Maxwell Smith

Maxwell Smith

Biography

Maxwell Smith lives in New York and was born in 2000.

•    Maxwell's favorite subject in school is science.

•    In his spare time, Maxwell draws, plays video games, watches TV, and reads.

•    His favorite kind of music is hip-hop.

•    Maxwell says he'd "like to be a scientist above all other careers."

"I want to be a Kid Reporter because I will have new educational experiences that can help me later on in life. These experiences will allow me to grow intellectually as I have always been very curious about science, history, and current events."

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    Poor Smasher is always getting into trouble. But it's not his fault! How was he supposed to know it was wrong to chase those chickens? And nobody said he couldn't chew up Mrs. Buzzard's slippers. Or break all her china. Or wet on her living room furniture. Now Mrs. Buzzard wants to get rid of him!

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    Xtreme Sports: Cutting Edge

    Xtreme Sports: Cutting Edge

    by E.J. Maxwell

    This book is about the new crop of extreme sports stars from Apolo Ohno to superstar skateboarder Shaun White to phenom climbing star Tori Allen. Each chapter focuses on a different sport and star, and is full of photos, bio info, trivia, anecodotes, quotes, and stats.

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    climber Tori Allen, surfer Layne Beachley, snowboarder Tara Dakides, motocrosser Mike Metzger, BMXer Dave Mirra, speed skater Apolo Anton Ohno, snowboarder Ross Powers, and skateboarder Shaun White.

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