Anastasia Webb

Anastasia Webb

Biography

Anastasia Webb lives in Virginia and was born in 2000.

•    Anastasia is a member of the Girl Scouts and Destination Imagination.

•    Her favorite book is Smile by Raina Telgemeir.

•    In her spare time, Anastasia likes to cook.

•    When she grows up, Anastasia wants to be a gourmet chef.

"I love to read and write; in fact, writing is one of my favorite subjects. Learning makes me happy, and I like to share with others the information that I have learned. I think I could learn a lot as a Kid Reporter, and it would teach me things I could use when I have a job later in life."

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    Bigger Digger

    Bigger Digger

    by Steve Webb and Ben Mantle

    Big lorry, quarry lorry, splish, spash, Muck. Quarry lorry, Big lorry, slip, slide stuck! So begins a disastrous day at the quarry, as lorry, truck and little digger all find themselves stuck in the mud. Can Bigger Digger save the day?

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    Animal Stories: Lucy the Littlest Puppy

    Animal Stories: Lucy the Littlest Puppy

    by Holly Webb

    Lauren's dog Bella is about to have puppies. Lauren can't wait, even though she knows they'll all be going to new homes as soon as they're big enough. But when the puppies are born, one is so tiny Mum and Dad aren't sure it will pull through. The littlest puppy, who Lauren names Lucy, needs hand-feeding around the clock. It's going to be a lot of work, but Lauren is determined to do everything she can to save the puppy... From the best-selling author Holly Webb comes another moving animal story.

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