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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