I Kid You Not
Written by Ria Singh, a grade 6 student
Massive wildfires have been raging on the west coast of the United States. The situation is very severe as there are more than 90 major fires that have burned in 13 of the western states.
Illustrated & explained by Asara Sawhney. A grade 6 student.
(Written in March 2020)
Written by Lavanya Chopra when she was a grade 2 student (she’s in grade 4 now)
Once there was a girl named Tracy. She was very smart and loved reading, especially detective novels. Her father called her ‘a little detective’, because her mother was always losing her jewellery and Tracy used to find it for her.
One minute read. Written by Asara Sawhney. A grade 6 student.
The United States will vote for a president in November this year.
One minute read. Written by Saina Doval – a grade 5 student.
World Health Day is celebrated on the 7th of April.
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