Damien Murphy

Damien Murphy

Biography

Damien Murphy lives in California and was born in 1999.

•    Damien's favorite book is Herbert's Wormhole by Peter Nelson.

•    He likes to draw, write, run, ice skate, rollerblade at the beach, volunteer, visit farm animals, and ride horses.

•    Damien is member of Kid Nation (a Boston Red Sox fan club), Club Monsterpalooza (special effects makeup fans), Blast From the Past (a memorabilia collectors club), and the Archie Comics Fan Club.

•    He wants to be a cartoonist when he grows up.

"By being a Scholastic Kid Reporter, I hope to learn about modern social structures, technology, different cultures and achievements, geography, religion, politics, economics, and various people and events of charity that help make our world a better place."

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    Following the well-known and much-loved Rookie format, each Rookie Read-About Holidays book explains the development of the holiday and how it is celebrated today.

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    Less than Zero

    Less than Zero

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    Perry the Penguin needs 9 clams to buy an ice scooter—but he's not very good at saving. As Perry earns;spends;finds;loses;and borrows clams;a simple line graph demonstrates the concept of negative numbers. Stuart shows kids that they use math every day—to share a pizza;spend their allowance;and even sort socks. And kids start to see the fun in math!

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