Ecco

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Nothing to See Here

Kids are unpredictable. They suddenly love food they once thought disgusting. And sometimes they just might spontaneously combust.

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Review of ‘Nothing to See Here’

Kids are unpredictable. They suddenly love food they once thought disgusting. And sometimes they just might spontaneously combust.

In Nothing to See Here, Kevin Wilson doesn’t dwell on the science of human combustion. Instead, he uses the phenomenon as a clever metaphor for human behavior, especially as it relates to a seemingly privileged family.

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