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This laugh-out-loud novel by Richard and Florence Atwater is not only an award-winning classic – it’s also about to become a hit movie!
The Rocket Prize will award the best independently produced Canadian youth TV show on May 6, 2009, in Toronto.
I don’t know what to do! This guy in my class says I’m sexy, but he has a girlfriend. Still he won’t stop annoying me in class about it. I’m going crazy! I don’t want to tell my parents and I don’t want to go to the office at school, either.
Listen up kids! The i-Turtle is here to dance and groove to your fave tunes – and help you add an extra fun element to listening to music. This little shiny white turtle pretty much acts as an external speaker for your digital audio player.
Samurai battles commence in the classic SNES strategy game, Nobunaga's Ambition.
When EA sports announced the cover boys for its incredibly popular Madden football video game, for the first time two sets of fans shuddered in fear of the cover jinx.
Last year, Manchester United took home an extremely rare championship triple, this year they are still trying to defend their most prestigious titles.
New from FurReal Friends come these adorable little puppy dogs – and they really walk, wag and bark!
This is a new novel by a new author named Michelle Houts. Before we tell you about the story, it may be useful for you to know that Michelle Houts lives on a grain and livestock (animal) farm in West Central Ohio with her husband and their three kids. Whe
The Food Guide Pyramid is one way for people to understand how to eat healthy. A rainbow of colored, vertical stripes represents the five food groups plus fats and oils. Find out more about eating healthy and the food guide pyramid!