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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

Diary of a Wimpy Kid :: The Last Straw Book Review

The third chapter in Jeff Kinney’s Diary of a Wimpy Kid series is here. Don’t miss the embarrassing moments and hilarious cartoons in The Last Straw.... read more

Tween and Teen Books about Orphans

Check out Kidzworld's list of awesome books about orphans!... read more

Howtoons Comic Review

Comic strips and physics combine in Howtoons, a jumbo comic about two quirky kids and their exciting homemade inventions!... read more

Gossamer Book Review

As Littlest One trains to become a dream-giver, she learns the troubling secrets of a woman and her foster son’s pasts. Don’t miss this wonderful, hea... read more
The Giver Book Review

The Giver Book Review

In a society where everything is equal, one boy learns the shocking truth about the past—a time when people loved, cried and had the freedom to choose... read more

Diary of a Wimpy Kid :: Rodrick Rules Book Review

Join wimpy kid Greg Heffley in another year of embarrassing events and hilarious cartoons. Check out the second Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Rodrick Rules.... read more

How I Survived Middle School #1 :: Book Review

Check out Kidzworld’s review of Can You Get an F in Lunch?, the first book in the How I Survived Middle School series.... read more

Knights of the Lunch Table Graphic Novel Review

Artie learns that ruling the school has its consequences. Kidzworld reviews Knights of the Lunch Table, an exciting graphic novel by Frank Cammuso.... read more

Airhead Book Review

How does an average tomboy end up in the body of a famous teenage supermodel? Find out in Kidzworld’s review of Airhead by Meg Cabot.... read more

January 2009 Book Buzz

The New Year is starting off right with an amazing line up of highly-anticipated books. Check out Kidzworld’s January 2009 Book Buzz.... read more

Beyond the Spiderwick Chronicles Books 1 & 2 Book Reviews

The Spiderwick Chronicles is back with a wicked adventure that goes far “Beyond” the original series. Check out Kidzworld’s review of The Nixie’s Song... read more

The Edge Chronicles :: Midnight Over Sanctaphrax Book Review

Sky pirate Twig must search for his missing crew members and save the Edge from the Mother Storm. Check out Midnight Over Sanctaphrax, the thrilling t... read more

A Knight's City Book Review

Dive into Medieval times with the fun pictures, easy-to-follow descriptions and amazing pop-ups inside A Knight’s City. ... read more

The City of Ember Book Review

The underground city of Ember is facing a blackout. Can two brave kids find the escape route before the entire city is plunged in darkness? Check out ... 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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