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The Smartest Person

The Smartest Person

Told by Akshara Kumbamu, age 5, Minnesota
Written by Saahas Kumbamu, age 9, Minnesota

Once upon a time, there was a girl.
She was smart, but everyone called her dumb at school.

Survival Mission

Survival Mission

By Davi Jacobs, Contributing Writer

“Ladies and gentleman, we are experiencing some turbulence, so can you please fasten your seat belts right away? Thank you,” the captain said over the intercom.

The Runaway Worms

The Runaway Worms

By Maryam Afzaal, age 10, Illinois

One fine autumn day in Mexico, the worms wanted a house other than dirt. They all protested against the mayor.

Perceiving Feathers of Existence

Perceiving Feathers of Existence

By Krithik Ashokkumar, age 11, New Jersey

Perceiving two distinct ivory quill feathers, the remnants of the source of my birth had become attenuate. Per capita feather an emblem of one of the company of four personages providing a blanketing outlook of my domestic.

My Nosy Neighbor

My Nosy Neighbor

By Adele Ciociola, age 10, California

We all have that one person in our life, don’t we, the stereotypical “nosy neighbor”? For some of us, that person might be a friend or relative.

The Creepy Store on Golden Street

The Creepy Store on Golden Street

By Ivan Torres, age 11, California

Saturday morning, I was at my friend’s bright white-, blue-, and yellow-colored house. “You should put the Golden State Warriors logo on your garage door so that it looks like a Warrior house,” I said.

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