Kids News - Christmas Articles

Video of The Week — Christmas Comes Early For Some Lucky Animals

This year, Christmas came early for the lucky residents of the London Zoo. On Thursday, December 15, when Sumatran tiger cubs Achilles and Karis emerged from their dens, they saw what every kid (and adult) dreams about during this time of the year — piles of colorfully wrapped gifts!

Australian Family Sets New Record For Christmas Light Display

With Christmas fast approaching, ornate trees and strings of decorative lights are popping up in neighborhoods all across the world. However, very few people go the extent that David Richards has, with his massive display that comprises of over half a million lights.

Happy Holidays!

On behalf of the DOGONews team, we would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy And Prosperous 2013! We are taking a short break to enjoy the holidays, but will be back with more exciting news articles on January 1st, 2013.

Still Looking For That Perfect Gift? Here, Are A Few Ideas!

If you are like most people, chances are you are still pondering over what to get your family members for Christmas. Here, are a few ideas that will definitely make them feel very special. But be warned, they will set you back not only your monthly allowances, but also, a few year's worth of paychecks when you finally do start earning!

Taronga Zoo Animals Enjoy An Early Christmas

While most of you are still waiting to see you what surprises are in store for you this Christmas, some animals in Australia are sitting content and happy. That's because for them, the holiday came early this year!

Video Of The Week - Holiday Season Begins in Earnest in Rio De Janeiro!

With just 22 days left before the big day, Christmas trees are starting to light up in cities all around the world. While each one is stunning in its own way, some are really outstanding, like this floating creation that is an annual tradition at Rio de Janeiro's, Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon, since 1996.

Shijiao -The Town Where Your Discarded Christmas Lights R.I.P.

Around this time every year, millions of American households not only toss out their Christmas trees, but also, millions of strands of burnt-out Christmas lights. While they are purportedly placed for recycling, most would end up in trash if it were not for a tiny town called Shijiao located all the way in Southern China.

Video Of The Week - Track Down Santa!

If you live anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere, you are probably counting down the number of hours before the generous jolly man in the red suit, sneaks down the chimney and floods your Christmas tree with gifts (or coal).

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