- School Stuff
Amelia Atwater-Rhodes' first book, In The Forests of the Night, is filled with details about Vampires and witches. The fact that she was 13 when she wrote it makes it even cooler - and more eerie.
The 2002 Winter Olympic games are coming up soon and are going to be in Salt Lake City. Do you know what this city is most famous for? Or how many hotel rooms were added for the Olympics?
Lunch thieves beware. There's something new lurking in lunch boxes in New Zealand that might have you wishing you weren't such a coward. You can thank 12 year-old Nic for this invention.
Do you really know why your cat purrs? You think it's cuz your cat is happy and loving the attention you're giving it, don't you? Not even close. Here's the truth about why cats purr.
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were magnificent. They were massive in size and a complex watering system kept them alive. But there's a mystery to these gardens. They might not have existed.
Nita's rents send her to stay with family in Ireland, for a rest from magic and a break from Kit. Nita is crushed. That is until she discovers greater magic than she has ever witnessed before.
Do you say sorry after farting? If you're a police officer and on the job you might get in trouble for that. In fact, you might even be charged. Do you believe this farter is guilty?
Check out the rest of the fun December holidays.
Do you really think that reindeer can fly? Have you ever seen a flying deer? So what makes you think that Santa's reindeer can fly? His probably run on batteries. Kidzworld's got the real deal.
Let's face it Shakespeare is hard to read. Check out this cheat sheet that will interpret those baffling words into modern lingo! - Page 2