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Educational and Recreational Links
Information about the states and capitals.
Ask Jeeves for Kids
Natural language question answering site for children 7 - 14.
The Children's Book Council
Encouraging reading since 1945.
This is the greatest math site ever! Really!
"Do We" Really Know Dewey?
A fun website about the Dewey Decimal System.
Eyes of Nye
Take another look at science through the eyes of Bill Nye, scientist extraordinaire.
Eyewitness - History
Read accounts of historical events written by those who experienced them, or witnessed them.
First Gov for Kids
United States government interagency Kid's Portal. This site provides links to Federal kids' sites along with some of the best kids' sites from other organizations grouped by subject.
Educate yourselves and your children about how to use the Internet safely.
Department of Health and Human Services efforts in encouraging and empowering girls from 9-14 to live healthy lives and make health choices.
The History Channel
Who says history is boring?
How Stuff Works
The mission of this site is to explore all sorts of interesting subjects with clear, fun explanations.
Web site of the National Geographic Society.
Notable Children's Websites
These sites are chosen by professional librarians, members of the Association for Library Service to Children's Notable Children's Websites Committee. These are the best websites for ages birth-14, outstanding in both content and conception.
Super Science Fair Projects
A complete guide to projects, topics, experiments and ideas.
Series and Sequels
This site contains over 16, 500 books in series titles classified into three audiences: Young Adult, Juvenile, Juvenile-Easy.
Where children have fun learning to read.
The White House
Learn everything about the White House and those who have lived there, including pets.