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Tree of Life, The

Story The Tree of Life explores the idea that life can be shaped in two ways, by grace or by nature. The movie explores these two themes through imagery of life across many cosmic domains including the life of a family. Jack (Hunter McCracken) is the oldest son in a family of three sons. Jack struggles in his relationship with his father (Brad Pitt).
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Trompe l'oeil recipes for the whole family

Do you know what a trompe l'oeil recipe is? It is a dish that tries to surprise the diner, the dish seems one thing, but in reality ... it is another! On our site we find it a very fun way to bring children closer to creative, original, different cuisine . A way to stimulate your palate and surprise your senses.
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Mary Shelley

Story Mary Shelley is a biopic of the romance between Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin (Elle Fanning), the author of Frankenstein , and the poet Percy Shelley (Douglas Booth). When 16-year old Mary falls in love with Percy Shelley and elopes in secret with her half-sister Claire (Bel Powley) in tow, her family is dismayed and she is forced to live in scandal.
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Buck

Story Buck is a documentary that tells the story of Buck Brannaman (who appears in the movie). Buck is the man who inspired the Nicholas Evan's novel The Horse Whisperer and the 1998 movie of the same name starring Robert Redford (who also appears in this movie). Buck is a horse trainer who spends nine months of each year travelling across America conducting clinics on 'natural horsemanship'.
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Headband for New Years. Recycling crafts.

With this video you can learn and teach your children how to make a beautiful and original headband to welcome the New Year. Guiainfantil.com invites you to make a simple, cheap, easy and fast craft with the children. In addition, you can use a headband that you no longer use. This craft has been made with all our love for children to start the year with fun and joy.
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Hives

Causes of hives or urticaria Hives or urticaria can develop when the body releases histamines as part of an allergic reaction. The histamines make small blood vessels in the skin open up and leak fluid, which forms raised red blotches on the skin surface. Your child might have an allergic reaction to: certain types of foods - for example, nuts, eggs, shellfish, strawberries, tomatoes and cow's milk food colourings, spices and preservatives plants medicines - for example, penicillin insect bites - for example, bee or wasp stings.
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