HONOR ROLL - Grades 1-4

Autumn - Attila Manuel Street, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=98; "Great Poem! Fun and easy to read." - Myers]

Cloudy With a Chance of Chocolate Kisses - Ryan, Greenhill School, USA ["Creative idea, nice story development; watch spelling (because, tongues, weatherman, Hershey, chocolate) - Fikes]

Emily and The Letter - Jenna Farlow, Foundation Rock Elementary, USA [Grade=90; Great story! Creative plot and illustrations! I did not quite understand the ending - was Mommy out of town and came back, or was she not out of town? I was impressed with your correct usage of contractions, and apostrophes - Stone]

George's Big Adventure! - Mrs. Pucciarello's 2nd Grade, Liberty Christian School, USA [Grade=90; "Very nice presentation. Cute and fun stories. Good use of paragraphing. I like how the student's names were integrated into the story to make it more personal. Missing punctuation and capitalization mistakes." - Deckard]

I Love To… - Gabriella Penczu, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=93; "Enjoyable poem to read! The fist 8 lines do not need commas." - Myers]

I Went To… - Elizabeth Nunley, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=100; "Reading your poem was fun and challenging. It was exciting and your pattern very creative." - Myers]

It's A Positive Thing - Doug, Greenhill School, USA ["Imaginative, thoughts are varied" - Fikes]

Mercury - Kalle Silvola, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=91; "Very interesting poem. I have not thought of Mercury in such a creative way." - Myers]

Onomatopoeia - Greta Adner, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=95; "Very creative poem; fun to read. " - Myers]

Oreo Cookie - Sarah, Greenhill School, USA [Wonderful, surprise ending, very creative, be careful where you divide words (dark, it), spelling (making)" - Fikes]

Petunia: The Univited Guest - Desiree Dennis, Home School, USA [Grade=94; "Great story with a positive message! Well written and strong character development ... The scene set up, the descriptions of the characters, and the way in which each character remained true to their personality all portray a well-thought-out story." - Stone]

Rainbow & Castle - Bethany Mason, Home School, USA [Wonderful illustration, nicely developed story, ending needs to be developed" - Fikes]

Rights For Children - Erin, Greenhill School, USA [Grade=100; "Wonderful writing! You have a beautiful way with words and your handwriting is very nice" - Myers]

Rubbish - Sarah Randall, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=91; "I am not sure what 'Rubbish' is, but I enjoyed reading your your thoughts about it." - Myers]

School - Magdalene Favre-Bulle, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=94; "A creative way to write an acrostic poem. It's good to hear school is cool." - Myers]

Simile Poem? - Aurelie Biehler, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=95; "Great Simile - Fun and enjoyable to read your comparisons." - Myers]

School - Magdalene Favre-Bulle, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=94; "A creative way to write an acrostic poem. It's good to hear school is cool." - Myers]

Simile Poem - Aurelie Biehler, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=95; "Great Simile - Fun and enjoyable to read your comparisons." - Myers]

The Scariest Monster I've Ever Seen - Alex Lewis, John Eliot Elementary, USA [Grade=94; "Clever, imaginative story. The narrative moves along well, propelled with good details." - Garcia]

Trees - Max Bryson, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=91; "Nice, short, and catchy. Try using periods at the end of each line rather than commas." - Myers]

What Are Soft? - Magdalene Favre-Bulle, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=91; "It is enjoyable to read a selection that begins with a question. Use 'is' rather than 'are' in first line." - Myers]

Who Am I? - Daniel Riband, International School of Lausanne, Switzerland [Grade=100; "Very creative writing. I like the way you used the alphabet pattern to write your fun Poem" - Myers]

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