"Please, sir, I want some more,” said the girl playing Oliver Twist at a summer camp I attended long ago. We were practicing the Charles Dickens classic for a camp revue, mustering all of the emotion children who are not hungry can draw on playing a child who is. Luckily for us, our days were filled with three square meals and more than a few s’mores made over a campfire each evening before bedtime. Unfortunately, not all children enjoy such plenty. About 16.2 million ...

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