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Who owns the Internet? Is access to it a right? A privilege? Who can take away our access to the web, and for what reasons?
10-year-old Adrian writes about one of his passions: bicycling.
How far would you go to get back someone you love? To a universe outside your own? A parallel existence on a parallel Earth where everything is slightly familiar yet completely unknown? Whom would you trust? Where could you find a safe place?
What if everyone you knew had an amazing talent - from your four-year-old siblings, to your family pet, to your parents, who can't help but be disappointed in your extreme lack of special skills?
What happens when the protagonist you start getting to know and like turns out the be the bully of the story?
What if your country had been at war for your entire life? For your parents' entire lives? For as long as anyone -- even your grandparents -- could remember?
Have you ever wondered what life was like as a homesteader? Living on a farm and working hard just to keep life going, all the while worrying about wild animals, severe weather, or a bad harvest?
It's the future. The Internet has now become the Feed, an Inter-brain-net, and people surf the web, watch shows, and instant message one another without lifting a finger. Advantages? Everything you could ever want is yours if you just think about it -- provided you have the money to pay for it. Disadvantages? No one in America does anything -- anything -- but shop and watch.
Have you heard of Alex, the African Grey parrot who turned the world of animal cognition science on its head?