Most Recent Nonfiction

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A Kid's Guide to U.S. Politics
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A short book that describes the political history of the United States of America. This book is told in a way that kid's can understand, it is very easy for kid's to read and there is a glossary for any words kid's don't... (more »)
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Baby Chanel's Arrival
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I went into labor on a Saturday morning but the contractions were too far apart so I couldn’t go to the hospital just yet. Every ten to fifteen minutes I felt my stomach tighten up with sharp cramps. I was complaining so much, it was... (more »)
Subsection: Memoirs  
Types of Performing Arts Kids
By , Phoenix, AZ
In life, we encounter many different types of people. Whether we get along with those people or not, they are bound to impact our lives in some way. It could be a new experience or just a new friend. Regardless of the impact they leave,... (more »)
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Amelia Earhart's Disappearance
By , Carbondale, PA
There are many unsolved mysteries in this world. One of these mysteries would include the unusual disappearance of Amelia Mary Earhart. Amelia was well known for becoming the first woman to fly by herself across the Atlantic Ocean. She has... (more »)
Subsection: Academic Writing  
The Meaning of Art
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When I think of art, I normally think of a painting of something realistic or cartoony. Art can be much more. I never realized that art could be made of anything before I went to the art museum. Some pieces were paintings like I was used... (more »)
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The Side of Baseball That You Didn't Know
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It is common for teenagers to think of baseball as boring, slow, and easy, while describing baseball. This is because they make assumptions based off of the rec leagues they may have participated in or because the game appears deliberate.... (more »)
Subsection: Sports Articles  
The talons
By , Glendale, AZ
As human beings, we take a lot of things for granted. One being life. Life is hard, and may end up always being hard, but we need to live life for people that never got to, or will never get to. My judgment slipped one day and I made a mistake.... (more »)
Subsection: Memoirs  
Holiday Festival 2017
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Every year at my high school, we host our annual Holiday Festival where children from Roberto Clemente Elementary School in Paterson, NJ come over and spend the day with us enjoying festivities and activities. I made the decision to sign up to... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
Barely Breathing
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I couldn't quite make out what they were saying. They were right there in front of me clear as day but as the sounds escaped their lips it was warped like there was a glass wall between us and I was just another odd attraction to laugh at,... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
Student Athlete
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The sweat ran down my forehead as it dripped into my eyes, the same way dew drips down a blade of grass. All the players, including me, were suffused with exhaustion. Our t-shirts submerged in sweat. The girl in front of me sprinted, dove, and... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
A Trip to Puerto Peñasco
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All sorts of sounds and noises are compiling in the air. Joined by cool breezes that blow the sand around, the hot sun shines down on everything causing a nice warm climate that isn’t too hot or cold. Off in the distance is an abandoned... (more »)
Subsection: Academic Writing  
Melting This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
By , Glendale, AZ
The sound of dogs barking could be heard at least twenty feet away from the green welcome sign door. Upon only a crack, two curious little noses poked out, pushing eagerly to meet the new stranger. Her high tops clicked against asphalt, the... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
Trying to Prove Herself
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The hardest part was picking herself back up and trying again - and blatantly knowing that there were only more bumps on the road ahead. She is well informed that everyone’s road is different, just irritated that hers wasn’t... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
The Hunt for Cool October
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I can feel the sun beating on my neck like a woodpecker in search of food as I step into the park, the vile stench of chicken feed and animal droppings fills my senses.  The sound of screeching children bounces off the walls of my mind as... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
The Afterlife of Your Phone
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With the vast amount of invancous in technology and new inventions popping up everyday it seems obligant to keep your old phone and not update to later tech. Though as the years pass on and the constant reminders of “New!” this and... (more »)
Subsection: Academic Writing  
Technology in the Classroom
By , Wyckoff, NJ
Technology in classrooms help kids but also could be a very big distraction. There are many different school websites that your schools allow you to go on such as your grades, your assignments, and many more. There are also many website that... (more »)
Subsection: Academic Writing  
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