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Where Does Paper Come From Issue Date: 07-14-1996

Cool Spots imageThe first "paper" writing surface (and where paper got its name) was papyrus. The ancient Egyptians took papyrus reeds and . . . hey, we don't have to tell you. You can find out all you ever wanted to know about Egyptian papyrus at http://odyssey. lib.duke.edu/papyrus/texts/world.html. When you've read all about paper's nearest relative, go on over to the American Museum of Papermaking and take a virtual tour. This electronic museum at www.ipst.edu/amp will tell you more about the history and evolution of paper. (The second site is no longer available.)

Visit: http://odyssey.lib.duke.edu/papyrus/texts/world.html
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Adventures Around the World - Africa Issue Date: 07-07-1996

Cool Spots imageRelish an exhibit of African Art from its diverse nations and peoples at www.lib.virginia.edu/clemons/RMC/exhib/93.ray.aa/African.html.

Visit: www.lib.virginia.edu/clemons/RMC/exhib/93.ray.aa/African.html
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Color Me Green or Blue or... Issue Date: 06-23-1996

Cool Spots imageYou can always stay within the lines when you point and click to color the image of the Leprechaun. Choose from the color palette then click on an area you wish to become that color. At Carlos' coloring book, www.coloring.com you can choose among six pictures to color. When you're finished coloring in Carlos' book, head on over to http://winnie.acsu.buffalo.edu/potatoe and play edible, starchy tuberhead (a.k.a.,"Mr. Potatohead"). Choose among the funny ears, eyes, noses, feet and mustaches to create your own amiable spud. You'll love the funny pictures and the movie of the flying potato. But don't stop there, because you'll find lots of "Mr. Potatoheads" on the Web. For a fancier (but slower loading) site, you can go to: http://westnet.com/~crywalt/pothead/pothead.html. By the way, how do YOU spell potato(e)? (The second and third sites are no longer available.)

Visit: www.coloring.com
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