The Boy Who Cried Fabulous is a story about a boy whose curiosity and fascination sometimes get him into trouble.
Month: January 2011
Students and workers across Europe are protesting large cuts to spending on education, as well as decreases in pensions and salaries.
What is foster care? Read stories from kids in the foster care system, and learn some facts about foster care in the United States.
These kids in Southern Sudan, Africa, are children of the Wokowu Oke, or “Arrow Boys,” who are traditional archer teams and defenders of the villages. They live in Malakia Village, Western Equatorial State. Soon, they may have a brand new country.
Representatives all over the world gathered in Cancun, Mexico to come up with plans to fight climate change at the United Nations (U.N.) Climate Change Conference from November 29 to December 10, 2010.
A law signed by President Obama on December 8, 2010 will give money to more than 75,000 black farmers who faced discrimination when applying for the government loans they needed to stay in business in the 1980s and 90s.
Bud Not Buddy, by Christopher Paul Curtis, is a story about a young orphan who finds a family through an unexpected journey.
Fifth-graders helped NASA test out a drill that may one day be used to make discoveries on Mars.
Have you been blasted away by loud TV commercials? Too many people have, so Congress decided to ban them.
Often overlooked is Martin Luther King, Jr.’s opposition to the U.S. war in Vietnam. Here are some of his powerful remarks delivered on April 4, 1967.