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John Newbery: The Father of Children’s Literature

John Newbery: The Father of Children’s Literature

By Aazan Ahmad

During the 18th century, the English working people experienced great prosperity and wealth. Their financial security enabled them to have more pastime with their children.

My Adventure as a Toy

My Adventure as a Toy

By Jimena Valdivia, age 11, California

The day before my eighth birthday on April 20, I watched the movie Toy Story 3. I was so impressed by the characters that I wanted to be a toy, so I could play all day long with toys, have multiple adventures, and not have to sleep.

Life in the Moment

Life in the Moment

By Gavin Bates

Imagine a world without a Starbucks on every street corner. In Calca, Peru, the streets are still made of cobblestone, and most of the buildings are unfinished. The foundations of these houses are often built from Incan ruins.

The Beauty of Nature

The Beauty of Nature

By Akshaj Mehta, Sci-Tech Kids Editor

The famous scientist Albert Einstein once said, “Joy in looking and comprehending is nature's most beautiful gift.”

One with the Earth

One with the Earth

By Blair Haft, age 12, Florida

I will walk with my feet bare
Over hot, burning embers
Letting the rusty nails dig into my heels

How Buying Organic Food from Local Farms Can Make a Difference

How Buying Organic Food from Local Farms Can Make a Difference

By Stella Prince, Nonfiction, AK Adventures, and Global Village Editor

In all of America, there are millions of farms. Some spray their produce; some don’t. But it is important to support the farms in your area that are 100 percent organic and not full of chemicals.

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