Who or what is your superhero? Is it a human? A God? What special abilities does he/she/it have? A creative writing class was given the task to create a superhero. They put pen to paper and... More > allowed their imagination to sweep them away. Keep in mind that all of these stories are written by first fourteen to fifteen year old writers that were reluctant to have their first stories published.
We all envision in our mind our own superhero, but could it be someone you know or you?< Less
This book is a small sampling of student work written by Pullen Elementary students in the 4th grade. This anthology was compiled in October and November of 2008. There will be more printed... More > collections of 4th grade work to come.< Less
This book is a collection of 4th grade students thoughts, feelings, and personal experiences with discrimination. Our goal is to open the discussion on discrimination at a young age, while also... More > demonstrating students ability to comprehend complex societal issues. The sooner students are encouraged to discuss discrimination, the sooner they can have an impact in stopping it.< Less