Natalie Wexler

Natalie Wexler

Biography

Natalie Wexler lives in Illinois and was born in 2000.

•  Natalie's favorite school subject is writing.

•  She loves rock and roll music and participates in dance and theatre.

•  She fills her spare time with activities like writing, singing, biking, running, and making jewelry.

•  Natalie would like to pursue a career in journalism and writing when she grows up.

"Being a kid reporter will be a spectacular learning experience for me. I want to learn the entire writing process from doing the interview and research all the way to having your work published."

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