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Billy Clikk :: Rogmasher Rampage Book Review

Billy Clikk, monster hunter, secret agent, extreme athlete, and he's only 11! We review his first solo mission here... read more
The Secrets of the Alchemist Dar by Michael Stadther

The Secrets of the Alchemist Dar Book Review

This book combines a fantasy story and a treasure hunt for $2 million in fairy rings! All the info is in our book review.... read more

E.B. White Biography

He's warmed your heart with classic books like Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little. Get the biography on the wonderful author, E.B. White!... read more

Elise Primavera Biography

Elise Primavera has found success with her first novel, The Secret Order of the Gumm Street Girls. Learn more about her here!... read more

Charlotte's Web Book Review

This is the tale of an underdog... or more specifically an underpig! It's a classic story of friendship and it's being made into a mo... read more

Lemony Snicket Biography

Lemony Snicket's stories have crept into the souls of millions of children around the world. Find out more about this mysterious man right here!... read more
The Monstrous Memoirs of a Mighty McFearless by Ahmet Zappa

The Monstrous Memoirs of a Mighty McFearless Book Review

Minerva wants to fight monsters like her dad and she gets her chance when he's kidnapped. Read all about it here!... read more
The End by Lemony Snicket

The End and The Beatrice Letters Book Reviews

The End has arrived. Find out all the miserable details on the 13th book in Lemony's Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events!... read more
The Secret Order of the Gumm Street Girls by Elise Primavera

The Secret Order of the Gumm Street Girls Book Review

Four girls must fight the sister of the Wicked Witch of the West to protect a pair of ruby red slippers. Read the review!... read more

Gail Carson Levine Biography

Gail Carson Levine won awards for her first novel Ella Enchanted. Now she's back with a new book called Fairest. Find out more about thi... read more
Fairest by Gail Carson Levine

Fairest Book Review

The author of Ella Enchanted is bringing you another tale of magic, mystery and love. Get the 411 on this exciting new novel.... read more

Luc Besson Biography

Luc Besson writes about Arthur's adventures in the land of Minimoys - and he's a renowned filmmaker too! Get the goods on this French... read more
Arthur and the Forbidden City by Luc Besson

Arthur and the Forbidden City Book Review

Arthur navigates spider webs, kisses from a princess and the evil Maltazard in Arthur And The Forbidden City.... read more

Jon Berkeley Biography

He's an illustrator, a novelist and he has a magical world of angels and talking tigers in his brain. Here's the scoop on the author of The ... read more
The Palace of Laughter by Jon Berkeley

The Palace of Laughter Book Review

An orphan and an angel set off to rescue their friends from the Palace of Laughter, which isn't as happy a place as it sounds.... read more

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shae508 posted in Debating:
"Desmondlove1" wrote:I mean Nigeria boko  haram war Yep, totally made sense. :P Again, I understand English might not be your first language.But maybe..rephrase?   
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Desmondlove1 posted in Debating:
I mean Nigeria boko  haram war
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shae508 posted in Debating: One. Girl and guys pretty much sin the same amount. (Well, I 'sin' a bit more. Gay and all. ;)) But trying to judge if a person is sinful or not based on their gender is no offense. Dumb. Oh, and the reason we see black and red as evil is because the dark is like night. The unknown filled with dangers. It's natural for humans to fer it. And red is like the color of blood.Something not meant to be really seen. (Unless your a girl.) So of course we'd see these things as evil. And light colors like white, or light blue would be associated with god because light means day. Which most of the time means safe. There, question answered. hard to understand. Rephrase please? What do you mean by Nigeria gives them a chance? What? Like they let Satan in or something? And my seems a bit, no offense. Prissy? I dunno. Not my type of dude. I mean, if I went by his word I couldn't even wear two clothes of different fabrics. :P At least Satan lets me wear whatever the Hell. (XD) I want.  But no Satan either. I go by the universe. Ying Yang stuff. You. Sorry to say. Can't live without Satan, without him this world would be perfect. And probably collapse upon it's self. 
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