Book of the Month Poll – December 2017

By Cynthia Ayala

Hey there avid readers. God, I can’t believe that it is already November. Man, the year sure goes by fast doesn’t it. Well I hope everyone had a Spooktacular Halloween, I know I did. I was a very pretty Slytherin for the record. In any case a new month means new books for all us book lovers and I have selected 10 for you all to check and vote for December’s Book of the Month title. Woo books! Just think, maybe one of these will be a Christmas present for a book lover you know or yourself. So check out these titles and vote here or by clicking the image below. Remember, the winner gets a featured book review right here on Cyn’s Workshop. Happy voting!
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Pixar Scaling Back On Sequels, Re-focusing On Original Stories

By: Josh Tyler Between the years of 1995 and 2010 Pixar released eleven feature films. None of them received less than a 74% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, most averaged well into the 90s. They racked up an impressive list of awards and accolades, quickly solidifying as not just the best animation studio in Hollywood, but maybe also the best story tellers in the movie industry. … Continue reading Pixar Scaling Back On Sequels, Re-focusing On Original Stories


Oh this was simply an adorable.  I watched it with my mom which was possibly the best thing.  This movie is about the relationship between a mother and daughter.  It was beautiful because you had two feuding people.  I loved the animation in this story and the two stories that intertwined, the two spells that she had to undo.  There was a lot of overcoming … Continue reading Brave