Nicole’s favorite type of writing is creative writing, and she aspires to one day be a public speaker or an author for peace. She says, “I would need writing to fully express my voice and the world’s issues.”
Carlos tries to be himself in all that he does, including on the page. He says, “Don’t give up on what people say. If people say you’re a bad writer, they just haven’t seen your full potential yet. Don’t get discouraged. Don’t follow the crowd. Be you.” Read one of his pieces here.
One of Christian’s favorite things about himself is his ability to make others laugh. He says he enjoys reading because it helps him “understand and picture what’s going on in the story.” Read one of his pieces here.
Alondra’s favorite subject in school is English, because she gets to learn new words. She also loves drawing, and when she grows up she wants to be an artist who draws animals. Read one of her pieces here.
Sebastian wants to be an architect when he grows up because, he says, “I would like to build things and design houses and highways.” His favorite subject is writing. Read one of Sebastian’s pieces here.
Gabriela enjoys writing because she likes creating stories that people have never heard before. She writes, “When I grow up, I want to go to college and be someone important in life.” Read one of her pieces here.
Kaylie’s favorite thing about herself is that she is creative and has a creative mind. She wants to be an engineer or a chemist when she grows up because, “you get to try new things and rebuild things.” Read one of her pieces here.
When Christian grows up, he wants to be a professional soccer player — but until then, his favorite subject in school is math. He likes to come to 826 because the tutors help him fix errors. Read one of his pieces here.