KidsPost Summer Book Club: ‘A Thousand Questions’ by Saadia Faruqi

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(Jos� Elgueta for The Washington Post)
(Jos� Elgueta for The Washington Post)

KidsPost Summer Book Club: ‘A Thousand Questions’ by Saadia Faruqi

Two girls from opposite sides of the world meet and discover they have a lot to learn from each other.

For Summer of KidsPost, bring KidsPost along on your vacation!

Bring a newspaper page or a website printout on your travels and take a picture holding it.
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Who was John Newbery, the namesake of the top children’s book award?

The British publisher made children’s books popular; 100 years ago his name was suggested for a new U.S. prize.
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What’s to know about elephants’ trunks? A lot more than people think.

Scientists in Georgia studied elephant at Zoo Atlanta to discover how trunks work.
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Famous father-kid pairs!

As Father’s Day approaches, test your knowledge on these famous fathers and their famous kids.
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Teens are among the swimmers to watch in U.S. Olympic trials

Torri Huske sets a U.S. butterfly record as she and Claire Curzan earn trip to Tokyo Olympics.

Girl Scouts have millions of unsold cookies

15 million boxes of unsold cookies remain after pandemic caused fewer girls to sell in person.
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KidsPost Summer Book Club: ‘Clues to the Universe’

A potentially embarrassing mistake sparks a friendship between two middle-schoolers.
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Juneteenth: An emancipation celebration

On June 19, 1865, Union troops freed enslaved people in Texas, the last Confederate state forced to do so.

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KidsPost weather art gallery

A showcase of daily weather illustrations created by KidsPost readers.
  • Jan 10, 2020
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Van Gogh in the digital age

Exhibit celebrates Vincent van Gogh?s famous art through digital reproductions.
  • Jun 12

32 years later: Pro-democracy protests at Tiananmen Square

Chinese protesters asking for a more open and free society were shut down by their government.
  • Jun 6

Cicadas inspire works of art

Brood X periodical cicadas will be gone in a few weeks, but these kids? drawings are a lasting reminder. Take a look at KidsPost readers? visions of these insects, which show up after being underground for nearly 17 years.
  • Jun 1

100 years later: The Tulsa Race Massacre

The Tulsa riot, one of the deadliest in U.S. history, was nearly forgotten.
  • May 31

Artist Claude Monet's famous garden is open again!

Located in Giverny, France, this garden inspired some of Monet's most famous paintings.
  • May 20

The last wild macaw in Rio is lonely and looking for friends

Named Juliet, this blue-and-yellow macaw has visited an enclosed aviary every day for the past 20 years!
  • May 13

It’s cicada time! Brood X is back after 17 years underground.

Although they arrive in huge numbers, cicadas will not hurt you.
  • May 7