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Voices of youth Issue Date: 12-23-2001

Cool Spots imageUNICEF's The Voices of Youth Web site at www.unicef.org/voy lets you discuss how to make the world a better place. The Meeting Place explores how kids your age face the struggles of war, hunger and child labor. You can also read stories about young children who have to work in factories. The Learning Place offers activities to test your knowledge about polio, HIV/AIDS, and children and work. Your voice is important, so let it be heard.

Visit: www.unicef.org/voy
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National Geographic for Kids Issue Date: 12-09-2001

Cool Spots imageSome of the coolest stuff on the Web waits for you at the new National Geographic for Kids Classroom Magazine, Online Edition for 3rd- to 6th-graders. Check it out at http://magma.
nationalgeographic.com/ngexplorer
. There are articles, online adventures and a cool Poll Booth. For a break, play a game or take in a Quick Flick. You can even enter a contest right on the Web site. Have a parent help you with the permission form first. Explore the world with National Geographic.

Visit: http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngexplorer
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The Mark Twain House Issue Date: 12-02-2001

Cool Spots imageThe Mark Twain House, an architectural oddity that belonged to one of America's most beloved writers, is open to you at www.marktwainhouse.org. This monumental site features a virtual tour of Twain's Hartford, Conn., home, complete with quotes from Twain biographers and the man himself. The tour takes you everywhere, from the entrance hall to the billiard room to the master bedroom where you'll find, as Twain put it, "the most comfortable bedstead that ever was." Milestones in Twain's life at Hartford are spread across a timeline in the History section. In the Just for Kids section, you can try to find all of the names of Twain's cats in a word search. What Twain once said about the city of Hartford is true about this Web site: "You do not know what beauty is if you have not been here."

Visit: www.marktwainhouse.org
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Wow! This Place is Huge! Issue Date: 11-11-2001

Cool Spots imageRace over to www.montanakids.com and check out Montana Is for Kids. There aren't many states in the U.S. where the temperature drops 100 degrees in one day and the animals are as plentiful as the people, but Montana has it all. Future historians can use this site to learn about the Battle of Little Big Horn, Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull and Gen. George A. Custer. Nature lovers can enjoy Montana's beautiful outdoors in the Things to See and Do section. This site also highlights many tourist attractions found in Montana, including famous ghost towns and archeology sites. You can also tap into the wealth of resources Montana has to offer in the Agriculture and Business section. Don't worry about speeding around this Web site. Montana recently raised its speed limits.

Visit: www.montanakids.com
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Peace in the Garden Issue Date: 07-22-2001

Cool Spots imageTake a virtual tour of Anderson Gardens at http://andersongardens.org. Located in Rockford, Ill., these Japanese gardens were inspired by the founder's 1966 trip to Japan. Begin your tour of the gardens at the Wisteria Arbor where you can leave your cares behind. Visit the beautiful waterfalls, granite pagoda and zigzag bridge. Listen to the sounds of the coin water basin and the deer chase. Chat for a bit with the stone raccoons, and have tea at the tea house. Once you've passed the west waterfall and completed your journey, stop by the Anderson Center where you can learn more about Japanese studies and horticulture.

Visit: http://andersongardens.org
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