The San Diego Zoo YouTube Channel

If you love animals you (ages 13+) or your parents should subscribe to the San Diego Zoo YouTube channel which has the latest animal and conservation news from the San Diego Zoo. WARING: May cause a visit to the San Diego Zoo. Here are just [...]

The Mouse Guard Graphic Novels

Mouse Guard is an all ages, award winning comic book series written and illustrated by David Petersen. Digging into his love of animal stories and medieval roleplaying games, David created a fantasy adventure world of cloaked, sword wielding [...]

For the Love of All Things Peeps

For some time the Bubblegum Post staff were located in London, England, which we loved. But a couple of times a year we were aware that THERE ARE NO PEEPS FOR SALE IN ENGLAND. Can you imagine? Now that we’re back home in Peepsland, USA, [...]

A Little About — The Moomins

The Moomins are the central characters in a series of books and a comic strip by Swedish-Finn illustrator and writer Tove Jansson. They are a family of white, roundish fairy tale characters with large snouts that make them resemble hippopotamuses. [...]

A World Without Princes by Soman Chainani

  Author Soman Chainani is in our state today (at Powell’s Books in Portland, Oregon) signing copies of his much anticipated new book, A World Without Princes. From the Harper Collins website: Magic and romance battle each other [...]

Giant Horses & Giant Jenga via Laughing Squid

We are excited to share two new videos we found on Laughing Squid that budding engineers and lovers of big construction equipment will appreciate. First is a video featuring time-lapsed photography by Walid Salhab showing the construction of [...]

The No. 1 Health Priority for Astronauts in Space is:

Besides eating and sleeping, what do astronauts spend more time doing in space than anything else? It’s exercise. Exercise is the number one health priority in space, said Don Hagan, director of exercise physiology at Johnson Space Center. [...]
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Background Noise to Help you do Homework

Using background noise to help you focus on the task at hand may not work for everyone, but if you’re having trouble concentrating on homework due to the TV in the next room or a sibling talking loudly on the phone, it’s worth a [...]

Peanutty Sesame Noodles from ChopChop

It’s getting close to the time of year when a cold noodle salad is the perfect meal. We went to the ChopChop Magazine website to see what was on the menu and decided on “Peanutty Sesame Noodles.” We love this dish because of [...]

Ginny Potter Reports from Quidditch World Cup 2014

The Pottermore blog Insider has announced that Ginny Potter (Harry’s wife) is reporting the latest news of the 2014 Quidditch World Cup for the Daily Prophet. From the Insider: Visit the Daily Prophet offices in Diagon Alley, recently [...]

How Birds See the World

Birds see things brighter, clearer, and altogether better than we do. Find how how from the smart folks at the SciShow YouTube channel:

Drawing Easter Stuff with Shoo Rayner

If you’re gearing up to make Easter decorations or cards and need some inspiration, look no further than our friend, Shoo Rayner. He’s got a boat load of drawing videos dedicated to the Easter or Springtime theme. We’ve posted [...]

Captain America’s Shield

Captain America’s shield is a fictional item, the primary defensive and offensive piece of equipment used by the Marvel Comics superhero Captain America; he is seldom seen without it. Just because it’s fictional, it does not [...]

Frequently Asked Questions about Marine Life

We came across the “FAQ” (Frequently Asked Questions) page of The Northeast Fisheries Science Center and thought anyone with an interest in marine life might find it interesting. From the website: The Northeast Fisheries Science [...]