I Kid You Not
Written by Amrita Prakash, a grade 7 student
Divija Vaish, a grade 11 student.
The book is told from the point of view of Hazel Grace Lancaster, a sixteen-and-a-half-year-old, thyroid cancer patient, who is terminally ill. She has one true love in her life- a book called “An Imperial Affliction” by Peter van Houten, and her wish is to meet “this van Houten guy” so he could tell her what happens after the book (the book literally ends in the middle of a sentence!)…
Written by Madhav Bahl, a grade 8 student.
Our planet is fast reaching the maximum amount of population that it can hold. Many scientists think Earth has a maximum carrying capacity of 9 billion to 10 billion people. Actually, it is around 7 billion to 8.5 billion. Well, how do you calculate the seven billion?
Written by Shreya Panda, a grade 11 student.
We’ve always been told that our actions have consequences, but to what extent?
Written by Uthara Menon, a grade 3 student.
A space toilet is a toilet that astronauts use in a weightless environment in space. In a situation where there is a lack of weight (gravity), the collection and detainment of liquid and solid waste is directed by airflow.
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