Christina Soontornvat loved to read and tell stories when she was younger, but had never dreamed of becoming an author.
I think that books are going to keep getting better and better as writers develop more story ideas and techniques.
After being struck by lightning at eight, Lucy Callahan’s brain has been rewired, making her a math genius. Now 12
Note From Elena Reads: When she’s not doing schoolwork or spending time with her family, Vedika Budhraja is reading. She
Christina Fifeld has spent her whole life in Farmington Public Schools. From kindergarten through 12th grade, she went to schools
September 11, 2001 was a shocking, life-changing day. Lives were lost, bones were broken, and trauma still follows many people
Note from Elena Reads: My third grade brother would sometimes rather answer trivia questions, ride his bike, or play video
At 16, Sybil Ludington rode 40 miles in pouring rain to alert people that British soldiers were burning Danbury, Connecticut.
“Who is Malala?” asked a man working for the Taliban set out to kill a 15-year-old girl seen as a
I consider myself outspoken. I love to talk and use the voice I was blessed with. So, reading this book