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Why Roses Have Thorns: A New Greek Myth

Why Roses Have Thorns: A New Greek Myth

By Jimena Valdivia, age 11, California

Many years ago lived a pretty but very insecure woman named Rose. She worried all day and night about whether other people thought that she was attractive.

New Horizons, New Genres

New Horizons, New Genres

By Sophie Nadel, Writer’s Tips Editor

We all have a genre of writing that we are the most comfortable with, be it adventurous short stories, dramatic poetry, comedy playwriting, or anything else.

The Tale of the Lost Wolf

The Tale of the Lost Wolf

By Daniela Santos, age 12, California

This story takes place in a dark creepy forest in Canada. Around the forest, you could see a lot of trees, some with high branches some with low branches, some thick and some pretty thin.

My Change in School Experience

My Change in School Experience

By Akshaj Mehta, Sci-Tech Kids Editor

It all started in fifth grade when my teacher brought up the sixth-grade topic. The elementary school that I used to go to had next-grade-level schools linked to mine.

The Best Performance

The Best Performance

By Muskan Vedi

Heads craned, and necks tilted as she vigorously pranced up the steps and into the spotlight.

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