“Don’t let your fear stop you from doing anything,” said first-time author Emma Sumner, 9. “You have to at least try and keep trying and it will happen, even though you might fail at first.”
“Don’t let your fear stop you from doing anything,” said first-time author Emma Sumner, 9. “You have to at least try and keep trying and it will happen, even though you might fail at first.” Allen Pierleoni apierleoni@sacbee.com
“Don’t let your fear stop you from doing anything,” said first-time author Emma Sumner, 9. “You have to at least try and keep trying and it will happen, even though you might fail at first.” Allen Pierleoni apierleoni@sacbee.com

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