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Folk Tale




Folk Tale is a new RTS fantasy-adventure-comedy game by indie collaboration studio Games Foundry.






The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards




The Razor’s Edge, by Madeleine Richey Are you a writer, a painter, a sculptor—an artist in any form? As a young artist, it can be hard to be recognized for your work and even harder if you are homeschooled and do not have a school that regularly hosts awards and provides opportunities to display your […]

Zev Hoover




Zev Hoover is a 14-year-old homeschooled student and self-taught photographer who lives in the Boston suburb of Natick, Massachusetts. The bright-eyed redhead has become quite an internet sensation lately due to his fanciful photos of digitally miniaturized people, many of which are self-portraits. On the Flickr image hosting site, Zev’s username is Fiddle Oak, a […]

Legend of Grimrock




A Game Review, by Super Searcher “Legend of Grimrock” is a fantasy game. Its gameplay is similar to “Dungeon & Dragons;” in fact, it even gives you an option to play on a blank, white grid. But if you’re not one to play that way, it has a first person view where you walk through […]

The Princess and the Hound




Bookshelf of a (Maybe) Teen Author, by Emily Russell My mother and I visited a used bookstore, Gottwals, to use a gift card. I found several books I’d read before and wanted to own, along with a few writing books, but only one novel I had not already read: The Princess and the Hound. I […]

Teen Read Week: Read Beyond Reality




College Bound Reading List Teen Read Week 2009 will be celebrated October 18-24! This year’s theme is “Read Beyond Reality @ Your Library,” which encourages teens to read something out of this world, just for the fun of it. The following books in the genre of science fiction, fantasy, and alternate realities are recommended reading […]

Christopher Paolini




“Everything I did was only possible because my parents were dedicated and loving enough to homeschool my sister and me. My mother, a former Montessori teacher and author of several children’s books, took the time to instruct us every day. Aside from textbook lessons, she had us perform many exercises designed to stimulate our creativity.” […]

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