- School Stuff
Did you know your chances of being struck by lightning in the US are 1 in 600,000? But your chances of being struck in Florida are higher because the state is the lightning capital of the US.
A long time ago in a galaxy far... no, wrong fantasy. One of the most popular characters in the world of BONE, Gran'ma Ben, has been given the royal prequel treatment. Check out The Rose.
During the Early Stone Ages a city existed that was so technically advanced it seemed out of a sci-fi movie. In one night Atlantis vanished under the waves of the Atlantic Ocean, lost forever. - Page 2
This Welsh holiday uses leeks to celebrate. That's right, leeks. Boys take leeks to school and status is given to those who bring the biggest leeks and eat them earliest in the day. Ugh!
Don’t let size fool you. Fire ants are not creatures to mess with. They will attack anything including pets, cows and even humans. And these guys are on the move across the United States.
Emily's family is convinced she is pregnant. Emily insists she can't be. The signs don't lie though. Her stomach keeps growing and her appetite has increased. Could this be a miracle birth?
Have you got a brother or a sister? How about two? Amy has 12 and if that's not enough Amy and her sisters are kinda special. How special? Amy's going back to the beginning to find out.
Although this bird is called the dodo, it wasn't a stupid bird. When visitors to the island of Mauritius first saw the bird, they thought its friendly approach meant the bird was dumb.
150 million years till recess. The Wetherford kids are stuck in the Jurassic period in the bodies of dinosaurs with dangers everywhere. How does Scott Ciencin's story stack up? Check it out:
Some of the most impressive facts about the Galapagos Giant Tortoise is that they keep growing for 30 to 40 years, reaching almost five feet. They also weigh about 500 pounds.