Veronica Louise Mendoza

Veronica Louise Mendoza

Biography

Veronica Louise Mendoza lives in California and was born in 1997.

•  Veronica Louise's favorite school subject is English.

•  She writes for her school's newspaper, and sings in the school choir.

•  In her spare time she plays the piano, reads novels, and plays with her dog.

•  Veronica Louise would like to be a journalist when she grows up.

"As a Kid Reporter, [I hope to] learn more about interviewing and to spread news of current events through writing."

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