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Wolves by Seymour Simon: Book Review

Author Seymour Simon and the Smithsonian museum have teamed up to bring all you science and nature-loving kids out there an amazing new full-color non... read more

Thanks and Have Fun Running the Country Book Review

After the U.S. election, lots of kids wrote to President Obama to let him know what they thought about his new role in the White House. Thanks and ... read more

February 2009 Book Buzz

It’s fabulous February and boy do we have some fabulous new kids, young adult and teen books for you! ... read more

Bone #3 :: Eyes of the Storm Graphic Novel Review

Curious dreams are haunting Fone Bone and Thorn, dreams about dragons and hooded creatures. Kidzworld takes a look at the chilling third volume in the... read more

What My Girlfriend Doesn't Know Book Review

Robin Murphy must face the ultimate test of faith. Kidzworld reviews What My Girlfriend Doesn’t Know by Sonya Sones.... read more

Bone #2 :: The Great Cow Race Graphic Novel Review

The Great Cow Race is finally here and Phoney Bone has a secret scheme to strike it rich. Check out the second graphic novel in Jeff Smith’s Bone seri... read more

Bone #1: Out from Boneville Graphic Novel Review

After the Bone cousins get chased out of Boneville, they become separated in the eerie, unknown desert. Check out the first graphic novel in Jeff Smit... read more

Uglies Book Review

Imagine that at sixteen you could have an operation to make yourself beautiful. No more flaws, just perfect features, perfect hair, perfect skin. But ... read more

Scat Book Review

During a field trip to the Black Vine Swamp, the most feared teacher at Truman School vanishes. Could a bitter student be responsible for her disappea... read more

The Neverending Story Book Review

Kidzworld reviews the most magical adventure of all time, A Neverending Story by Michael Ende.... read more

The Diamond of Darkhold Book Review

With winter fast approaching, Lina and Doon wonder whether leaving their underground city of Ember was such a good idea. Check out the last book in th... read more

All-Star Sports Puzzle Books Review

How well do you know your sports? Kidzworld’s reviews a fun collection of All-Star Sports Puzzle Books that’ll keep you entertained for hours.... read more

Charlie Small 1 :: Gorilla City Book Review

Kidzworld reviews “the amazing, astonishing, incredible and true adventures” of Charlie Small. Check out his first-hand account of his perilous journe... read more

Snakes and Ladders Book Review

One heroic act changes a family’s life forever. Check out Shaun Smith’s debut teen novel, Snakes and Ladders.... read more

The End of the Beginning Book Review

Avon, an unworldly snail, and his best friend, Edward the ant, leave their homes in search of their first real adventure. Check out The End of the Beg... read more

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rainbowpoptart
rainbowpoptart posted in Random:
16. :P "Boysrock50" wrote:18 in April :( Goodness, already? That's not fair, man. You can't leave yet, you're one of the cool users. Could you maybe, like, grow younger instead of older? Because that'd be great.
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unicornsrule626
To be completely and utterly honest, i think it's slightly young. I wouldn't go any younger that 16. Being 13 myself, i think it's hard trying to decide and put a label on something like this. If you bisexual, great! Straight, great! What i'm saying is....We have PLENTY of time in life to decide, so don't rush it just to say "Hey, i'm bi!" Or "Hey, I'm straight!"
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sugarpetals
sugarpetals posted in Debating:
"RavenClawRaina" wrote: 1. closed minded people like u are the reason this whole question was asked in the first place. 2. It has nothing to do with their age or how mature they are. 3. If its what they feel on the inside, thats never going to change with a age. 4. dont use character quotes. rlly bothers me. Use ur OWN quotes or a pic or something, not a dead character from Harry Potter k?  Oh i'm so sorry if the right to have my own views has offended you, i'm just  saying that the way i see it is that at the age of thirteen a kid is now being introduced to topics such as these and their hormones are now kicking in and they should give themselves time to grow, these are my views and i'm entitled to them, just the way you are to yours. Second of all its my signature , i'll put what i want and quote what i want from who i want, and if it bothers you that much then just be the big kid you are and ignore it, K?
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