Category: Nonfiction

Kitchen Religions

By Lois Carlisle The most mysterious thing about my mother was her white recipe binder. She would send me to pluck it from the baker’s rack when I was a little kid. She spilled past me in the front room after she returned from...

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The Pieces of First Grade

By Anthony DeSantis The first day of school. I told my teacher, Mrs. Beckman, that I wanted to grow up to become a doctor. She said it was easy to follow my dreams. I only had to finish my homework every night, make straight...

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Caged Bird

By Kim Robinson {The free bird leaps on the back of the wind and floats downstream till the current ends and dips his wings in the orange sun rays and dares to claim the sky}—-Maya Angelou “I know what’s different about you,” I...

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