Saturday, June 25, 2022

Chickens at the Stock Show

Living green, self-sufficient, or living off the grocery store grid. Whatever you call it, urban farming is becoming more than a trend but a...

The Children’s Hospital

Tony Yin writes, On Tuesday and Wednesday, I spent almost two days in the Children's Hospital. On Tuesday and Wednesday, I spent almost...

National Geographic Kids Bird Guide of North America

From tiny hummingbirds to soaring eagles, this book has over 100 species of birds for you to discover. From tiny hummingbirds to soaring eagles, this...

Construction of Our State Capitol

Julia Foran writes, I'm sure you're familiar with our state capitol, whether you've visited or not. I'm sure you're familiar with our state...

A Cookbook for Hunger Games fans

       Have you ever cooked a raccoon before? If you should ever need to, The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook has a recipe for it.       ...

Dhivya and the Bee

Do you know what plumicorn is? Can you spell it? Well obviously Dhivya Senthil Murugan did because that is the word she spelled to...

A Ride You Don’t Want to Miss

Max knows what it's like to soar above the world. That's because she-and her five other flock members- have wings. 98% human, 2% avian...

New Golf Stars Emerge in Junior Tournament

From waking up at sunrise early Saturday morning, to getting home at sundown late Sunday evening, The Major at the Broadmoor was an unforgettable...

Red Bow

 Red Bow against midnight black hair, bouncing as the little girl runs along on the earl gray Sidewalk going where no one else knows...

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

The story of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, follows an obstinate teenager named Jacob, who sets out on an adventure in order to...
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