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Killing of African lion is nothing rare

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  • Killing of African lion is nothing rare

    Killing of African lion is nothing rare

    Animal lovers worldwide are outraged over Cecil’s death. But big-game hunting is big business.

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  • What’s the next toy trend? These kids hope it’s their inventions.

    What’s the next toy trend? These kids hope it’s their inventions.

    Nine kids and teens compete in KID Museum’s Toy 2.0 Challenge.

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  • The KidsPost Summer Book Club: ‘Crossing Cultures’

    The KidsPost Summer Book Club: ‘Crossing Cultures’

    This summer, curl up with some books that will take you to foreign lands and introduce new ideas.

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Drawing up a storm

KidsPost weather art

KidsPost weather art

A showcase of daily weather art illustrations from KidsPost readers.

Fred Bowen's The Score

With a ball or a hoop, you’ve got the makings of summer fun

With a ball or a hoop, you’ve got the makings of summer fun

Kids have been playing games such as kickball, badminton and running bases for decades.

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Readers' Corner

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 9: Summer reading for young people, on June, 09, 2015 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)

Summer Book Club: ‘Dancing Home’

The story of a California girl and her immigrant cousin gets into what it means to be American