Ok, parents, have your kids ever asked you a question and you didn't know the
answer? What about current events? Maybe they've seem something on the news
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Do you understand why Colorado is battling such terrible wild fires? Sure it's
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8 and 9 through 12. So when it's time for your kids to tackle those infamous
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From Earthquakes, http://whyfiles.org/094quake/index.html,
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From Asthma, http://whyfiles.org/144larrydodder/index.html,
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Oh, and so you'll know what to say the next time the kids ask, here's why the
sky is blue! http://whyfiles.org/071questions/.