2/13 Happy Valentine's Day! by Nancy Castaldo, who sends you an early valentine. It won't contain candy, but it has a lot of surprising information about how the holiday began.
2/14 The Curse of King Tut by Jim Whiting. When King Tut's tomb was opened, many newespapers reported that the phrase “Death Shall Come on Swift Wings to Him Who Disturbs the Peace of the King” had been inscribed next to the tomb. After that, strange things began to happen, at least according to the press. Was there a curse or not. Jim Whiting takes a look at it with you.
2/15 A Bouncing Ball Like You've Never Seen by Vicki Cobb. Bouncing a ball is not exactly child's play when you understand the physics behind the action. Vicki Cobb shows you what really happens. Beautiful and amazing!
2/16 Flat Paper Flight by Jan Adkins. Has a paper airplane ever been launched in your classroom (accidentally of course)? Then why not learn to make a really really good one? Jan Adkins introduces you to John Collins, the designer of the world champion paper airplane, and share with you John's prize winning design.
2/17 Taz in Big Trouble by Laurence Pringle. You've probably heard of Taz, the Looney Toons character that goes whirling and screaming through cartoons. Larry Pringle tells you the sad story of the real animal on which Taz was based.