live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She takes her brother Jamie so she doesn’t get bored. 

Masterpiece by Elise Broach

Marvin is a beetle, and an artist.  He can’t keep his talent to himself and it lands him in the middle of an art-theft mystery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

The Museum of Mary Childby Cassandra Gold

Heloise’s life with her godmother is restrictive and oppressive. They live next door to a creepy museum dedicated to the memory of a girl named Mary Child.  When she finds a doll it sets off a rebellion against her godmother and an unraveling of family mysteries, connected to the museum next door.

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