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Title: Sherman Alexie
Author: Sherman Alexie
he story of a fourteen-year-old junior, a teenager on the Spokane Indian reservation, who ...
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Title: Checolo Board Game
Distributed By: Toykraft
Checolo is a logically appealing, competitive and fast-paced game for the entire family. This unique, logic-based board game is sure to bring out your kids’ intellectually competitive side.
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April 15, 2015 | 3 Answers
#6 Ouch! I burned my finger by just touching that hot pan.
What happened? Heat was transferred to my finger! We know heat can be transferred by convection, radiation, or conduction...

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March 30, 2015 | 3 Answers
#5 Frost-quakes! Really?
This January the news was filled with information about the polar vortex that put US into a deep freeze. However, even before this the subzero temperatures in Canada was causing “frost quakes”. People woke up to strange “booms” that was caused by the sudden extreme cold!

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March 19, 2015 | 2 Answers
#14 What does the beak of a bird tell you?
A good look at the beak can tell us what a bird generally likes to eat! In fact, a bird's beak and feet are two features in its body which give us much information about a bird's habitat and lifestyle...

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February 25, 2015 | 4 Answers
#16 Cool Caves
Caves are rocky habitats; they form in areas with soft limestone or dolomite rock. Caves are basically hollows in rock either below or above the ground. Sometimes it may take millions of years for the hollowed out areas of a cavern to join together and form a cave. Caves are often dark, cold, wet, damp and slippery.

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February 12, 2015 | 1 Answers
#18 Clouds
Have you ever looked up at the sky and observed the clouds? Clouds come in different shapes and sizes. Sometimes they are high and other times really low. The size, shape and height at which the clouds form depend on...

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December 26, 2014 | 0 Answers
#25 Goby fish and shrimp's special relationship
We’ve all seen and heard about special relationships among humans, but have you ever heard about a special relationship between a fish and a shrimp?

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November 10, 2014 | 0 Answers
#24 What's the temperature?
Just like humans, the body of animals must be kept at a constant or normal temperature for all parts of their body to work properly. A thermometer is used to measure the temperature of the body for humans as well as animals and the unit...

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October 17, 2014 | 0 Answers
#23 Can you Haiku?
Did you know that there is a special type of poem that does not rhyme? This form of poetry is known as Haiku. It is a Japanese form of poetry, which is often called ‘the wordless poem!’ In Japanese, Hai means ‘humour’ and Ku means ‘poem’.

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September 26, 2014 | 0 Answers
#22 Trick or Treat!
Halloween has come to be a day meant for dressing up, having fun and trick or treating.People host Halloween parties and children (and maybe some grown-ups!) dress up as witches, ghosts, monsters and other creepy creatures! Children go trick or treating around their neighbourhood and collect candy. People light up jack-o’-lanterns (those pumpkins with scary grins!) and decorate their houses with ghostly decorations such as spider webs and skeletons.

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September 05, 2014 | 1 Answers
#21 Understanding Artificial Satellites
Artificial satellites are man-made objects launched using rockets. They are deliberately sent into space, where they orbit around Earth. The design, size and the altitude of an artificial satellite depends on the job it is designed for. Currently, there are over a thousand active artificial satellites orbiting Earth and performing different functions.

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August 22, 2014 | 5 Answers
#20 Buzz Goes the Bee
When we think about bees, all we can think about is honey or getting stung by them; but seldom do we realise how important bees are for us, and the environment. Nearly one-third of the crops in the world depend on bees for pollination...

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August 01, 2014 | 3 Answers
#19 Mapmakers
Think of a Big Round Globe in your pocket! It’s not only bulky but impossible to carry one in your pocket. That is why we have maps, so that travellers can easily fold and carry them around. Maps can also show a small part of the earth in detail...

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July 04, 2014 | 3 Answers
#17 Coconut Crabs!
There are some crabs that just love coconuts. This is why they are named Coconut Crabs! Interesting! Don’t you think? Coconut Crabs are large, nocturnal land crabs which are expert at climbing trees, but they cannot swim! If the adult crab is left in the water, for more than a day, it can drown...

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June 13, 2014 | 1 Answers
#15 Skeletons of sea creatures
Did you know that seashells are actually skeletons of many sea creatures? Sea creatures called as Molluscs, like oysters, clams, snails, etc have hard protective skeletons covering their body...

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May 30, 2014 | 2 Answers
#13 Greek Root Words
Most languages spoken in the world have words adapted from other languages. In English itself, many words are derived from the Greek language itself! These words are called as root words. A root word is a word or word-part from which other words grow, usually through the addition of prefixes and suffixes.

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May 23, 2014 | 2 Answers
#12 Palindromes
There are words and phrases in the English language, which can be spelled the same way, both forward and backwards. Read our special explore of the week on Palindromes to know more!

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May 10, 2014 | 2 Answers
#11 Rocks that Float!
Yes, there are some rocks that float This is because they have some qualities that make them different from other rocks. To find out which rocks float and why, read more!

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April 25, 2014 | 3 Answers
#10 Are there mountains under the sea?
Yes, there are many of them. They come in all shapes and sizes! These mountains are formed due to undersea volcanic activity. They generally form when volcanic mountains rise up from the seafloor but fail to reach the surface.

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April 11, 2014 | 1 Answers
#9 Why does the sky look clearer after it rains?
Heavy shower of rain changes things, and suddenly the sky looks totally different, as if bathed in a new light. I can actually see what lies ahead of me, and the sky looks fresh blue. Why does the sky look clearer after it rains?

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March 31, 2014 | 2 Answers
#8 What’s in a name?
Sometimes after a visit to the zoo don’t you wonder how all the different animals got their names? What do their names mean? Why is a Rhinoceros called a Rhinoceros and not a Giraffe?

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March 11, 2014 | 4 Answers
#7 Convection
How does an entire room get warm? There is no direct contact between the heater and the entire room. The heater sits in a corner of the room, hence unable to radiate rays across the entire room. Then how does the heat get transferred?

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January 13, 2014 | 4 Answers
#4 Why do we get fog?
Come January, the cold sets in and many places in the North are “fogged out”. To top the list of fogged out places is no other but our National Capital, New Delhi! Flights get canceled, trains get delayed, traffic on the roads...

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December 23, 2013 | 2 Answers
#3 How did Santa become the jolly old man that we know?
The joy of Christmas is not complete without Santa Claus. He did not always look like a jolly old man. He started off looking quite different! Explore to find out the story for yourself!

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December 16, 2013 | 3 Answers
#2 What does an earthquake have to do with a Tsunami?
Research and explore! Here is a little information on earthquakes, to help you on your quest. Research a little more and find the answer for yourself!

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December 11, 2013 | 3 Answers
#1 Where does the cyclone's energy come from?
To help you with this question, we have put together background information about cyclones. Take this topic further, become a true explorer and answer the question.

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