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Superstitious Thinking

A casino recently released a report revealing that the No. 1 superstition in the United States is throwing salt over your shoulder for good luck. This common practice happens in 17 states. The survey of more than 1,000 people also indicated that four states, (Fla., Ga., N.J., and Pa.), credit their good fortune to a tiny insect, especially when it lands on a person.

For a chance to win a $25 Amazon card, do the following:

1. Find the insect in this magazine, click for magazine, identify it and give the page number.

2.Do some research and tell one superstition relating to this little bug.

Hurry and enter by October 20!

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August Issue Super Sleuth

The August Super Sleuth discussed being courageous when starting new ventures. For a chance to win a $25 Amazon email gift card, kids were asked to name the courageous character in the Wizard of Oz, the page number of the character, what courage you have displayed and what you plan to be courageous about this year.

The correct answers are:
• The cowardly lion
• Page 29
• I rode a rollercoaster when I was 7 years old.
• I want to go on a big water slide!

Our winner is Jack Hartman of Clifton, Va. Congratulations, Jack!

The Kids Korner submissions are for children under the age of 16.