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This is a really targeted factor of the 826 Quarterly, a more-like-twice-yearly booklet containing fiction, non-fiction, and poetry written via authors a while 6-18. This factor celebrates the tenth anniversary of 826 Valencia, an instructional non-profit dependent in San Francisco, CA, and comprises the simplest of the simplest pupil writing from around the final decade. This Quarterly has all of it: brief fiction from the various first writers to begin their careers in 826 workshops, center institution love poems in all their comfortable and yucky-ness, hard-hitting scholar journalism approximately mermaids and Martin Luther King, Jr., a teenager's view of becoming up in San Francisco's venture District. topics diversity from the intense matters that adolescence combat with, like coming of age, to forays into love and poetry approximately outer area. This factor additionally encompasses a play concerning the president that provides nice perception into highschool lifestyles in 2003, one other script within which Darkness is helping a tender lady, tales approximately horse books and silk pouches, and a few 826 Valencia all-time favorites together with letters to the 1st kin. whole with a ahead penned by means of the elusive Lemony Snicket, this factor is full of items bound to tell, entertain, and encourage readers of all ages.

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