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Jamie Fraser is spending Easter at his aunt's. He soon realizes that this quiet hamlet is anything but. Terrified by nightmares, Jamie determines to solve a century-old witch mystery.
What do you know about wind? Other than it's something you pass when you eat beans? Find out where the ancient Greeks thought wind came from and what Earth drags that causes wind.
You've probably heard enough about Afghanistan - on TV, the radio, the internet and even at your hairdressers. In case you're not sure what to believe about this country, here are the simple facts.
Looking for an excuse to get a dog? This heartwarming story might convince your parents. If not, they should have a word with 85 year-old Ruth Gay who�s cattle dog, Blue, saved her life.
Gigantic Akiko-eating water snakes, deadly skugbit storms, strange empires and huge armies of tiny people. Oh my! What kind of adventure has Akiko gotten herself into on the Sprubly Islands?
What planet hasn't made an entire circle around the sun since it was discovered? That'd be Neptune but you already knew that didn't you. Now can you tell me why the planet is such a deep blue?
Does the thought of reading about Christopher Columbus trigger a yawn? Meet Christopher Columbus is guaranteed to keep you intrigued from the first page to the last. There's even pictures.
There are almost 400 species of sharks but not all of them look like the great white. There are several funny looking sharks like the hammerhead and cookie cutter. Check out a few of them.
It's amazing what doctors can do today. Like removing a surgical knife from a man's skull and even repairing eyeballs. Check out these medical marvels. Can you tell which one is made up?
It's hard to imagine that water can be used to create electricity. The two are a dangerous combination that should never mix, right. True, so never bring your stereo in the shower with you.