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How Do You Spell G E E K? Book Review

A new book called “How Do You Spell G E E K?” by Julie Anne Peters has been published, and it makes a great read for kids who are about eight to 14 years old (but anyone who reads it will love it, really). The book is about a girl who is forced to cho Back to Article

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Hardest Spell Challenge? Vote!

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  • Expelliarmus is definitely harder than the rest.
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