Alora’s Fable

Alora’s Fable

Spread the love Volume 2: Issue 1 By Brenna, age 14, MI  A few weeks ago, I was asked to do a big essay on any topic that I chose. I picked “tobacco products and how they affect your health.” I learned about the many horrors that happen to our bodies and how people...
Cameron’s Shoes

Cameron’s Shoes

Spread the loveVolume 2: Issue 1 By Yakira, age 14, FL There was a girl named Cameron. She grew up in a huge family. Growing up in a huge family was tough, being that no one really saw her for who she was. This made her feel things like depression, loneliness, and...
What is a Veteran?

What is a Veteran?

Spread the love Volume 1: Issue 3 By: Amanda Huffman, VA In honor of Veteran’s Day, which was on November 11th, we asked Amanda Huffman to write a piece about women in the military. We hope you find it insightful and inspiring. #girlpower   The stereotype people often...
My Story

My Story

Spread the loveVolume 1: Issue 3 By Jackie, age 15, CA On June 1, 2005, a new story was born in Los Angeles. No, it wasn’t by Stephen King or J.K. Rowling. It belonged to me, Jacqueline Marie. My story is not one thing. It is my struggles, my triumphs, and my passion...
An Interview with a Totally RAD Girl

An Interview with a Totally RAD Girl

Spread the love Volume 1: Issue 2 By: Tatum, age 13, CO GirlStory: You’re part of a mountain bike team. Why did you choose to get involved in mountain biking? Tatum: I am a part of The Cycle Effect, which is an amazing program that gives girls the opportunity to...
Why Mountain Biking is the Perfect COVID-19 Sport

Why Mountain Biking is the Perfect COVID-19 Sport

Spread the love Volume 1: Issue 2 By: Indica, age 13, CO During the Covid-19 pandemic, many team sports have been canceled because there is no way to safely play contact sports, such as soccer, football, basketball, and many others without putting yourself and others...

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