I Kid You Not
Written by Saanchi Biyani, a grade 5 student.
Around a year ago, on 23 March 2020, the Government of India announced a nationwide lockdown to contain the spread of alarmingly rising COVID cases.
Written by Ria Singh, a grade 6 student.
Protests have been going on in Belarus (a country in Eastern Europe) for a while now. The main issue is that people are angry about the election results, which they say have been rigged (cheated) by Alexander Lukashenko (a dictator who led the country for 26 years). He supposedly won 80% of the votes.
Written by Aarav Singh, a grade 5 student.
It all started when I put my Percy Jackson book on the bedside. I got up to switch the light off. Coming back to the bed, my head instantly hit the pillow. Soon not knowing what was happening, my head started spinning and the dream started…
Written by Uthara Menon, a grade 4 student.
At 13, Malavath Poorna became the youngest girl ever to reach the summit of Mount Everest. But that’s not the only mountain she has conquered. This fearless girl has climbed the tallest peaks on six continents. Poorna has proved that you can achieve anything if set your mind to it…
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