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HOW LONG CAN I CHECKOUT MOVIES?

Movies are checked out for one week - unlike music and books.

May list by Lyndi Hatch
A.R.C.H.I.E.
A.R.C.H.I.E.Arc entertainment, 2016, not rated

Isabel Sullivan has just moved to a small town to live with her uncle Paul who is the town's mayor. Isabel has recently lost her parents in a car accident. Feeling very alone and friendless, Isabel befriends a stray robot dog named ARCHIE. Though he looks like a normal dog, he is anything but. He can talk. He can run at blinding speed. He's got super strength and x-ray vision. Isabel and Archie become fast friends.

Capture the Flag
Capture the Flagparamount pictures, 2015, pg

Space travel runs in Mike Goldwing's family: both his father and grandfather were astronauts. But the twelve-year-old's estranged grandfather, Frank, has lived a life isolated after missing out on the chance to make history as a member of the Apollo XI crew. When Mike discovers that an eccentric billionaire plans to fly to the moon, claim its vast, valuable mineral resources, and destroy the American flag planted by the Apollo XI astronauts, the countdown to a spectacular adventure begins!

A Horse Story
A Horse Story
archstone distribution, 2015, Not Rated

Monica learns finding one's path in life can be a challenging dilemma for humans as well as animals. Case in point, her pet horse Champion reveals that animals can talk too. And just like humans, horses must find their path in life as well.

Izzie's Way Home
Izzie's Way Home
The asylum, 2015, not rated

Make way for the greatest adventure any bunny has ever seen! When Nano's grandfather falls mysteriously ill, the courageous grandson and his best friend Lilly must use a miniaturization machine to shrink down to micro-size and embark on a perilous journey to save him. Nano and Lilly turn to Rappel the Rabbit for help, as he's the only one who can guide the sprite-sized heroes through the confusing maze.

Norm of the North
Norm of the North
lionsgate, 2016, pg

A polar bear of many words, Norm's greatest gripe is simple: there is no room for tourists in the Arctic. But when a maniacal developer threatens to build luxury condos in his own backyard, Norm does what all normal polar bears would do: he heads to New York City to stop it. With a cast of ragtag lemmings at his side, Norm takes on the Big Apple, big business, and a big identity crisis to save the day.