Jaws

“You’ll never go in the water again!”

On June 20, 1975, the movie Jaws hit American theaters, and ocean swimming would never be the same. Shot on Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts, director Stephen Spielberg employed pneumatic sharks and a cello-driven, haunting musical theme to provoke terror in audiences. With a production budget of $7 million, this underwater nail-biter of a film went on to gross near $471 million worldwide, becoming the first official summer blockbuster.

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Beanstack

Booklists and Recommendations

Beanstack is a service provided by the Plymouth District Library to help families discover books based age and interests. Once you sign up, Beanstack will send you a weekly email with a book recommendation, a learning tip, and a library program suggestion. You will also have access to tools that help you keep track of what books have been read, booklists, and more!

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