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Charts & Graphs
From the harmless and simple to the dangerous and complex.
When feral children rejoin the world.
The youngest rulers in world history.
How Tolstoy, Casanova, and others lost their virginity.
Well-known youngest, middle, and eldest children—and more.
The reading list of philosopher John Stuart Mill, ages 3–7.
The daily beauty regimen of Queen Elizabeth I.
Failed tests, pranks, and more got these students kicked out.
The fortunes and misfortunes of fictional orphans.
Powerful cliques of boys and girls.