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Spaceheadz Book Review

Pick up a copy of SPHDZ Book #1, the first in a new series, Spaceheadz, by Jon Scieszka, and you can instantly tell this isn’t your ordinary, run-of-t... read more
Aug 28, 2010 | 4 comments
The Magnificent Twelve : The Call

The Magnificent Twelve: Phobia of the Day

What's your phobia? Check out Kidzworld's Phobia of the Day featuring The Magnificent Twelve!... read more
Aug 25, 2010 | post a comment
Courtesy of Jumpstart

Read for the Record with Justin Bieber!

Justin Bieber loves to read! It's true! He's pledged to support Jumpstart's Read for the Record Campaign, which will get kids and adults all over the ... read more
Mockingjay

Mockingjay Book Release

Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins is available August 24th! Enter Kidzworld's contest to win a copy!... read more
Aug 22, 2010 | 4 comments
Sunshine Picklelime

Sunshine Picklelime Book Review

Sunshine Picklelime by Pamela Ellen Ferguson is about something tons of people struggle with (and an issue lots of kids write to Dish-it about: findin... read more
Amigas: Fifteen Candles

Amigas: Fifteen Candles

A new series of novels with a Latin American spin called Amigas was inspired by the one-and-only Jennifer Lopez (y'all might know her as J.Lo). Check ... read more
Courtesy of Random House

Love and Pollywogs from Camp Calamity

Mary Hershey’s new book - Love and Pollywogs from Camp Calamity - is a great, great, GREAT summer read! We’re so excited to share it with you in this ... read more
Courtesy of Scholastic

The School for Dangerous Girls Book Review

How dangerous must you be to be handed over to the corrupt teachers at Hidden Oak, a school for violent and troubled girls. Kidzworld reviews The Scho... read more
Awkward Family Photos

Awkward Family Photos

You know what’s even better than looking at funny pictures of your dad? Looking at funny pictures of OTHER PEOPLE’S dads. That’s why Awkward Family Ph... read more
Jun 10, 2010 | 135 comments
Courtesy of Scholastic

Countdown Book Review

Countdown by Deborah Wiles is set in 1962. Franny Chapman not only has to deal with personal problems, like where she fits in with her family, but big... read more
Jun 06, 2010 | post a comment
Storm Warning

The 39 Clues #9: Storm Warning

If you’ve been wondering who The Man in Black in The 39 Clues series is, the wait is over! In Storm Warning, the ninth book in the series, you get to ... read more
Blimpo: The Third Circle of Heck

Blimpo: The Third Circle of Heck Book Review

Welcome to Blimpo, where the plump kids go. In the third book of The Third Circle of Heck series by Dale E. Basye, Milton Fauster has to get himself o... read more
Eclipse

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Book Review

Our review of Eclipse, the third novel in Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series comes with a warning: you really want read Twilight and New Moon (in that ... read more
Courtesy of Delacorte Press

I So Don't Do Spooky Book Review

Someone is stalking Sherry's stepmother, and it's up to her and her ghost mother to put a stop to it! Check out Kidzworld's book review and summary of... read more
Courtesy of Point

Wish Book Review

What’s worse than losing a sister? Losing a twin sister. In Wish by Alexandra Bullen, Olivia Larsen wears a magical dress that grants her a death-defy... read more

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CaptJolee
CaptJolee posted in Debating:
( practically this is anyone of any age cause like oracle said people get too attached to this mobile devices and on one should be having a phone in any grade or school and i heard this alot in my last school as well ( " oh im just using it for studying purposes") first off why would any one have a phone during a test or something when they should be instead learning in it in actual class but i can also understand that since teachers make it so boring to listen that the students just go off into day dreaming ik cause i do it all the time during class
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CaptJolee
CaptJolee posted in Debating:
yeah like we need phones in school, here is a example for a kid in school with phone ( *5 hours later, "timmy did you do your assignment", " no",  "and why not"....... "Because i was on my phone watching jackseptieye"
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"AwesomeIvysaurGirl34" wrote:This is good! I would love for you to continue this story, I need to find out the past mysteries of this man's life XDDeep. 
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This is good! I would love for you to continue this story, I need to find out the past mysteries of this man's life XD
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Who is the main character in J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye?
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