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Curiosity Killed That Cat This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. This work has won the Teen Ink contest in its category.

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     It was drizzling the day we named our dog Curiosity after he killed the Siamese cat that belonged to the lady down the street. My mother had said the dog...

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Benjamin. Hmm…     Jam, Jen, Jeb, Jan, man, Nim, Jim. Oh, and Ben, of course…     “What’re you doing?” His friend, Misty, was leaning over his paper.     “Anagrams,” Ben...

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   "That's it, Myrna," announced Erving Lobotowitz, "I'm changing our grave plots."The aluminum screen door creaked behind him as it eased into its frame. Myrna...

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