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Shangri-La
The fictional place becomes a personal notion on the Web. Visit the top of the world, the Himalayas, and share the author's experience of Shangri-La.

Fluency Through Fables
A monthly fable can help lead to fluency. This very clever site offers a fun fable and a series of activities to build basic language skills. Language Arts' teachers are sure to love this site.

Serendip
Take time to think about thinking. Serendip invites you to participate in their continuing forum on matters of the brain and its control of living.

The Farnsworth Chronicles
Even if you've never heard of Philo T. Farnsworth, you've certainly heard of his invention: television. The Farnsworth Chronicles offer the dramatic, sometimes thrilling, story of one man's idea and his obsession with that idea.

Florida Wildflower Showcase
Appropriately named, this showcase of wildflowers found in Florida offers some truly spectacular images. Visitors are invited to submit their own wildflower images. You'll also get the scientific name as well as the common name and location of the showcase flowers.

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