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'And I say, Hey! HEY!' Aardvark Arthur's wonderful new days are ending

The world-famous aardvark first appeared in print over 45 years ago. The Emmy and Peabody award-winning TV show is about to begin its 25th and final season — and creator Marc Brown has a new book.

Novelist Angeline Boulley's first book for teenagers, Firekeeper's Daughter, won multiple awards from the American Library Association this year. Amber Boulley /Macmillan Children's Publishing Group hide caption

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They didn't get the Newbery or Caldecott but these kids' authors won big this year

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Supporters of then-President Donald Trump gather outside the Michigan State Capitol in 2020. Rey Del Rio/Getty Images hide caption

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Prosecutors in multiple states are investigating false Electoral College submissions

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