I know a little girl named Joy who adored her baby brother Evan. She could hardly keep from hugging and kissing him every time she saw him! Evan thought Joy was pretty special, too.
My name is Caitlin, and I am in the fifth grade. One day, when I was seven, I was in my room when my sister called me and said, “We are going to pass out the Girl Scout cookies we sold.
One day I saw some spots on my body, and they were itchy. It started with just a few, but as the day passed there were more and more.
One day after school my mom said I had a softball game. So I got ready, putting on my team shirt, socks, and cleats.
I have a dog called Pintado (which means “Spotty” in English). He used to live on the streets, and he was very skinny and poorly cared for.
In third grade, my best friend, whom I knew from kindergarten, was in my class. We were very happy.
One time, I saw a little boy at the side of a swimming pool, grabbing on to his mom’s legs, refusing to let go. He didn’t want to jump into the water.
I play many sports, but ice hockey is definitely my favorite. I’m in fourth grade and have played hockey for six years.
That’s an important question! Let’s look together at something the Bible says about God: “You are always the same. Years cannot change you” (Psalms 102:27, Contemporary English Version).
My name is Olivia. I like to rollerblade after school.