Lord of the Flies

by William Golding

The Hired Girl

Laura Amy Schlitz

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Learn to code.

Learn how to code. If you can fog a mirror, you can learn a computer coding language. You're not too old to learn, and you're definitely not too young. In fact, if you're a teen, even a tween, now is the time to start. Need a reason to get going? We've got three: Reason #1 you […]

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If you’re a teenager and you’re breathing, raise your hand. Great! Thanks for volunteering! There’s always a shortage of hands, and never a shortage of needs. Which means thousands of charities and services organizations welcome your help with open arms. If you’re thinking—what with schoolwork and extracurricular activities, maybe a part time job, too—that you don’t […]

The perfect hobby

The perfect hobby. Something you do for fun. Something that actually is fun. Something that’s really cheap. Something that might pay off. In cash. There’s the “clever” part. The average teenager spends more than seven hours each day in front of a computer, a TV, or a mobile device. Peel yourself away from the digital […]

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