Ryan Davenport

Biography

Ryan Davenport lives in Nebraska and was born in 1999.

•    Ryan's favorite subject in school is science.

•    He plays football and snowboards.

•    Diary of a Wimpy Kid is Ryan's favorite book.

•    As an adult, Ryan is interested in being a Navy SEAL or a doctor.

"I hope to learn new things that I did not know about. I would like to learn about our country and how it will develop in the years to come."

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