I Kid You Not
A short story by Shifa Shah, a grade 5 student
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.
Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student (junior editor I Kid You Not).
The galaxy is full of great stars, planets, and many more celestial bodies. Each of these is very far away from each other. That’s a bit obvious, otherwise the universe would end up being a very crowded parking lot.
Written by Ananya Sharma
Written by Raghav Mathur, a grade 10 student.
We all, when armed with the right information, can become fabulous at policing our family to check that lights are switched off, or that we’re up to scratch with the recycling…
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
The motto of the 21st Rashtriya Rifles, a reputed regiment of the Indian army, ‘Dhridta aur veerta’, translates to ‘Tenacity and Valour’ verbatim…
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