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  • Are you a bookworm?
  • What is a bibliophile?
  • How can you help your friends become better readers?
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  • Why do bats sleep upside down?
  • How do bats keep from falling down when they go to sleep?
  • Do bats fly just like birds?
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A bat’s own body weight helps keep it firmly attached to a surface by pulling down on what that are connected to its talons?

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  • What is a homonym?
  • What's the difference between a homograph and a homophone?
  • What is a capitonym?
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The words, march (a way of walking) and March (the month) are examples of which of the following:

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  • How does invisible ink work?
  • What common household substances can be used to make invisible ink?
  • What things can you do to reveal a message written in invisible ink?
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Chemically-activated invisible inks can be made from any two chemicals that are what until mixed with each other?

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  • What is a poetry slam?
  • Who invented the poetry slam?
  • Can you write poetry?
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