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Just to be clear, the Murphy Public Library appreciates all the school principals in Cherokee County.   Now that we have that straight, the next library movie is about a middle school student and the overbearing, rule-making principal and assistant principal of his new school who are driving him and the other students crazy.

This Thursday, June 1, the library is showing Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life, a PG-rated 2016 family comedy about a student with artistic abilities dealing creatively with pressures at home and in school. The film will be shown at 6:00 p.m. and running time is 92 minutes. It was based on a story by James Patterson and was filmed in Atlanta at the Atlanta International School and also near Inman Park.

After too many rules, the student and some friends put their talents to good use on the school’s walls.

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The Murphy Library has a Scooby Doo treat for the back-to school crowd Thursday, January 7.  The library is showing the first mystery that the young puppy helps solve with his friends Daphne, Velma, Fred and Shaggy. 

There will be two screenings:  3:15 p.m. and again at 6 p.m.  Running time is 82 minutes and it is rated PG.
 
Although teachers love their work – practical jokes by students are not appreciated.  Especially when ghosts are involved.  When that happens at Coolsville High, four students are suspended.  Who else but Daphne, Velma, Fred and Shaggy?  But they didn’t do it.  And they’re going to find out who did.  With help from a certain puppy.
 
Call the library at 837-2417.

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