x

Meet New Friends!

Recommended friends are based on your interests. Make sure they are up to date.

Friends ff8c072dd79a91c1300f032d674241a8d64367100ffb1f25fa3f9bec4a05319f
Kidzworld Logo

Kid & Teen Book Reviews

Struck By Lightning by Chris Colfer

Book Review: Struck By Lightning by Chris Colfer

Best known as Kurt Hummel on Glee, Chris Colfer delivers a quirky and cynical debut novel about a 16-year-old wannabe journalist. Kidzworld reviews St... read more
Nov 24, 2012 | 4 comments
Speechless by Hannah Harrington

Book Review: Speechless by Hannah Harrington

When Chelsea gets bullied for speaking out against some violent teens, she decides to take a vow of silence. Kidzworld reviews a book about bullying a... read more
Nov 21, 2012 | 4 comments
Breathe by Sarah Crossan

Book Review: Breathe by Sarah Crossan

When Quinn and Bea discover that Breathe, the organization that runs their domed community, is not what it appears, they join forces with a group of r... read more
Nov 16, 2012 | 1 comment
Gracie's Got A Secret by Heather Conn

Book Review: Gracie's Got a Secret by Heather Conn

Follow Gracie as she explores the world outside of her goldfish bowl with nothing to guide her but a very powerful secret. Kidzworld has the book revi... read more
Nov 09, 2012 | 1 comment
Confessions of a Murder Suspect by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

Book Review: Confessions of a Murder Suspect by James Patterson

When her parents are murdered, Tandy takes it upon herself to find the murderer, even if it’s one of her brothers…or herself. Kidzworld reviews Confes... read more

Teen Read Week

On October 17, YALSA is celebrating Teen Read Week 2012 with a Tweet-a-thon. Find out how you can join the conversation.... read more
The Diviners by Libba Bray

Book Review: The Diviners by Libba Bray

Best known for her Great and Terrible Beauty trilogy, Libba Bray returns with a spooky teen novel about the occult and a serial killer who just won’t ... read more
Keeper of the Lost Cities

Keeper of the Lost Cities

Twelve-year-old Sophie has never quite fit into her life. Read all about the new book "Keeper of the Lost Cities"! ... read more
Lucy and CeCee’s How to Survive (and Thrive) in Middle School by Kimberly Dana

E-Book Review: Lucy and CeCee’s How to Survive (and Thrive) in Middle School by Kimberly Dana

If you’re afraid of making that scary transition from elementary to middle school, then check out Lucy and CeCee’s How to Survive (and Thrive) in Midd... read more
The Rise of Nine

Book Review: The Rise of Nine by Pittacus Lore

To defeat the Mogadorian leader Setrakus Ra, the Gardes must come together and fight as one. The Lorien Legacies trilogy concludes with The Rise of Ni... read more
Carnival of Souls by Melissa Marr

Book Review: Carnival of Souls by Melissa Marr

From the author of the bestselling Wicked Lovely series comes a new teen paranormal series about a forbidden romance that bridges two different worlds... read more
Over You by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus

Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus Q&A

Best known for their book which inspired the film The Nanny Diaries, authors Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus sit down with Kidzworld to discuss their... read more
The World Almanac for Kids 2013

The World Almanac for Kids 2013

The World Almanac for Kids 2013 is packed with the hottest pop culture and entertainment facts covering TV, music, movies, video games and more.... read more
The Kill Order by James Dashner

Book Review: The Kill Order by James Dashner

From the author of The Maze Runner series comes a jaw-dropping prequel that gives you an inside look at how the Flare began. Kidzworld reviews The Kil... read more
The Spindlers by Lauren Oliver

Book Review: The Spindlers by Lauren Oliver

When a change comes over Liza’s little brother Patrick, Liza knows that the spindlers have taken his soul. Read Kidzworld recap of The Spindlers by be... read more
Aug 27, 2012 | 1 comment

posts from the General forums

Miss_Mouse
Miss_Mouse posted in Random:
These are gr8
reply 12 minutes
Nandez
Nandez posted in Debating:
"sugarpetals" wrote:What does a thirteen year old kid even know about their sexuality and coming out? At this age you've just hit puberty and sure some of you might be more mentally matured, but you're thirteen, you're now being exposed to those kinds of things and your hormones might start kicking in and you'll maybe feel different ways to different genders and people but i really do think that thirteen is a much too young age to decide, and to "come out". I respectfully disagree. this is how I think of it. Being gay happens it's not like you wake up one day and you want to be gay. It justs happens, some people come out when there younger like around 13 ish others come out sometime later. It is a confusing subject and because it's only relitvaly new concept. I think personally people should just accept the fact because for many people it's hard for people to come out because of how people look at them. People should leave an open mind because with that at least you can help and give support to those who are struggling to figure this out. Not to take this personally everyone is entitled to their own opinions this is just an explication to hopefully make it somewhat clearer. I am not gay myself but i have many friends who are so I opinion will be different than yours which is perfectly acceptable. 
reply about 2 hours
snoopynwoodstock123
Ooooh I'm gonna have some fun with this... I'll post them some point today! Hopefully half my brain cells won't be gone by the end of it...
reply about 2 hours
XxRuby_PhoenixxX
"Castlemega" wrote: "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?  it has everything to do witwit maturity and age. That is what we know as scients With*Science*Anyways. To the main question. Coming out is a deep decision. I'm not saying you aren't bisexual, but I'm not saying that this isn't too young. Being 13, I think you should at least wait till you are sixteen or seventeen to put a label on yourself. Remember, if you turn out to not be bisexual in the future and then tell your parents and friends, you might be laughed at or your mom saying "I told you it was a phase!"Maybe you should take a few quizzes and answer truthfully, or wait one or two more years before deciding who you are. But it's your choice. 
reply about 3 hours
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.

Latest Videos

Play Online Games