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Who, Me?

I feel like a minnow among bass when I go to the high school for French. I think I will be squashed if I am not careful. It is hard to find my way because the crowd blocks my view. One day I find myself far away from class, lost out at sea. I look up at them and they look down at me. It is hard to be a minnow among bass, but as I get used to it, so will they.

Sophie Super, Age 11

Georgia
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Title Annotation:Your Own Pages
Author:Super, Sophie
Publication:Highlights for Children
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Jul 1, 2008
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