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Beast Quest Book Review

Tom's dreams of adventure come true when his quest to meet the king becomes an incredible Beast Quest!... read more

Septimus Heap:: Physik Book Review

Septimus and the rest of the Heap family are back for more magical adventures in the new Angie Sage book, Physik.... read more

Enter Three Witches Book Review

Enter Three Witches puts a new spin on Shakespeare's MacBeth. We're taking a look at this fresh new adaptation.... read more

The Amazing Spider-Man Pop-Up Book Review

Spider-Man is back - and this time in 3-D! Check out this Spidey pop-up book, featuring real comic strip excerpts.... read more

The Mirror of Fire and Dreaming Book Review

The Mirror of Fire and Dreaming is the sequel to Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's Brotherhood of the Conch. Get the review!... read more

The Falconer’s Knot Book Review

Stuck in a convent, two teens struggle to survive amidst a series of murders. We review the story right here!... read more

Chain Mail: Addicted to You Book Review

Four girls who have never met come together when they get a mysterious chain mail message on their cell phones.... read more

The Saddle Club Series Review

If you'd rather be horseback riding than watching Zoey 101, maybe you should think about joining The Saddle Club!... read more

Care and Feeding of Sprites Book Review

Do you know a pixie from a sprite? Get the facts on how to raise a happy and healthy pet sprite with this cool book.... read more

Bridge to Terabithia Book Review

Jesse isn't happy when a new girl comes to town but the two soon form an unlikely friendship and create an imaginary world.... read more

Breaking Up: A Fashion High Graphic Novel Review

Ever had a best friend who you spent every waking moment with, and one day you just stopped being friends?... read more

The Treasures of Weatherby Book Review

When a book is "loathed by Lemony Snicket" you know it's going to be worth checking out. Here's the 411 you're after.... read more

Secrets of Dripping Fang:: Attack of the Giant Octopus

Mutant giant ants, a 400-pound octopus and a vampire for a dad! We review the Shluffmuffins latest adventure.... read more

Kira-Kira Book Review

What does Katie Takeshima do when life serves her lemons? She makes lemonade… and keeps looking for the kira-kira,. Read on to find out ... read more
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Christmas Book Reviews

Need a good book or two or three to curl up on the couch with this Christmas? Check out Kidzworld's picks for easy holiday reading!... read more
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suprisedioxide
I'm not saying humans should be tested on. There are alternatives where humans and animals are both not tested on such as "Organs on chips" which basically mimics the structure and function of human cells and tissues and they have been proved to replicate human medical responses more accurately than animal experiments do. There's also another alternative which is cell and tissue models that are used to access the safety of medicines as they replicate key traits of normal human skin. Besides not all animals react the same way as humans depending on different medicine types. There's various alternatives being used now that don't harm animals in anyway. I believe humans and animals are equal in fact we all come from the same kingdom so why should they be treated any different?
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GoobGoesQuack
Woah, okay so, years ago when I was 12,13 maybe, I started this story and remembering it and finding it on here (with a different account,of course) is amazing, so if anyone wants too, I can maybe restart it? Or I can rewrite it, either way just say if you want me too!!!
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Lynx_The_Lynx
Lynx_The_Lynx posted in Debating:
Uniforms - other kids can't see your taste in fashion and you don't stand out by what you wear, AND they can't judge you if you're different. With uniforms, people are being judged on their personalities, not the brands that they wear.
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