Archive for the 'Humanities' Category

Facing the Outside

Facing the Outside   It was a warm night in Cote d’Ivoire. I was walking on the dirt road next to my house with my parents. We were happy; we had enough food, and an education. Then I was going to tell my parents the best thing that happened to me in school. “Mom, there […]

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A War Between Two Nations

  I was at Zimu’s house when I felt a tight grip in my head. It felt like it wanted to tell me something. What is it? I wondered. *** At dinnertime, I finally knew what the message meant. Chess. Now I knew what I wanted to do.   So I asked Zimu, ”Do you […]

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A War Against Two Nations

A War Against Two Nations   I was at Zimu’s house when I felt a tight grip in my head. It felt like it wanted to tell me something. What is it? I wondered. *** At dinnertime, I finally knew what the message meant. Chess. Now I knew what I wanted to do.   So […]

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Water is the Most Precious Resource

  I think that water is the most precious resource. We should be more aware of it and learn how to protect it. Firstly, water is the most precious resource because we need it to live. We need to drink water to keep our bodies hydrated. For example, in A Long Walk to Water, Nya […]

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I am From

Where I’m From I’m from LEGO® bricks as small as atoms and bricks as big as the Earth. I’m from toy car land, cars zooming past me. I’m from being a hero, saving the world. Rescuing humankind, from dangerous alien attacks. Like saving ants from a flood. I’m the king of the chess board, commanding […]

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