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 eat Hershey’s chocolate and I have told my family about the article and your newspaper. -Cami

I love your article “Famine in Somalia.” I’d love it if you could talk more about famine in other countries. That way my family, class and I could help them, donate food and money, because I cannot believe that so many people are hungry and I do not want anyone to die of hunger. -Miu

I like how the kids write about the world, but they don’t write a lot about Canada and Vancouver, Ottawa, Toronto, Okanagan or Saskatoon. So maybe ask the kids to write a bit more about Canada. -Sarah

I read “Kids Say No Cheap Labor for Chocolate.” I think that they should stop bossing the kids around. -Cooper

I think you should have more wildlife articles. And you should have more articles that take place in Vancouver, B.C. And you should have 4 or 5 newspapers per month so that your readers will not be outdated. But every other article is fine with me. -Ben

It’s cruel how Hershey and other chocolate makers use child labor to get cocoa beans. I think Hershey should go fair trade and have paid adult workers. -Devin

I like reading your newspaper very much. I think that you should make the paper a bit bigger because I find it a bit small. I like reading it, I just think it is a bit small. -Jeffrey

IndyKids is very interesting. I read it every time a new one comes out. Some of the articles are very interesting but they don’t have enough detail to completely understand them. -Lewis

I can’t wait to try the banana smoothie! I think the only thing missing is a food recipe. You have a drink recipe so you should have food to go with it. -Praniti

Out of all the newspapers I’ve ever read, yours is probably the BEST. A little suggestion is that you guys should try to put a little more detail. -Katie