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One of the world's most famous cities, London, England truly does have something for everyone. From the glam West End theaters to Buckingham Palace and the tallest building in Europe, it's a modern city that's steeped with tradition.
It's no secret that the animal kingdom is impressive in too many ways to count. But there is just something so majestic about the vibrant plumage and distinctive bright colors on tropical birds that make them so easy to admire!
YouTube EDU, the largest classroom in the world, hosts over a million educational videos, including lessons from top teachers around the world, course lectures from top-tier universities and inspiring videos to spark your imagination.
A finalist for the GG's, The Grave Robber's Apprentice is a story of friendship, determination and courage. Kidzworld has the book review of this middle grade novel by Allan Stratton.
When traveling in a foreign country, especially one in which English isn't the first language, it can be daunting. So it's important to learn a few key phrases that will help you get around, shop, eat and find restrooms. Read on to learn some handy traveling phrases.
Mr. Lemoncello, an eccentric game maker, invites 12 students to the new library's grand-opening lock-in, where they each get a shot at the prize of a lifetime. Kidzworld has the book review of Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein.
Now that you've spent the month of July enjoying the freedom of summer vacation, it's time to settle down with some of this year's best books of the season. Kidzworld lists the top 10 summer reads of 2013.
Who doesn't love a hot dog? A baseball game or BBQ just isn't the same without one, but how much do you know about this fun food? Check out All About Hot Dogs to find out more!
Hurry Up, Houdini follows Jack and Annie and the legendary magician, Harry Houdini!
Howard's new friend may be a real live monster, but he's the best friend any kid could ever have. What could go wrong? Find out in Kidzworld's book review of How to Make Friends and Monsters by Ron Bates.