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A Revolutionary Homework

A Revolutionary Homework

By Avani Anil Kumar, age 15, India

Right now, standing wrapped in a crumpled bed sheet, and my school looming gigantically before me, I feel sick to my stomach.

Insane, Psychopathic Butterflies

Insane, Psychopathic Butterflies

By Elsie YeaLim Jang, age 13, Shanghai, China

Mr. Sanders is now at the last row, ticking things off in the grade book. He finally gets to me. “Auden, why don’t you have your homework?” he asks.

Beyond the Clouds

Beyond the Clouds

By Emily Yui Yan NG, age 11, Hong Kong

I trudged through the hallway, into the study room. I picked up my pencil, turning my attention to a pile of homework.

For Our Country

For Our Country

By Matthew Weigand, age 11, Fort Wayne, IN

So, my story begins where most stories end, finally finishing my homework, a World War II report on the Battle of Stalingrad.

Homework Gridlock

Homework Gridlock

By Jayanth Ramganesh, age 8, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

It was the last day of vacation. I sat near the window of my room, contemplating whether I should complete my homework or not, as I still had one pending.

September 2015: Issue #92 – Bullies No More

September 2015: Issue #92 – Bullies No More

Welcome back from your summer break. Most of you probably just started back to school, so we decided to have a theme this month about bullying. Most of us have been bullied, been a bully, or seen a bully in action.

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