- School Stuff
Biomes represent different geographical areas of the world with distinct and extreme weather patterns and climates. - Page 2
Two Face or not Two Face? That is the question. Suffering through the bumps and "Dents" of A Heart Broken in Two, Harley Quinn returns to disprove the old saying once bitten twice shy.
If you’ve been hanging out in the cafeteria or library you’re probably out of the loop. It seems that it’s not just a rumor that a type of tattoo known as "Blue Star" is being sold on school grounds.
Akiko is a perfectly ordinary fourth grader. At least she was until she was chosen to save Prince Froptoppit from Alia Rellapor. Now she's having an extroardinary adventure on the planet Smoo.
Walt Disney did a lot more than create the theme park Disneyland and make a few movies. Mr. Disney created several talking characters, including Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and Pluto. - Page 2
Greg Smith likes playing soccer, mountain climbing and reading. He's just like every other boy his age, except the 11 year-old is in his second year at college and working towards world peace.
Slavery was legal in Puerto Rico for 350 years. Some owners even went so far as to brand their slaves foreheads with hot irons. No wonder there is a holiday to celebrate the end of this cruelty.
Check out the weird and gross defense mechanisms animals, like Horned Lizards and skunks, use to protect themselves against enemies. - Page 2