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Title Written By Age State/Country
A Bugs Life Nina G. 11 Ohio
A dog life Javier J. 13 Texas
A Dogs Life Nicole L. 10 Ohio
A dogs live Madison S. 10 South Carolina
A science mystery Peyton G. 10 Georgia
About Dolphins Lauren E. 12 Delaware
About Lizards Student Scientist L. 12 Florida
Aliens Ahana D. 11 India
Amazing Creatures Student Scientist P. 9 California
Animal adaptations Dalton H. 10 Colorado
Animals Hovni S. 10 Maryland
Awesome astrodes Michelle V. 10 Colorado
Bat Man Aaleeya D. 7 Colorado
Bats Sandy M. 8 Pennsylvania
Bats Srtist C. 10 New York
Bats Student Scientist C. 9 Massachusetts
Bats Student Scientist G. 7 Pennsylvania
Bats night fliers of the world Brandon M. 10 Colorado
Bats! Jacey C. 7 Arizona
BatsTitle Student Scientist C. 10 New York
BOOKS Ally G. 8 Florida
Books On Eggshells Elsie J. 9 China
Brine Shrimp Student Scientist B. 9 Kentucky
Bubbles in different weather Starsha A. 15 Hawaii
Bug Classification Seth D. 14 Kentucky

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