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Wolves of the Beyond: Lone Wolf by Kathryn Lasky

Wolves of the Beyond :: Lone Wolf Book Review

Say goodbye to owls and hello to wolves. Kathyrn Lasky, the author of the Guardians of Ga’Hoole series, delivers a new spin-off series called the Wolv... read more
Wolven by Di Toft

Wolven Book Review

Nat Carver always wanted a dog. But Woody is way more than he bargained for. Check out Kidzworld’s book review and summary of Wolven by Di Toft.... read more
Scarlett Fever by Maureen Johnson

Scarlett Fever Book Review

Scarlett Martin's life is hectic in Scarlett Fever by Maureen Johnson, the sequel to Suite Scarlett. ... read more
The Sixty-Eight Rooms by Marianne Malone

The Sixty-Eight Rooms Book Review

While visiting the Thorne Rooms exhibit at the Chicago Art Institute, best friends Ruthie and Jack discover a key that transforms their experience fro... read more
Here Lies Arthur by Philip Reeve

Here Lies Arthur Book Review

Philip Reeve, author of the Larklight trilogy, weaves a new tale of the legendary King Arthur. Check out Kidzworld’s book review and summary of Here L... read more
The Ever Breath byJulianna Baggott

The Ever Breath Book Review

Truman and Camille’s father has returned to the magical Breath World in search of a stolen orb that keeps the balance between his world and our own. C... read more
Wild Paws

Wild Paws: Book Reviews

The Wild Paws series by Susan Hughes is a set of books starring Maxine Kearney, who loves wild animals. She's a volunteer at the Wild Paws and Claws C... read more
Books for Boys

Top 10 Books For Boys: Spring 2010

These 10 books were really written with guys in mind! From books about baseball to hair-brained schemes to school troubles and more, our Top 10 Books ... read more
Fantastic Mr. Fox

Fantastic Mr. Fox: Book Review

Looking for a truly fantastic book to read? We’ve got the perfect title for you … Fantastic Mr. Fox! No, we’re not talking about the movie (although i... read more
Just Joking

Just Joking Around

Are you kind of a clown, or do you just love a good giggle? Either way, we’re taking a closer look at jokes – the history of joking, the world’s funni... read more
Mar 26, 2010 | 13 comments
Lyonesse: Darksolstice by Sam Llewellyn

Lyonesse #2:: Darksolstice Book Review

In order to regain his throne, young Idris Limpet must travel to the distant and dangerous land of Aegypt to rescue his beloved sister and prove his w... read more
The 39 Clues Book

The 39 Clues: Book #8 The Emperor’s Code :: Video Clip and Contest

A video has just surfaced that shows reporter William Michaels in an exclusive interview with Gordon Korman, author of Book 8: The Emperor’s Code. Che... read more
The Chestnut King by N.D. Wilson

The Chestnut King Book Review

Imagine you had 100 different worlds at your fingertips. Henry does in the 100 Cupboards trilogy by N.D. Wilson. Check out Kidsworld’s book review and... read more
Freefall by Roderick Gordon and Brian Williams

Freefall Book Review

In this book summary of Freefall by Roderick Gordon and Brian Williams, you’ll get the inside scoop on Will Burrows’ latest struggle, as he and his pa... read more
Fever Crumb

Fever Crumb Book Review

You’ll love Fever Crumb by Philip Reeve if you’re a JK Rowling fan. Why? Because it’s a fast-paced, readable fantasy adventure centered around a post-... read more

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PunMaster
PunMaster posted in Say Anything:
{pfft. Sure. Idc XD You can ship my annon with ppl.}  (PunMaster gets out a pencil she uses for drawing and writing her stories, and starts, talking a bit back and forth discussing which words should go where and if they'd fit, etc, but she let him do most of the puzzle since she knew how much Papyrus variants (usually) liked to do puzzles. There was the rare exceptions)  Blue, actually didn't seem surprised. "Should've expected as much." He said simply. "So then, are you ready to do some puzzles?" 
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ThePaleWalker636
Assuming Blueberry lived in the same place as me, with a snap of my fingers I tele-ported before the door. I leaned against the wall and waited for him to arrive, which was sooner than I expected. The look on his face when he saw me was priceless. ​"So, what do you wanna do?" ​((Papyrus smiles and grabs a pencil from his pocket that he uses for taking notes. [This is an interesting side plot... Is it weird if I start shipping you two? {Jk (I think)}]))
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gpc78
gpc78 posted in Say Anything:
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ImaKitchenSink
Oh goodie. This is a very interesting topic. No I don't believe we should riot ever. But protesting only does so much. At some point how much can you protest if it has not effect. Rioting is the cause of anger and outrage. It's the equivalent of throwing a temper tantrum but multiple it by ten. It's not right but it's something that people who feel voiceless do to let their voices be heard.
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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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