Sites and sounds to remember 9/11
Not sure how to react with all of this talk about 9/11? We know you girlies were pretty young when the September 11, 2001 incident went down, so here's your chance to get informed! We put together a small list of fun ways for you to find out some extra deets about the day…just in time for the 10th anniversary.
Windows on the World by Andrea White
Set in 2083, this new sci-fi book tells the story of 13-year-old Shama Katooe as she discovers the magic of time travel. Shama travels to New York on the fateful day of the 9/11 attack where she is forced to fight for her life.
“Him” – Lily Allen
British singing superstar, Lily Allen, references the plane hijacking in the chorus of her song "Him." Take a listen.
“Heaven (9/11 Remix)” - DJ Sammy
Get ready, this one's a real tearjerker. That catchy song made a while back by DJ Sammy was remixed to feature a little girl talking to her dad, who died on September 11th.
Watch this tribute below…
Time Riders by Alex Scarrow
Imagine being saved from death and then offered the ability to travel through time as a "time rider." Three kids from different time periods join together in their trusty headquarters that, get this, is in the middle of New York during 9/11! Their goal? To prevent others from meddling with time.
“Where is the Love?” – The Black Eyed Peas
This Black Eyed Peas song isn't quite as poppy as their newer ones are but it has some serious heart. They quartet sings about all of the injustices going on today, asking "Where is the Love?"
Caught any other books or jams that remind you of 9/11? Blog about it, babes.
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