I Kid You Not
Written by Naman Sonpar grade 7 student.
As the Coronavirus continues to prey on the world, physically and economically, teams of scientists and doctors are leaving no stone unturned to develop a vaccine..
Write stories, articles, and letters that inspire readers to take action
Engage readers through the power of story
Use narrative and persuasive writing in fiction and nonfiction pieces
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One morning, some sunflowers were talking about the party that they were going to plan. The sunflowers decided not to invite the tulips because they thought they would ruin everything.
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