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Love and Wonder Honorable Mention in Poetry By Jenny, 8th Grade I am from toy guns, from metal monkey bars that made me feel as right as rain, from days full of play From hours spent reading under the mellow sun. I am from the West Lake, from its rich history full with mythical legends […]
In this Scholastic Writing Award-winning essay, a VSA student writes a personal essay about his first school day in the US.
A VSA fifth grader analyzes the protagonist's emotions in the short story "An Earful."
A VSA fourth grader offers an engaging tale of Helen Keller's early years and her lessons with tutor Anne Sullivan.
In a well-researched informational essay, fifth grader Jianing explains how spices have a much richer history than we know.
In an opinion piece, 6th grader Zelie argues that society should seek a renewable source of energy and move away from coal.
A VSA fourth grader writes a moving biography about Sacagawea's impressive traits and feats.
In an insightful literary analysis, a VSA fourth grader uses textual evidence to support her claim about the main character's emotional development.
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