Reader Reviews

June 2000

Berlin Wall Photographs

June 21, 2000 -- From Jürgen Müller-Schneck,a reader fromBerlin, Germanywho is affiliated with the site

Series of color photos on the Berlin Wall by Jürgen Müller-Schneck – in deutsch | english | français | português .


MyKindaSite.com

June 21, 2000 -- From Vincent O., a reader from Mumbai, India who is not affiliated with the site

I think www.mykindasite.com is a great destination site for children. They have made education so much fun that kids can really have a ball. I especially loved the way they have explained pi in their Fun2Learn – Maths – Areas and Volumes. Its brilliant.

xrefer – the web’s reference engine

June 20, 2000 -- From Simon Prodger, a reader from London, England who is affiliated with the site

xrefer provides free online access to a fully cross-referenced collection of encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, books of quotations and subject specific reference works. xrefer has a simple and easy to use interface, and the graphic-light design means refreshingly quick download times.

KidsBookshelf

June 19, 2000 -- From Christina Lewis, a parent from Olathe, Kansas who is affiliated with the site

KidsBookshelf is a children’s literature web site for kids, parents, and teachers offering book reviews, writing contests, recipes, crafts, games, an author/illustrator spotlight, links to other great sites, print and color pages, and links for teachers. We also accept stories, book reviews, and artwork from kids as well as articles and ideas from parents.

NIFTY NIBBLES: Children’s Literary Magazine

June 19, 2000 -- From Trudy den Hoed, a reader from Hull, IA who is affiliated with the site

NIFTY NIBBLES is a printed magazine which gives kids the opportunity to get published. There are also writing contests to enter.

Huffy the Clown

June 18, 2000 -- From Gus Murphree, a parent from Birmingham,Alabama who is not affiliated with the site

I came across this site while looking for fire safety clowns. This is one of the best sites I have seen for fire safety and I was very surprised that it was not included in your Web site. I am also a fire safety clown but at this time I do not have a Web site.

Huffy the Clown

June 18, 2000 -- From Gus Murphree, a parent from Birmingham,Alabama who is not affiliated with the site

I came across this site while looking for fire safety clowns. This is one of the best sites I have seen for fire safety and I was very surprised that it was not included in your Web site. I am also a fire safety clown but at this time I do not have a Web site.

Electric Franklin

June 16, 2000 -- From a reader who is not affiliated with the site

I was looking for Benjamin Franklin information and was amazed that you missed the best one on the Net — I had already found the ones you had, but you should fix your page to include the one at ushistory.org/franklin — it even shows the kite experiment.

American Girl

June 16, 2000 -- From Julie, a reader from Middleton, WI who is affiliated with the site

Check out the new Picture Pieces game at American Girl. It’s an online version of Mahjongg. Also check out the games in our newly redesigned Events & Programs section. There are six new Shockwave mini-games to play and you get to learn about the special events and programs Pleasant Company sponsors across the country.

Florida 4-H BugClub

June 15, 2000 -- From Joe Jonovich, a reader from University of Florida, USA who is affiliated with the site

The Florida 4-H BugClub is open to all youth and youth leaders interested in learning more about insects. Membership is free and you do not have to live in Florida or be a member of 4-H! The website includes activities, teacher resources, links to related sites, and events such as weekly trivia questions. A Spanish version is now available.