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Curious Listeners

October 25, 2019

How can you stop ice cream from melting? How should you talk to your dog? Guy Raz and Mindy Thomas explore answers to these questions and others. They are hosts of a science and technology podcast for kids called Wow…

Arts

Writer At Work

October 18, 2019

What inspires someone to become a writer? For Jacqueline Woodson, it was butterflies. At age 7, she wrote poems about them. “I stapled together a book,” she told TIME for Kids. “I carried it around in my pocket until my…

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Nobel Nomination

May 3, 2019

Meet Greta Thunberg. She is a 16-year-old climate activist. She lives in Sweden. Greta has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. That is a big honor. If she wins, Greta will be the youngest Nobel winner in history. The…

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Driving with Danica

February 12, 2019

Danica Patrick first got behind the wheel when she was 10 years old. She was in a tiny race car called a go-kart. Patrick was one of just a few girls on the track. But she enjoyed racing. She was…

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Community

Famous Firsts

January 24, 2018

Women are changing the world. They are breaking barriers. They are doing great things. March is Women’s History Month. To celebrate, meet five incredible females. Each was the first to do something big. The Astronaut The first African-American woman in…

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Entertainment

Super Business Girl

November 30, 2017

ASIA NEWSON, 14, lives in Detroit, Michigan. Every day after school, she becomes Super Business Girl. She is the CEO of the company. The company sells homemade candles. Asia started the business when she was 5. This year, her goal…

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Festival Fun

October 2, 2017

Ella Rose Bednorz, 8, knows where she will be on November 11 and 12. She will be at the Autry Museum of the American West. It is in Los Angeles, California. Every year, the museum holds the American Indian Arts…

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Learning Language

April 21, 2017

U.S. students are learning the language in school. It is spoken in China. There are thousands of languages in the world. More people speak Mandarin than any other language. It is a form of Chinese. In the United States, many…

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Where Are the Women?

February 3, 2017

Girl Scouts want to honor women leaders with a statue in New York City. In New York City’s Central Park, 22 statues honor men. Four statues show fictional females. One is of Alice, a character from the book Alice in…

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Fact Check

January 13, 2017

News literacy programs help kids tell the difference between fact and fiction. Khadija Qanoongo, 12, used to believe everything she read online. Then she took a news literacy class. She found that many stories are fake. “Now I’m very careful…

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