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Enthralling train rides
Accurate and beautifully phrased
Like the best fiction, great sports writing weaves a gripping story of human drama.
Would you like to escape to Never Never Land?
It was at Kensington Gardens in 1902 that J.M. Barrie made some unforgettable friends and there began the story of Peter Pan.
Millions of migratory birds once flocked to the fertile, silt-enriched wetlands.
Signs of the past... and the present
Did you know how the koala came to be? A panel at the Koala Reserve in Dubbo, Australia tells a very compelling story.
Commemorating the 30th anniversary of independence, Singapore issued a set of four stamps on August 9, 1995, featuring birthday greetings in four languages. The English greeting read: My Singapore, My Country, Happy Birthday. The one dollar ...
Celebrating the man from la Mancha
Four hundred years after Don Quixote made his first appearance, he continues to amuse and teach readers about life.
After a lot of research on the character of James Bond, as written by Ian Fleming, Charlie Higson has created a teenaged Bond. Sharp, curious, and an expert cross-country runner, James just started school at Eton College. Being the new kid, he ...
I am a regular reader of the Young World and I enjoy reading it. When I cannot understand something my uncle explains it to me. Ashish Kumar Nath,
Std. I, Madanawati Public School, Sambalpur, Orissa. Young World is ...
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