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JONATHAN LIM

Fording the River to Grab Independence  As the soldiers grabbed their oars preparing for the cold journey ahead, they knew that this could be the crucial moment that changed everything. They plowed ahead of the ice and strained against the current to cross the icy Delaware. Determination kept them warm as they crossed the dangerous Read more…

JONATHAN LIM

Once upon a time there was a boy named Richard Brown, but everyone called him “Brownie”. He loved brownies so much, he worked day and night to make the perfect recipe for brownies. He finally found it at 2 am and yelled, “Eureka!” He started making more and more, and sold them out on the Read more…

JONATHAN LIM

John Bellairs and Edward Gorey: a Winning Combination The cover of the gripping The Ghost in the Mirror by John Bellairs features a massive rock, strewn with snow, so high that Rose Rita could be taken for a cold-looking doll at the bottom. The illustration, by the famous and taste-making Edward Gorey (1925-2000) transports the Read more…

JONATHAN LIM

Finally, a revelation occurred to me. There were reinforcements getting ready to attack me and my mountain. To stop their plan I would first have to destroy the town and maybe the reinforcements wouldn’t continue coming. Then a puzzling thought popped into my head, Why would the goblins team with dwarves? I thought goblins were evil and would only ever team up with the wargs? I pushed that thought out of my head and flew out of my mountain like a bullet.

JONATHAN LIM

Now in the end, the score board has not changed – I’m waiting for the audiences vote… which is you! If you are lucky enough to do student feedback for me, please please please say who you think should’ve won, and why!