Amanda O'Toole

Amanda O'Toole

Biography

Amanda O'Toole lives in Wisconsin and was born in 1999.

•    Amanda's favorite subject in school is science.

•    She is a member of Animal Advocates.

•    In her spare time, Amanda enjoys origami, biking, and arts and crafts.

•    She wants to be a veterinarian when she grows up.

"I always like to be the girl that is on the scene, taking notes to put in a story for others. I never really got much of a chance to do this before, but I hope I will no that I have discovered the Scholastic Kids Press Corps."

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    I Wonder Why Snakes Shed Their Skins

    I Wonder Why Snakes Shed Their Skins

    by Amanda O'Neill

    This amusing and intriguing reptilian resource explains everything from "Why do lizards lose their tails?" to "What makes a crocodile smile?" to "What reptile lives longest?"

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    A True Book™—Extreme Science: Extreme Bridges

    A True Book™—Extreme Science: Extreme Bridges

    by Ann O. Squire

    From China's remarkable Danyang-Kunshan Grand Bridge, which spans more than 100 miles, to the amazing Millau Viaduct, which allows drivers to travel almost 900 feet above the ground in southern France, bridges rank among man's most incredible engineering feats. Readers will learn about some of the biggest and most unique bridges in history, from how they were planned and built to how they have stood the test of time. This well-written book will help readers identify key facts about science topics. The engaging content allows readers to draw connections between historical events and scientific ideas.

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