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    On Thursday, May 31, 14-year-old Karthik Nemmani stunned the world when he beat crowd favorite and veteran competitor Naysa Modi, to win the coveted Scripps National Bee champio...
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    they may still being processed - wait for another week and if you still don's see the change e-mail it to me at editor@dogonews.com
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  • jeffdaboss
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    The Littlest Bigfoot is such a well-written novel. It revolves around three people: Annie the girl, Millie the Yare, and Jeremy the hunter. They are all are connected to each other in a way but don't realize it, they all are all twelve, and they each have something special about themselves. Annie is an unfortunate girl who doesn't look like all the other girls. Jeremy is a middle child obsessed with Bigfoot. Millie is a member of the Yare species, more commonly known to humans as "Bigfoot". They each have their own stories, and their lives begin to intertwine with each other to create an amazing finale. The author masterfully gives astounding detail and weave this story to be unique and great.
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    no - just once for all future giveaways
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    we will ship the first set of prizes after the end of the month - so probably first or second week of june
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  • jeffdaboss
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    The Fourteenth Goldfish is a nice book. It's about a middle-school girl named Ellie, whose grandfather turns himself into a kid. He lives with his daughter and granddaughter, who are Ellie and her mom, and tries to figure out how to continue his research while attending a modern middle school. Problems arise when his I.D. to his science lab is blocked and he gets detention for not using a hall pass. He struggles to fit in as the average middle-school child because he doesn't try to. This book doesn't have the intricate details or character developments that would normally come with such a complex plot, so I believe that younger children will be more entertained by this than older kids.
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