Carly Rogers

Carly Rogers

Biography

Age 12, Louisiana

Favorite Subject: Math

Favorite Book: Holes by Louis Sachar

Favorite Music: Praise and worship, pop, and hip hop

Extracurricular Activities: Art at Ethel’s Studio, children’s choir at church, Family Playhouse, school Drama Club, school choir

Hobbies: Taking pictures

Carly likes to watch the television show Fetch with Ruff Ruffman on PBS Kids in her spare time. She would like to be a photographer or a social worker in the future.  

As a Kid Reporter, she hopes to learn how to investigate stories and learn the “proper way to interview people.”

“I think it will be exciting and a great and wonderful experience,” she said about the opportunity to be on the front lines of the 2008 presidential election.

Carly is in the sixth grade and she has a younger brother.

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    Tiptoe Into Kindergarten

    by Jacqueline Rogers

    In rhythmic text and friendly illustrations Rogers depicts a curious preschooler who tiptoes into a kindergarten classroom. There, the little girl discovers a wonderful world of paints and puzzles, blocks and books. A warm welcome for children who are fearful of kindergarten, as well as those eager to begin.

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    Dominican Republic

    Dominican Republic

    by Lura Radcliffe Rogers

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    •     Highly visual introduction to world geography
    •     Packed with photos, original maps, and browser-friendly sidebars
    •     Timelines compare each country's history to world history
    •     "Fast Facts" appendix highlights key information from the text
    •     "To Find Out More" listings encourage independent research
    •     Index makes navigating subject matter easy

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      Originally published in 1986, this newly revised title in the Enchantment of the World series discusses the huge changes in South Africa, from apartheid to the present transformation. In 1980, Blauer and LaurČ co-authored the breakthrough photo-essay South Africa: Coming of Age under Apartheid, so it's no surprise that they root their candid commentary on the present scene in an accurate, in-depth history. Along with discussing the role of Nelson Mandela and the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the authors consider religion, sports, literature, music, and much more, making clear that despite the changeover, huge economic inequalities still exist, as do problems such as AIDS, unemployment, and crime. Well-chosen, beautifully reproduced full-color photographs, clear maps, a time line, and "fast facts" complete the handsomely designed, readable package... For more on South Africa, pull out Rob Bowden's The Changing Face of South Africa (2002) and Benjamin Pogrund's Nelson Mandela (2004). Other revised series entries include Iraq and Taiwan.

       

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