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November 07, 2001

4Kids: FEATURED SITE of the month

THE SUPERNATURAL WORLD

Ghosts, mermaids, fairies and even Santa Claus have all found a place to reside on the Internet at http: / / library.thinkquest.org / 27922. Yes, it's the Supernatural World! A variety of beliefs, beings and powers are discussed at this exciting out-of-this-world Web site. Examples of the supernatural influence in our history are highlighted in the Supernatural in Art and Literature section. Learn where fairies live and how to identify a werewolf. The Supernatural Beliefs section details many age-old superstitions that were derived from supernatural beliefs. This site also discusses phenomena such as telepathy and fortune-telling. If you can muster up enough courage, get spooked at the Interactive Supernatural World where anything can happen.

Kid Quest: Who was the Greek god of light, music and poetry

DESTINATION: MT. MCKINLEY

If you dare to join a month-long expedition to 14,000 feet above sea level, attempt Surviving Denali at www.pbs.org / wgbh / nova / denali / . The best view is from the summit of the mountain in the Climb section. For a journey of this caliber, you'll need to brush up on your survival skills in the Mountain of Extremes section. Climb sky high today.

Kid Quest: What year did Ray Tomlinson introduce e-mail to the world?

ENGINEERING MARVELS

Explore our technological world at the Greatest Engineering Achievements of the 20th Century Web site at www.greatachievements.org. Whether you are interested in airplanes, electronics, computers, radio and television or spacecraft, this site has the info you seek. Explore the history and timeline of each engineering marvel. There are 20 articles in all.

Kid Quest: What is hypoxia?

To complete the Kid Quest Challenge, visit the Web sites in this issue to find the answers to the questions, then go to www.4kids.org/kidquest/.

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