Alexandra Pritchard

Alexandra Pritchard

Biography

Alexandra Pritchard lives in North Carolina and was born in 2001.

I'm passionate about music, reading, writing, art, and technology. I'm in the band at my school. This is my 3rd year playing trumpet, and I love it. I also love spending quality time with my family, friends and pets.
 
I love fantasy and mystery books, such as the Nancy Drew and Harry Potter series. This is my first year doing "Battle of the Books" at school. My mom and I have been writing a kids' book blog called Lost in a Book for a year and a half, and that's fun. Another thing I am hopelessly obsessed with is the band One Direction.

Next up: Technology. I love it because you can do anything these days – make a stunning PowerPoint, some flyers for your business, or a nice card.

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    Ancient Rome

    Ancient Rome

    by Alexandra Hanson-Harding

    Investigate life in ancient Rome with the engaging hands-on activities in this book. From early Roman history and government to daily life in ancient Rome, the activities in this rich resource will help students explore all the aspects of this fascinating civilization. Students' understanding will grow as they participate in a read-aloud play about Julius Caesar, construct models of Roman mansions and apartments, create ancestor masks, study Roman mythology, learn Latin root words and a few Latin phrases, and more!

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    Wyoming

    Wyoming

    by Alexandra Hanson-Harding

    Another great title from Scholastic. Detailed description coming soon.

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