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Articles in "Family & Friends"

Chase Hoven writes, Walt Disney once said, "All good things started with a mouse.

Allyson Malecha writes, Taylor Swift!

Leah Shaull writes, To me...

Dannika Harris writes, This Thanksgiving, I gave thanks for my wonderful friends, family and the food.

Kaitlyn Sudolnik writes, I woke up to a gloomy, freezing winter morning, rubbed my eyes, and got dressed in my wool dress and cotton black tights.

Lillian Lungren writes, I really like "A SAM and FRIENDS MYSTERY...

Julia Gergely writes, It all starts out when Tom's family goes on a trip to their lakehouse in the summer.

Tommy Gergely writes, I am thankful for my family and my dog and everything that we have.

Sara Hughes writes, By: Sara HughesWalt Disney's "The Tigger Movie 2 Disc 10 th Anniversary Edition DVD".

Rebecca Bloomfield writes, Do you know anyone hard to shop for?

Bailey Cross writes, Grade: B+Ebenezer Scrooge is one of the greediest men on the planet.

Dannika Harris writes, Introducing Toss Across to the Twenty First Century!

Mary Eleanor Tezak writes, "Come here Laken!" I yelled to my dog as he came crashing down the hallway, paws flying.

Haley Rogers writes, The sky's the limit, unless your house can fly.

Ira Tandon writes, This Disney DVD features many short films, including The Prince and the Pauper, The Pied Piper, and many more.

Emma Selner writes, Sonny with a Chance- Sonny's Big Break...

Devlin Barron writes, On October 17th, 2009, Dr.

Elise Collins writes, The Abraham Lincoln: Self- Made in America exhibit will be at the Four Mile Historic Park until November 11th.

Dannika Harris writes, Who ever said Karate is not a sport, never participated in a Black Belt test.

Meghan Sharma writes, " A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.

Jill Armstrong writes, What some of our Colorado Kids reporters said:I am quite comfortable with my weight...

Mary Eleanor Tezak writes, Right now your primary concerns are probably along the lines of studying for that mammoth test tomorrow...

Dannika Harris writes, SHARK.

Melissa Kaiser writes, You might wonder how anybody can make a book that's only ten sentences long into a full length movie.