1. Cailin - Page 33

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    Made possible by: Mike D Directed and filmed by: Kassia Meador Photography: Kassia Meador Edited by: Alex Parker Music by: Cailin Russo & Jason Lader Styling: Camille Garmedina Makeup: Mikal Sky Issue 43 guest edited by Mike D on sale now http://shop.monsterchildren.com/collections/mike-d-x-mc/products/issue-43

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    • Luci - Page 33

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      • Matilda - Page 33

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        www.monsterchildren.com Film / edit: Brett Brown

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        • Chris Searl - Girls

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          Chris Searl talks about Page 33 from last year's Photo Annual and what kind of photo we're looking for in our photo competition. To enter your girls photos into the third annual Monster Children photo competition go here: old.monsterchildren.com/photo-competition/2013 Additional footage by Lincoln Caplice.

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          • Helena - Page 33 Issue 39

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            http://www.monsterchildren.com/ Film / Edit: Brett Brown.

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            • Marinet - Page 33

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              http://www.monsterchildren.com/ Film / Edit: Ben Ward

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              • Keep Bulky Mementos in a Memory Jar

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                Memories too bulky to put in a scrapbook can be kept in a Memory Jar! LeAnn shares some ideas from Page 33 on how to keep your memories in a jar.

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                • Miriam - Page 33 Issue 37

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                  This is Miriam. She’s playing under a sprinkler. Who didn’t love playing under the sprinkler when they were a kid? Better yet, who didn’t love putting a sprinkler under the trampoline on a hot summer’s day? Even better still—who didn’t delight in throwing lemons into the pseudo-affluent neighbor’s kidney-shaped pool late at night? Growing up, my neighbors put in an inground pool—the only one in the neighborhood—and they thought they were the shit. I’d hear them splashing about on the hottest days of summer, having the time of their faux-luxurious lives. Meanwhile, I was playing under the sprinkler with a drooling German Shepherd and sunburn. When the sun went down, I’d redress the balance by hurling fruit over the fence and listening for the gratifying plops. I was a sour little fellow, but I wouldn’t have been so bitter had Miriam come over to play under the sprinkler with me—I would’ve been the happiest little 10-year-old in the world. Sure, it would’ve been weird when my mother looked out the window and saw her little boy frolicking with a topless bombshell and a tent in his togs, but imagine how jealous the neighbors would’ve been. Film / edit: Lincoln Caplice

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