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The Fabled Fifth Graders of Aesop Elementary School

The Fabled Fifth Graders of Aesop Elementary School

In The Fabled Fifth Graders of Aesop Elementary School - the hilarious sequel to the 2007 hit The Fabled Fourth Graders of Aesop Elementary School - M... read more

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
Justin Bieber

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 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
Pamela Ellen Ferguson

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
Veronica Chambers

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
Love and Pollywogs from Camp Calamity

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
The School for Dangerous Girls by Elio Schrefer

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
Countdown by Deborah Wiles

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
The 39 Clues

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
The Twilight Saga

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
I So Don't Do Spooky by Barrie Summy

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

posts from the Random forums

PunMaster posted in Say Anything:
(PunMaster's eyes are kind. "I can help you then. I mean, you like them don't you? It doesn't matter if you're good at something or not. It's if you like it that counts.")  Blueberry thought about it. "Do you like puzzles?" 
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After the conclusion of Blueberrys tour, I thought it over a bit. "Hmm. I thought there would be a little more to it... Not to judge or anything, but the Underground's kind of boring without dueling crime bosses. Well, you want to do anything? I've got nothing but time." ((Iron Papyrus backs away. "But... but I'm not very good at puzzles..." [Side note, Papyrus in this world has much more powerful magic than the original, he just never believes in himself enough to use it. Just a fun fact]))
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PunMaster posted in Say Anything:
"So? They would never hurt me!" He announced, and then continued the tour, leading him all through the underground. It was basically the same other than the swapped Lab, the main characters (Undyne took Alphys place, Alphys took Undyne's place, Sans and Papyrus switched, Asgore and Toriel , Grillby's was now Muffet's, Grillby took Muffet's place. etc. The human hadn't fallen yet though. So as far as anyone knew, that was still the same.) When he was done, he grinned. "Well, there we are!"  (PunMaster smiles patient at Iron Papyrus, then takes out a puzzle book. "You wanna do some puzzles together ^^?") 
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"Wait, you're trying to become a royal guard? Haven't you noticed they're almost all dogs? Dogs like bones. You're a skeleton." Maybe that's why he's never gotten in. Well, what do I know about this universe?  But this is really freakin' weird! ((Iron's Papyrus is surprised, then scared for a moment, but eventually leans into Punmaster's hug. He doesn't know what to say, so it stays silent.))
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Who is the main character in J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye?
  • J.D. Salinger is the main character, it's autobiographical.
  • Holden Caulfield is the main character.
  • The main character goes by the name The Great Gatsby.
  • Justin Bieber is the main character.

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