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Procrastination Problem

Procrastination Problem

By Brenda Aceves, age 11, San Pablo

A long time ago in October, my sister was on her phone (as usual) as soon as my mom left to work. It was raining hard, and I thought I was getting delusional when I thought there might be lightning (because it was raining very hard) that day.

The Toy Cat

The Toy Cat

By Ashley Munoz, age 15, Illinois, US

When I was five years old, I had a toy cat named Smokey. I took the gray cat everywhere I went. There wasn’t a time that I didn't bring Smokey.

If at First You Don’t Succeed

If at First You Don’t Succeed

By Julia Arscott, age 14, New Jersey, USA

“Are you excited to meet your new teacher?” Mom asked.
I shrugged, tying my laces. We were sitting outside the ice rink, getting ready for my first ice-skating lesson.

Moving Chairs

Moving Chairs

By Olivia Pullen, age 14, Ohio

Late in the winter of my seventh grade year, a very difficult year for everyone, I was completely changed by one sentence.

My Woods

My Woods

By Isabel Trindade, age 13, Missouri

It was a beautiful summer day, five years ago. The sun was out, seeming to smile down at the city, its bright, warm rays beckoning you to abandon whatever you were doing and come outside.

The Mesmerizing Canyon

The Mesmerizing Canyon

By Joe Elkahla, age 13, Ohio

I woke up in the harsh, damp weather of the shining Grand Canyon. My ears rang from the screeching of the group leader yelling to get up.

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