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ANNA QIN

Though I’ve only read about 100 pages in A Long Way from Home, I have noticed that Claude McKay thinks very deeply about what others say to him, but doesn’t always take their words into action. McKay is a like this when both Frank Harris and Max Eastman want his set of poems, and Harris Read more…

ANNA QIN

Traveling through Different Worlds Mrs. Whatsit sighed. “Explanations are not easy when they are about things for which your civilization still has no words. Calvin talked about traveling at the speed of light. You understand that, little Meg?” What does that have anything to do with anyone’s civilization?! Why is Mrs. Whatsit talking about explaining? Read more…

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The Magic Bicycle The Magic Bicycle by John Bibee is a book that I probably would never have picked up to read if it wasn’t assigned. The book had so many ups and downs, twists and turns, and it kept me on my toes every single time I was reading it. When I first picked Read more…

Anna Qin

The Spider Monkey by Anna Qin, entering 6th grade According to A to Z Animals, the spider monkey’s scientific name is Simia Paniscus. However, National Geographic disagrees and believes that it is actually Ateles. They usually grow from 15 to 20 inches and weigh from 14 to 26 pounds. The spider monkey’s lifespan is 15 Read more…

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Alex MorganBorn on July 2, 1989, Alex Morgan, a forward for the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team, went to Diamond Bar High School, and University of California, Berkeley. Her hometown is Diamond Bar, California, but her birthplace was San Dimas, California. In her high school days, she scored 45 goals, tying for third in all-time school Read more…