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Fridge Flash: The Rise of the Witch

The Rise of the Witch: Witch Lamby by Stella Urbanski One day she planned a party for the evilest witch. They had a big, big ball. Afterwards she won the biggest, strongest, baddest idea and contest. And the biggest meanest … Continue reading

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Fridge Flash: Bluebird and Girl

Bluebird and Girl by Venice Poggi This is a girl invited to a castle ball.  In this picture, she’s in the garden away from everything.     Venice Poggi is 9 years old and LOVES to read.  She would read … Continue reading

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Fridge Flash: Wiggly Tooth

Wiggly Tooth by Cobain Leftwich Hello, I’m Cobain!  I am 8 years old. I have Tony Hawk shoes, long blue hair, dark eyes like chocolate and a wiggly tooth.  My tooth just won’t come out.  It has been loose for 9 weeks, … Continue reading

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Fridge Flash: The Space Planet

The Space Planet by Jasper Kyle It’s negative 785 degrees. That’s cold. Dragon birds eat the blue tree in the invisible pot. It’s a flying tree, you can’t see the pot. There are 4 planets including Jupiter, Neptune, Pluto, and the … Continue reading

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Fridge Flash: Aggie Sad

Artist: Agatha Anderson-Ward, age 6, is a Kindergartner at Hall Kent-Elementary School in Homewood, AL. Note from Aggie’s mom: My name is Melissa Anderson, and my daughter’s name is Agatha Anderson-Ward. She drew this picture when she was 4-and-a-half. It gets … Continue reading

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Fridge Flash: Dear the smartest scientists in the world

Dear the smartest scientists in the world, I’m Sammy the reason why I wrote this is because it would be helpful if you could make a cloning machine. Then we could clone ourselves and donate our clone’s body parts to … Continue reading

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Fridge Flash: Ice Cream Castle

Anna Blessinger is seven, and has been inventing stories since she could hold a crayon. She loves to write and design, and her parents have devoted a room to her creative energy, in which she cuts and pastes and tapes … Continue reading

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