Mimi Evans

Mimi Evans

Biography

Mimi Evans lives in California and was born in 1997.

•    Mimi's favorite subject in school is writing.

•    Her hobbies include reading everything she can, basketball, and blogging.

•    In her spare time, Mimi works on her novel, which she says is "currently around 40,000 words strong."

•    The career Mimi has her eye on is White House Social Secretary.

"I think a big part of becoming a Scholastic Kid Reporter is finding out what goes on in the exciting and nerve-racking world of journalism. Where else in the world are kids like us going to get the hands-on experience?"
 

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    Investigators: The Sky: Cloud Cover

    Investigators: The Sky: Cloud Cover

    by Lynette Evans

    The Investigators series is a unique set of nonfiction books and instructional materials that feature science readers and interactive whiteboard technology for grades K-3. Investigators provides teachers with direct and small group instructional support as well as follow-up independent reading, cross-curriculum center work, and beginning research activities that hone 21st Century Learning skills in every rotation of the reading block.

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    Kids Rule!

    Kids Rule!

    by Lynette Evans and Margaret Power

    Brandi starts a "walking school bus" every morning from her house. Instead of riding the bus, the neighborhood classmates walk together and even get some exercise. The Mayor recognizes Brandi's involvement in the community with a special reward! This book introduces the values of civic action.

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