ObeyTheShihTzu! wrote:HI KRISTEN (KT!). Congrats on your very own Forum! .....And here come some questions!
* This may be tough to answer. Would you rather:
A) Spend a couple of weeks in NYC going to see any and all Broadway and Off-Broadway shows?
B) Spend a couple of weeks going to Theme Parks (including Europe and Japan)?
(If your answer is "BOTH!," that's okay. I totally get it! Ha!)
* And NOW an easier question
There are some wonderful WWII (and WWI) history books. Your mom said you really liked history, so I am curious to know if you have any favorite historical novels and/or non-fiction?
P.S. Congratulations on your awesome Speech Award!! What was your topic? (Speech and Drama were my favorite activities when I was in school. And they still are as an adult....many, many years later!)
For the first question: only the theme parks? Don't get me wrong i love Japanese theme parks but i like shopping there better so it would have to be the seeing shows one. Hamilton here i come!
Second: Ron Chernows book about Alexander Hamilton. It has good info. For kids there are good books called where is, what was, what is, who is, and who was books. They are small biographies about things (the one about Hamilton was bad tho i refused to finish it )
It was a speech everyone in the fifth grade had to do and the topic was inventions that have improved the quality of life. After I won the school competition I moved on to the Learning Community competition, after giving my amazing speech on the smallpox vaccine won that too. \\
Thanks Kristen for your well-thought out answers! I will definitely have to read Ron Chernow's book about Alexander Hamilton. I just checked out the reviews online, and readers have wonderful things to say about it. He sure was an amazing Founding Father! No wonder the show, Hamilton, is a continuing Broadway sell-out!
Congratulations on winning the Learning Community speech on the smallpox vaccine. You definitely have a creative mind for Science. Have you checked out the Giant Microbes website? https://www.giantmicrobes.com/us/ It sells plush, stuffed microbes of all kinds. It's a VERY funny site and has the greatest information on over 150 microbes, cells and germs - from the brain to measles to Ebola to E. coli! (I have the little E. coli 'guy.') I've learned (and laughed) so much, reading through this site. I even have adult friends who collect these little 'critters.' If you haven't seen this unusual, fun website, I think you'll really enjoy it.
Alice P.S. Shopping (and eating!) in Japan must be awesome. Your mom said that you have begun to try sushi (mainly tuna). Applause to you for trying out new foods! (Now, you have to convince your mom and dad to check out the fun of sushi!)
Never seen Giant Microbes? I have 3 plushies from that site. Also they have a smallpox one.
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Where would you add it? Along with the others
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