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Clifford’s Creator Died

Before Harry Potter and The Hunger Games, there was Clifford the Big Red Dog. The loveable, oversized canine has been dear to two generations of young readers.

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Christmas shoppers in Russia are feeling a little less than merry.

News Bytes 12/18/2014 2
Peace and Surfboards

Surf’s up! It will take more than nearby fighting, freezing temperatures, and raw sewage to keep these enthusiastic surfers out of the waves. They are the two dozen members of the Gaza Surf Club.

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Up and Out

Brice Crawford wants everyone to go off-road. Including people with physical disabilities. He founded a company called Rocket Mobility that produces all-terrain personal utility vehicles (PUVs).

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It’s a Girl! And a Boy!

Monaco’s Princess Charlene gave birth to healthy twins last week. This is the first set of twins born to a member of the royal family of the tiny principality.

News Bytes 12/15/2014 3
Nobel Peace Prize on Earth

Two supporters of children’s rights shared the Nobel Peace Prize this week.

News Bytes 12/12/2014 2
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Explain IT 11/02/2014
Fighting Disease Is Risky Business

As people moved out into the world, disease went with them. One serious disease, smallpox, probably caused the death of Pharaoh Ramses V in Egypt about 3,000 years ago.

Globe Trek 11/02/2014
Dino Discovery

Oh, the shinbone’s connected to the kneebone; the kneebone’s connected to the . . . uh, eight-foot thighbone!

Ka-Ching 11/02/2014
From Catalog to Computer

What was shopping like a century or two ago? You’d be right if you guessed that it didn’t happen in super Walmarts and malls. Instead, some people shopped right at home—by mail!

Law N' Order 11/03/2014
Who Rules? It’s a One Man Show

Dictatorship means “rule by speaking.” Whatever a dictator says is law. He is the law. Humanly speaking, he is the absolute ruler.

Mud Room 11/02/2014
Would You Like Flies with That?

God sent insect plagues upon the Egyptians. He also allows bugs to be a blessing. Bees pollinate flowers. Insects are even a blessing as a source of food.

People Mover 11/02/2014
Be Careful of Role Models

Professional sports figures are in the news—but not always for their athletic skills. Stories of violence, racism, and cheating by players, coaches, and owners make headlines almost daily.

Pie in the Sky 11/02/2014
Sparking New Ideas

The Bible tells us “there is nothing new under the sun.” That’s true. Since creation, no one has made something out of nothing.

Pop Smart 11/02/2014
What’s in a (Baby) Name?

What do the founder of Islam, one of the world’s greatest boxing legends, and more than 7,000 British baby boys have in common? Would you believe it’s their first name?

Taste Test 11/02/2014
The Greatest Story Ever Told

Do you ever think of your life as a story—like a movie or a book? It is. Your story is being written as you live it. But it’s not just your story. It’s woven into a much bigger one.

Time Traveler 11/03/2014
The Blind Watchmaker

What is Atheistic Evolution

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