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    An Oral History with Rocio in Ecuador

     My story with my grandmother is very beautiful because I and she have shared many things since I was 1 year old. She took care of me and protected me from everything and even keeps taking care of me...

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    • Dear Kerly : I appreciate how you’ve shared a lot of stuff about your world. Your grandma is a very special person to you. The way she defends herself from Covid-19 is very good because a lot of people don’t wear a mask. I will pray that everyone stay safe and healthy. Thanks for writing.

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    I am made of yellow and orange house On a quiet street in La Troncal, EcuadorLiving with my grandmother, my sister, my brother, and my mom listening to Sam Smith songsMy room is very big and

    My Life in La Troncal, Ecuator

    I am made of yellow and orange house On a quiet street in La Troncal, EcuadorLiving with my grandmother, my sister, my brother, and my mom listening to Sam Smith songsMy room is very big and colorful My dad always tells...

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  • Dear Chelsie,

    I am Kerly, and I am charmed by your story, A sentence you wrote that stands out to me is “A week ago my mom and I were sitting together, I was doing my homework, and my mom was selling clothes in front of the house. Mr Robert, an old friend of the family for a very long time, was passing by and he saw something that attracted him.…Read More

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    Dear Edwin,

    I am Kerly, and I read your story entitled “When I almost fell,” because I find it very interesting and very fun to read these types of stories since in that type of stories we can know a little about the writer’s fun life.

    One sentence he wrote that stands out to me is: “Then we arrived at the abandoned house and my friend Ernesto…Read More

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    It was early in the morning, and my dad, my sister and I were walking down the stone streets of Troncal, a city center with very beautiful trees, clothing stores, restaurants, houses with balconies, and there

    A Decision that Changed my Life

    It was early in the morning, and my dad, my sister and I were walking down the stone streets of Troncal, a city center with very beautiful trees, clothing stores, restaurants, houses with balconies, and there is a monument...

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    • Your story is so amazing, I can’t believe how hard it would be to leave everything behind but you are proof that it is possible to succeed in a new place. I love how you could either read your story like normal or see it through the views of a comic. I bet it took a lot of time and it makes your story so multidimensional to a reader. I’d love to see more animations from you!

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