Little Billies share their favorite books

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FHS journalism students celebrate Public Schools Week in the next three issues

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  • Nolan Lochte: “My favorite book is called The Summer of the Sea Serpent, and it’s my favorite book because it has a spider queen and serpents. In the book, Jack, Annie and Kathleen, the main characters, turn into seals. That’s my favorite part of the book. My favorite character is Teddy because he is a really cool sorcerer. I rate this book 6 or 10 stars.”
    Nolan Lochte: “My favorite book is called The Summer of the Sea Serpent, and it’s my favorite book because it has a spider queen and serpents. In the book, Jack, Annie and Kathleen, the main characters, turn into seals. That’s my favorite part of the book. My favorite character is Teddy because he is a really cool sorcerer. I rate this book 6 or 10 stars.”
  • Little Billies share their favorite books
    Little Billies share their favorite books
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  • Vernon Palmerin: “My favorite book is called We Don’t Eat Our Classmates. It’s my favorite book because I like dinosaurs. The book is about how a dinosaur named Penelope is excited about going to school with other dinosaurs, but she doesn’t realize that they aren’t dinosaurs at all. I like Penelope because of her funny faces. I rate this book 5,000 stars.”
    Vernon Palmerin: “My favorite book is called We Don’t Eat Our Classmates. It’s my favorite book because I like dinosaurs. The book is about how a dinosaur named Penelope is excited about going to school with other dinosaurs, but she doesn’t realize that they aren’t dinosaurs at all. I like Penelope because of her funny faces. I rate this book 5,000 stars.”
  • Piper King: “My favorite book is The Bible. It’s my favorite book because I like to learn about God and believe in Him, and I love God. I know everything in it is true. My favorite person in The Bible is Jesus. My favorite part of The Bible is when Jesus died on the cross for all of our sins. I rate this book 1,000 stars.”
    Piper King: “My favorite book is The Bible. It’s my favorite book because I like to learn about God and believe in Him, and I love God. I know everything in it is true. My favorite person in The Bible is Jesus. My favorite part of The Bible is when Jesus died on the cross for all of our sins. I rate this book 1,000 stars.”
  • Eden Hensley: “The book is about two people named Andy and Terry, who build stories that are really cool. They go on adventures with their friend named, Jill, who loves animals. It’s my favorite book because it’s so funny. My favorite character in the book is Jill. I rate this book 5 stars.”
    Eden Hensley: “The book is about two people named Andy and Terry, who build stories that are really cool. They go on adventures with their friend named, Jill, who loves animals. It’s my favorite book because it’s so funny. My favorite character in the book is Jill. I rate this book 5 stars.”
  • Kendra Naranjo: “My favorite book is called Happy on the Farm, and it’s my favorite book because there are animals in the book, and I love them. My favorite animal is the horse and the dog in the book. The book is about animals and how they live on the farm with the farmer. I rate this book 5 stars.”
    Kendra Naranjo: “My favorite book is called Happy on the Farm, and it’s my favorite book because there are animals in the book, and I love them. My favorite animal is the horse and the dog in the book. The book is about animals and how they live on the farm with the farmer. I rate this book 5 stars.”
  • Harper Meyer: “My favorite book is my Princess Story Collection book, and my favorite princess is Ariel. The book is all about the princesses and their stories. Ariel is my favorite because of the shell necklace when evil Ursula keeps Ariel’s voice in the necklace. I rate this book 10 stars.”
    Harper Meyer: “My favorite book is my Princess Story Collection book, and my favorite princess is Ariel. The book is all about the princesses and their stories. Ariel is my favorite because of the shell necklace when evil Ursula keeps Ariel’s voice in the necklace. I rate this book 10 stars.”
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Fredericksburg High School journalism and photography students are helping the Fredericksburg Standard-Radio Post celebrate Public Schools Week in Gillespie County, which will be noted Feb. 22- 26.

Students in Kim Zuberbueler’s classes interviewed FISD students on every campus and in the next three issues readers will get to read their efforts.

These students are some of the 50.8 million students in the U.S., who are educated through public school systems.

Public schools educate nine of every 10 students in the United States, according to the National School Boards Association. There are 3.2 million teachers, and hundreds of

There are 3.2 million teachers, and hundreds of thousands of specialists, administrators, and support staff working in public schools today, according to the school association. Suzanna Bridges-Keese, a a junior at FHS, who

Suzanna Bridges-Keese, a a junior at FHS, who hopes to pursue a degree in law, asked a few Little Billies at the Fredericksburg Primary School about their favorite book. Read their answer below.

Bridges-Keese is involved in Campus Comet and Red-Hotts at FHS.