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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    A Good Night Walk

    A Good Night Walk

    by Elisha Cooper and Elisha Cooper

    Acclaimed author-illustrator Elisha Cooper paints the quiet magic of a good-night walk as the neighborhood settles into itself at the end of the day. "Children will enjoy pausing to look carefully at each page as the sky grows dark and night animals can be seen hiding in the shadows...the text is easy enough for beginning readers. A lovely choice." - School Library Journal "Cozy and friendly with lots to look at." - Kirkus

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    Scholastic Reader Level 2: Starry, Starry Night

    Scholastic Reader Level 2: Starry, Starry Night

    by Wade Cooper

    Learn fun facts about the Milky Way, and read about the sun, moon, planets, stars, and more!

    This hardcover nonfiction easy reader has simple text and exciting photographs of outer space! Three pages of fun learning activities are designed to both challenge and entertain new readers.

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