Monthly Archives: June 2011

Why Taylor should be the World’s best teen

by Olivia Though  Taylor  may  be  quiet,  she  doesn’t  stand  back . When she has something to say  she  says  it,  and  if  you  need  someone  to  talk  to  she’s  there.  No wonder she’s been elected for the World’s best … Continue reading

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Why Should I Choose Him? The Age Old Question Everyone Asks at an Election…

by Shelby Richardson, Grade 7, M.J. Hobbs So we have the ongoing election for the “Best Teen in the World”, the standings are tight, but there can only be one winner. Who will you vote as the “Best Teen in the … Continue reading

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Detail-writing Exercise

by Amy Hannah Jones, Grade 8, Bliss Carman Sr.P.S  What I See: Beautiful, luscious trees surround a small meadow of grass waving in the wind. The tree branches bow to the arriving wind gods and the leaves tremble. The green bushes in … Continue reading

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TV Ad

By Keegan McEwen, W. H. Morden Public School Have you ever been so mad at your brother or sister that you wanted to hurt them but not too much? Do you only have one eye and want to look cool? Do … Continue reading

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The Woman with the Infectious Smile

By Charlotte Smith, Northlea Elementary & Middle School Barbara Bell pokes her nose through the door and smiles at us all. We smile back, as hers is infectious. Her dress is floral and her wild reddish brown hair frames her … Continue reading

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The Phone That May Change Technology Forever

By Zoe V. Giontsis, Bliss Carman SPS Technology had been advancing so fast in such little time. First the home phone, then the cordless phone, then the cell phone which then quickly upgraded to the Smartphone. These are all technologies … Continue reading

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The Most Important Part of a Character is their Voice

by Anna Hughes, Grade 7, Chine Drive Public School  “The most important part of a character is their voice,” Barbra Bell told us near the end of our interview. Bell’s life has been a huge page turner. Bell is a free lance … Continue reading

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