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On her usual walk in the forest, Grace meets an unusual boy.
From climbing Everest to skiing to the South Pole, read about some amazing adventurers!
Which animals can you see in cities? This article tells you about more than just dogs and cats!
More messages ... Who is sending them? And what can Kay do?
Friends or exams? Which are more important?
Graffiti and street art isn't new. Find out about its history in this article.
It's a big day at school for Tom and he's nervous and excited at the same time.
Read an interview with two skateboarders from Los Angeles.
Deshi likes the girl, but does she like Deshi?
A popular book and exciting new film.
The Life of Pi is a very popular book and now it is also going to be a 3D film.
No one believes her. But what about the blood in the swimming pool? And what happened to her leg?
Is the text message a joke, or a real emergency?
Chloe has an unusual pet which isn't popular with all the members of her family.
Read all about YouTube star Charlie McDonnell.
Wonder is a book about a boy called Auggie who feels ordinary but looks very different.
Grace is walking her dog in the forest when something unusual happens.
From walking along the entire Amazon River to skiing to the South Pole, take a look at some of the 21st century's most amazing adventurers!
Wild animals in cities can cause lots of problems. From baboons to squirrels, you'll learn a lot more about the problems some cities face in this article.
The messages won't stop. Who is sending them? And what can Kay do?
With exam stress and friend problems, Mo's having a bad week.
Modern art or vandalism? Whatever you think about street art, you'll learn more by reading this article.
You know the feeling. A big day at school. Everyone will be watching you. Tom is nervous and excited at the same time ...
Are you passionate about skateboarding? We talk to two skateboarding fans from LA.
After moving to a new country, Deshi’s life seems miserable. But maybe it’s not all bad ...
They say it's the new Twilight, but better. Have you read The Hunger Games?
Seven million readers can’t be wrong. What makes The Life of Pi so special?
No one believes her. But what about the blood in the pool? And the horrible injuries to her leg? How could something like that have happened?
You shouldn’t believe everything you read in a text message ... or should you?
Can YouTube make you famous? It worked for Charlie McDonnell!
Wonder is a book about an ordinary boy called Auggie who looks very different from most boys his age.
Walking her dog in the forest, Grace has a chance encounter that will present her with a dilemma.
From walking along the entire Amazon River to skiing to the South Pole, check out some of the 21st century's most amazing adventurers!
Wild animals in cities can cause chaos! Can you imagine the trouble that baboons in city centres could cause?
The messages are getting worse, and Kay is really getting desperate. But what can she do?
OK, so Mo and Terry have fallen out. But should Mo tell a teacher about her friend's cheating?
Vandalism or contemporary art? Find out more about where street art has come from and where it might be heading.
You know the feeling. A big day at school. All eyes will be on you. Tom is nervous but kind of excited at the same time ...
What's it like being a skater in LA? We talk to two teenage skateboarding fans.
Unrequited love or just a misunderstanding? Will Deshi’s story have a happy ending?
Is this exciting fantasy-thriller the new Twilight?
Religion, shipwrecks and an enormous tiger called Richard Parker ... it’s all in The Life of Pi.
No one believes her. But the evidence is there ... the blood in the pool, the horrible injuries to her right leg. How on earth could something like that have happened?
Going to the abandoned house seems like harmless fun, but should Amy be worried?
Chloe has an unusual pet which isn't popular with all the members of her family. In this story it gets her into a bit of trouble.
From ordinary student to YouTube star. How did Charlie McDonnell do it?
Wonder is an honest, funny and moving book about a boy who feels ordinary but looks different.
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