Bryce Davis Roberson

Bryce Davis Roberson

Biography

Bryce Davis Roberson lives in Virginia and was born in 2000.

•    Some of Bryce's hobbies include electrical projects, making music, and science experiments.

•    Bryce is a member of two choirs, the Boy Scouts of America, student council, and Destination ImagiNation.

•    His favorite music is soft rock, funk, old school rap, and Christmas music.

•    When he grows up, Bryce wants to be a scientist of music producer.

"All the electrical components needed to get the story to the world are amazing to me. I want to be part f the Scholastic Kids Press Corps to learn everything about reporting from start to finish."

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