I Kid You Not
Written by Siddhartha Pradhan, a grade 9 student.
Hydroxychloroquine is a type of medicine that is used to prevent or treat malaria caused by mosquito bites.
Written by Keshav Mohta, a grade 8 student.
The book starts with two parallel stories at two ends of the world. Wladek an illegitimate child, has to bear the atrocities of World War I while William has a relatively peaceful childhood.
Written by Ujjesha Singh, a grade 12 student.
“We shouldn’t want to go back to normal. Normal wasn’t working”, goes a popular saying.
Written by Gitanjali Anand, a grade 3 student.
Two little girls, Diya Dinmesh and Anima, were best friends. One day, when Diya was reading the news called she found an amazing article about a Fulfer….
Written by Naina Mahajan, a grade 6 student.
The word June traces back to the Latin word lunius, meaning Juno (luno), which refers to the Roman goddess, Juno…
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