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Many of the Wakefield twins' adventures are typical teenage stuff. Sometimes, though, the plotlines of the Sweet Valley High books were, in a word, insane.

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Crows lack the parts of the brain that we use to count—but they know 2+2 too. How do they do it?

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The Most Popular Book Set in Each State

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Oklahoma City public school finds century-old chalkboards—complete with lessons and drawings of Pilgrims—hidden since 1917.

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