Top 10 Things to Read, Watch & Listen to from Feb. 27- Mar. 5

1. West Side Story (2021) (Disney +) (Mar. 2)

The movie musical gets a revitalization from iconic director Steven Spielberg. Join Tony (Ansel Elgort) and Maria (Rachel Zegler) as they navigate first love, whilst contending with the rivalry between local street gangs the Sharks and the Jets happening in their backyard.

2. Gallant by V.E. and Victoria Schwab (Mar. 1)

Go on a ghoulish adventure with Gallant. In this supernatural novel, schoolgirl Olivia receives an invitation to her hometown of Gallant, whereupon she discovers secrets about her ancestry beyond her wildest imagination.

3. Dear Hank & John

Are you a fan of Crash Course and The Fault in Our Stars? Then you’ll want to join John and Hank Green for Dear Hank & John, wherein the two brothers offer hilariously dubious life lessons.

4. He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Season 2 (Netflix) (Mar. 3)

He-Man and his trusty gang of superpowered heroes are back and better than ever, as they go on more adventures protecting the universe.

5. Brain Games, Season 1 (Disney Plus) (Mar. 2)

Curious about how our brains work? Learn more about it while playing some fun games.

6. All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir (Mar. 1)

In this emotional novel about loss and bonds broken, Pakistani couple Misbah and Toufiq move to America and open a motel, ready for a fresh start. Simultaneously, best friends Salahudin and Noor have a fight which destroys their bond. Subsequently, Sal must save the family business as his mother falls ill, and he and Noor must decide what their past friendship means to them, in order to defeat the trials of the present.

7. The Batman (Mar. 4)

The long-awaited reboot of the caped crusader finally arrives on the silver screen. With Robert Pattinson donning the costume this time around, Batman must join forces with Catwoman (Zoe Kravitz) to stop a string of political murders being committed by The Riddler (Paul Dano).

8. MentalMusic

Having trouble navigating what’s going on in your head? With this podcast, created by and for teens like you, using music to guide the conversation around mental health.

9. A Thousand Steps into Night by Tracy Chee (Mar. 1)

In a magical realm, ordinary Miuko is cursed to transform into a demon. Now, she must embark on a journey to reverse the effects of the curse.

10. Uncharted- Doug Reviews (YouTube)

Whether or not you enjoyed the recent Uncharted movie, if you like the Nostalgia Critic videos, you’ll definitely want to see star and co-creator Doug Walker give his unscripted take on the video game adaptation.

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