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November is Novel Writing Month where thousands of people write millions of words. It’s a time when you can put your head down and complete a very large goal: write a whole novel. To help celebrate, this article touches on the basics of story.
The 2012 US Presidential Election is set to take place November 6th, 2012 with current President Barack Obama up against some new contenders. Find out more about the 2012 Presidential Election!
While Halloween is a time to scare people with ghosts and the dead, the Day of the Dead is a time to celebrate ghosts and the dead. A traditional Mexican holiday, Día de los Muertos is a time to honor the souls of the deceased.
Need a simple gift or some new jewelry for your wardrobe? Bust out some old paperclips, some simple beading supplies and you’ve got yourself a fresh, fun look.
If there are two things that are essential to humans and other living creatures, its clean water and air, but with pollution of these natural resources on the rise it’s become increasingly important to find ways to cut down on man-made pollutants in the environment. Find out more about air and water pollution.
Mix it Up at Lunch Day started over ten years ago to encourage kids in schools to avoid bullying and discrimination by getting to know each other better in one simple step – sit with someone new at lunch on October 29th! Find out more about Mix it Up at Lunch Day.
Are you excited for Universal Pictures' DESPICABLE ME 2 to hit theaters this summer? Why not celebrate with some free Halloween-themed printables!
There are very few times of the year where you can decorate a place with the sole purpose of freaking people out. With these simple, yet effective, decorations you can add a sense of spook to this Halloween season.
Do you want to throw a Halloween party that all the boils and ghouls want to come to? With a little planning and creativity you can scare and delight any monster that comes through your door. Check out these Halloween Party Planning Tips!
When her parents are murdered, Tandy takes it upon herself to find the murderer, even if it’s one of her brothers…or herself. Kidzworld reviews Confessions of a Murder Suspect by James Patterson.