Letters to the Editor (May/June 2012)

IMAGE: Flickr/HikingArtist.com-By Fritz I enjoyed reading “Women’s and Girls’ HERstory” because I really believe in women’s rights…it was interesting to read about our history. My favorite article has to be “Raising the...

Letters to the Editor (March/April 2012)

IMAGE: Flickr/HikingArtist.com-By Fritz IndyKids received these letters in response to issue #33. If you would like to tell our editors about something in IndyKids, here’s how you can write in! Letters From Our Readers Your issue #33 [“Growing...

Letters to the editor

Hello, my name is Emerson.I really enjoyed reading the Occupy Wall Street article. I think it’s cool that the people will NOT leave until they get what they want. I am very interested in reading the Hershey’s article also.I really think the reporters at...

Letters to the Editor

Kids from the fifth grade at Trafalgar Elementary School, Vancouver, Canada, sent in these letters. I am a chocolate lover, so when I saw “Kids Say No Cheap Labor for Chocolate” on the cover, I read carefully, and now that I’ve read it, I will not...

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I found “Someday, You Could Be a: Foreign Correspondent” interesting since most people don’t focus on important things like war. Instead they focus on celebrities who will always be around, but countries are often destroyed by bombs and shooting....

Letters to the Editor

Fifth graders at P.S. 24 in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, New York, wrote these letters to IndyKids. “No Bag Lunch” is interesting because it informs kids about changes at a school in Chicago. I think that the principal was wrong to ban homemade food. Homemade...