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  1. Where Did “Cinderella Story” Come From?

    The Cinderella that English speakers know and love can be traced to the French story Cendrillon, first published in 1697 by Charles Perrault, though Chinese and Greek versions of this classic tale go back to the 9th century CE and 6th century BCE, respectively. Today, there are over 500 variants of Cinderella in Europe alone. It’s no surprise, then, that describing something as a Cinderella …

  2. 8 Quotes From Beloved Children’s Author Roald Dahl

  3. This Teen Literally Wears Her Heart On Her Sleeve

    Winter's pins may be small, but the words and feelings they express are monumental. Check 'em out.
  4. Kids Redefine Nostalgic Words From Your Past

    This kid definitely showed us a new, hilarious perspective on nostalgic words we used to say all the time!
  5. These Kids Know More About Idioms Than You Do

    Kids redefine idioms ... and it's amazing. A piece of cake, an arm and a leg, cats and dogs ... what do you think they mean?
  6. What Do You Call Your Parents And Grandparents?

    When you’re born, the first words you speak are so often mommy or daddy. (In some garbled, gurgled form or another—translation is often required.) So, let’s explore this commonality that connects us all and learn the different words people have come up with to describe their moms, dads, and grandparents. We might just toss in the random uncle, aunt, and cousin, too. Most of these …

  7. Words Parents Say That Make Our Eyes Roll

  8. Dads Define Fatherhood In Their Own (Hilarious) Ways

  9. 18 Fatherhood Quotes Better Than A Dad Joke

  10. Which Generation Are You From?

    Here are some generations past and present with their defining characteristics. They're all different and all rather interesting. So, buckle up, it's time to take a journey through history.