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The Discovery Channel is set to kick off its famous Shark Week - a fun-filled seven days of summer featuring non-stop shark shows! These prehistoric predators have a reputation for ruling the deep sea, but more than ever their existence is under threat by humans invading their habitats. Start Shark Week off by learning more about these fascinating fish in Kidzworld’s Shark Fun Facts!
Personalized notebooks help you express your creativity and stand out from the crowd.
Three teens - connected by family and fate - struggle through some of life’s most devastating hardships in bestselling author Ellen Hopkins’ latest novel Tilt.
Roller Coasters have had a long and bumpy ride to becoming the most well-known (and often feared!) amusement park attractions, whether they give you an adrenaline rush or make you toss your cookies a roller coaster is always a ride to remember. Find out all about how they were invented in The History of the Roller Coaster.
Ever wonder how a lava lamp works? All that light and slow motion liquid is so mesmerizing you may think it’s magic, but really, it’s science. And when you understand the science behind it it’s easy to make your own lava lamp!
From sports to sharing secrets there's no end to the fun things you can do with your family member and best friend - your sister! Check out the Top 5 Sister Activities!
In a post-apocalyptic world, 15-year-old Benny Imura must learn the art of zombie hunting from his legendary older brother, Tom. Kidzworld reviews the first two books in Jonathan Maberry's amazing zombie series for young adults - Rot & Ruin and Dust & Decay.
International Friendship Day is right around the corner, will you throw a party for your posse or just hang ten with your best friend? Find out more about how to celebrate Friendship Day!
Your sister can be everything from your BFF, your ally, a source of support and your first stop for advice – in short these special siblings are invaluable, so if you have a sister get ready to show them how much they mean to you on Sister’s Day this August 5th!
Summer is a time when you go on adventures, meet new friends and have experiences you’ll not want to forget. The best way to remember those warm summer times is to make a scrapbook. Whether you were at summer camp or on vacation with your family or simply hanging with friends at home, you’ll have pictures and ticket stubs and mementos you may want to compile so you can remember the things you learned and the good times you had.