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Maybe that high school teenager that you know is really a ninja???

The element of anticipation is highly illuminated with the product KIDBOX. KIDBOX is a company that specializes in choosing clothing that fits your fashion and size preferences.

Envision the seamless melding of opposite genres combining the labor of 2 opposite world-renowned literary geniuses to rise the phoenix of a masterpiece from the ashes of the gears grinding in the minds of R.L. Stine and Marc Brown. That vision has become a reality with the children’s book “Mary McScary”, cleverly written by R.L. Stine and stunningly illustrated by Marc Brown. 

Girls coding? What’s so special about it?

Although Blake Bates, a Rock Canyon High School student shaved his hair off during Wish Week to demonstrate support for Hope, a child with a life threatening condition, he didn’t realize that he was deserving of a wish as well. 

Have you ever seen a world where an umbrella can let you float down the side of a building, a cat can be as big as an elephant, and a hotel room can morph to fit your preferences? Have you ever seen Santa and the Yule Queen duel with feats of festivity, or traveled on the Gossamer Line? Explore the magical land of Nevermoor, in The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend. 

Project Terra: Crash Course by Landry Q. Walker is undoubtedly a very weird story, but even though most of the characters seem like there is almost no way for them to exist, is based on the actual theory of terraforming, or creating planets using science.

The Biennial Of The Americas is an innovative program that has been bringing people together since 2010.

Lost. Scared. Hungry. Your stomach cries out every time you take a step. It was like an internal itch you could not scratch.

Fun interactive Twilight toy from my little pony for younger kids. 

As technology advances at practically the speed of light, people are beginning to question: Are libraries going out of business? After all, who needs to turn a page, when you have a Kindle or an E-Book right at your finger tips? Will anybody will make the ten to fifteen minute trip to their nearest library, when they conveniently have books right on their smartphone?
 

Music is something almost every human enjoys. The new Levitt Pavilion in Ruby Hill Park makes sure the community comes together with food, fun, and free music.

The third book in the Secret Coders series, Secrets and Sequences by Gene Luen Yang and Mike Holmes, is out, and it’s packed with adventure.

 The Great American Eclipse of 2017 was a once in a lifetime event. Millions of Americans gathered in the path of totality to witness one of nature’s greatest phenomenon.
My family and I traveled on August 21st to Casper, Wyoming to get in the path of totality. 

Chaos and Cream is chilling in Denver with Thai-rolled ice cream.

These mutant fighters certainly are unnatural.

Looking for a little late summer fun? The Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Farms is a 700 acre facility complete with historic homesteads, working farms, huge gardens, and butterflies.

The epic tale of a racoon and the Moonlight Brigade fighting for freedom.

Two middleschoolers are stuck with names from preschool, but then find themselves on the new top TV show.

Jake The Fake Keeps It Real is an entertaining lesson learned book for kids in the 5th and 6th grade.

We’ve all heard the mantra “follow your dreams.” But what happens when you’re told the opposite? 11-year-old Félicie Milliner has been always told that dreams are not meant to be followed. She escapes from an orphanage in Brittany, France to go to Paris with her best friend Victor. She takes a leap of faith that lands her into the Opera Ballet School, but will she be able to make it with no former training?
 

Recently, Play Doh Brand Modeling Compounds released a new series of play doh called the Shape and Learn kits. There are currently six sets out including the Letters and Language, Shape a Story, Make and Measure, Colors and Shapes, Numbers and Counting, and Textures and Tools sets. These kits are intended to help younger audiences, ages two to six, with hands on discovery and building key foundational skills.

Ruby and Olivia is fun filled with ghosts and girls trying to solve a mystery of a creepy house. Both are complete opposites what could go wrong?

“You May Already Be A Winner” by Ann Dee Ellis takes place in Utah. It is about Olivia, who lives in Sunny Pines Trailer Park.