Kevin Agostinelli

Kevin Agostinelli

Biography

Kevin Agostinelli lives in Massachusetts and was born in 1996.

•    Kevin is a member of student council, National Junior Honor Society, and his school band.

•    Lifehouse is Kevin's favorite band.

•    He plays soccer, baseball, and basketball, as well as the clarinet.

•    The career Kevin is most interested in sports journalist.

"I want to be a Kid Reporter because it will help me prepare for my dream of becoming a sports journalist. Plus, I'd love to discover how reporters actually carry out their work."

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    The Road of the Dead

    The Road of the Dead

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    On a storm-ravaged night, a 19-year-old girl is kidnapped, raped, and killed. Three days later, her two younger brothers set out in search of her murderer. This is the story of the boys' journey from their half-gypsy home on a London junk lot to the ghostly moors of Devon, where they hope and fear to find the truth about their sister's death. From the acclaimed author of Candy and Kissing the Rain.

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    Owen - Big Book & Teaching Guide

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    Owen's parents want him to give up his favorite blanket before he starts school, but when their efforts fail, they devise a solution that makes everyone happy.

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