Cooper Boardman

Cooper Boardman

Biography

Cooper Boardman live in Connecticut and was born in 1998.

My favorite subjects in school are Spanish and Social Studies. I love sports, and I play baseball, basketball, and football. I am a huge Yankees fan and it is one of my dreams to be a sports broadcaster. I also have been playing the classical guitar since I was 5 years old. I love learning new pieces on my instrument. I hope to learn more about achieving my dream of becoming a sports reporter throughout my Kids Press Corps experience. I want to be a Scholastic Kid Reporter because I want to share my passion for both writing and reporting with the world.

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    Xbooks—Total War: Reporting from Iraq

    Xbooks—Total War: Reporting from Iraq

    by Candy J. Cooper

    Journalist Anne Garrels was in Baghdad when the bombs began to fall. Now she’s preparing for an even more dangerous mission: to follow a platoon of U.S. Marines as they invade the war-torn city of Fallujah.

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    Absolutely Lucy: Lucy's Holiday Surprise

    Absolutely Lucy: Lucy's Holiday Surprise

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    Bobby is excited to have two new adopted baby sisters, and he's also excited for Christmas. While his parents take care of the babies, Bobby and his beagle, Lucy, play in the snow and even build a snow beagle. But as Christmas gets closer, Bobby starts to worry. His parents haven't had time to decorate the house, get a tree, or bake cookies. Will the Quinn family be ready when the big day arrives?

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