Young authors David & Laura T. Lee (inspires others to write)

David T. Lee (14 year-old of 5 books, published a 4,500-word sci-fi at 7); Laura T. Lee (12 year-old of 2 novels, published a 62,000-word novel at 10)

See you at Winter Farmers Market (Today, Oak 2:30-6:30pm)

Young authors David and Laura Lee (currently enrolled in 9th and 7th grade) will be selling their books. They will promote their new books. David published his 5th book, the final book of his sci-fi series “The Adventures of Danny Hoopenbiller”. He started the series when he introduced his 1st book (a 4,500-word chapter book) […]

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Oak Middle School won third place at St. John’s Math Invitational!

Hello everybody! Today, I participated in St. John High School’s Math Invitational! Our team from Oak Middle School, led by Melissa McCann, won third place! AMSA won second place, and RJ Grey won first. Here are some photos. Bye! David:)

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I won two prizes in the state Science Olympiad competition!

Howdy! Yesterday, I spent the day at Assumption College in Worcester to compete in the Massachusetts Science Olympiad! The Science Olympiad competition is separated into different “topic” competitions (like Hovercraft and Dynamic Planet, for example). Upon arrival at the college, I was daunted by the immensity of the sprawling campus. It took me an hour […]

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Fantastic finish at the Oak Middle School speech tournament!

Last Sunday (January 22, 2017) I competed in a speech tournament held at Oak Middle School! Being the largest speech tournament of the year, it hosted around 14 schools and about 400 people. Some of the best speech teams (Milton, Pike and RJ Grey) also participated in the tournament. I entered the competition with a […]

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Spectacular Spirit of Shrewsbury debut for first-time author Laura T. Lee!

Aloha! Last weekend (September 24-25), my sister and I sold our books at the Spirit of Shrewsbury Fall Festival Craft Fair and Farmers Market! It was the first selling event for my sister Laura T. Lee, who just published her first novel “Two Worlds: A novel of friends and foes from strange places” in July! […]

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We are in the news for the towns of Shrewsbury, Northborough, Hopkinton and more!

Correspondent Cynthia Ciullo interviewed my sister and me about our books. Click this link to read the article: Young authors’ books available at Spirit of Shrewsbury fall festival Looking forward to seeing you at the Spirit of Shrewsbury Fall Festival Craft Fair and Farmer’s Market next week at Oak (Sat 9/24 10-4PM and Sun 9/25 […]

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Autistic boy Jagger Lavely singing Let It Go at Oak’s Got Talent

Hello! While autistic Jagger Lavely was singing the song “Let It Go” from “Frozen” at Oak Middle School in Shrewsbury, caring students in the audience sang along to help him finish the performance. An inspiring and heartwarming moment from this year’s Oak’s Got Talent! Here is the video of Jagger performing the song. David:)  

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Video and full script for my Donald Trump/Hillary Clinton skit!

Hi! Here is the video recording for my Donald Trump/Hillary Clinton debate skit and the full script. I got my inspiration from watching both candidates on the news and laughing at funny political videos on YouTube. Thanks! David:) Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump presidential debate By David T. Lee, 3-8-2016 ANNOUNCER: Welcome to the ESPN- […]

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I performed spectacular stand-up comedy at Oak’s Got Talent!

Greetings earthlings! Last Saturday night, Oak Middle School hosted the 4th annual Oak’s Got Talent! It lasted from 7-9:30PM. Lively, entertaining performers rocked the stage with acts like singing, dance, magic and comedy. Highlights of the show included a quartet of Chinese girls dancing to Adele’s “Hello”, an autistic boy named Jagger Lavely singing “Let […]

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2016 Chinese New Year Celebration

Greetings! To celebrate the Year of the Monkey, today I performed in the 20th Anniversary of MassBCLS & 2016 Chinese New Year Celebration! My group performed a song called “Sorry, my Chinese is not good”. I had a great time! Here are the photos and videos. Bye! David:)

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Success at my second speech tournament!

Wahoo! I had astounding improvement at my second speech tournament held at Oak Middle School! It was held from about 9 AM to about 4:30 PM on Sunday, January 24, 2016. I participated in the Prose competition and my piece was a selection (Chapter 4, “The Quidditch World Cup”, to be exact) from J. K. […]

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Oak Middle School Holiday Concert Pictures

Enjoy the pictures from Oak Middle School Holiday Concert last night! Great performance from 7th grade band, chorus and orchestra! Booksrfun Admin

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Acquired new experience at my first speech tournament!

Hello! On Sunday, I participated in my first speech tournament at RJ Grey Junior High School! I presented my speech in a tournament for the first time. The whole event was energizing, from a pep rally in the beginning to the intense final rounds. My judges gave me constructive comments. Our school achieved excellent results. […]

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I set a new record at the 2015 Spirit of Shrewsbury Craft Fair!

Hello everybody! I have fantastic news! My event at this year’s 2-day Spirit of Shrewsbury Craft Fair was a complete success! I sold a whopping 31 books, my new record for most books sold in a single event! Many of my books were bought by grandparents eager to show my writing to their grandchildren. Lots […]

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I competed in my first math contest at St. John’s High School!

Hello! I went to my first ever math contest! It was called the St. John’s High School’s Spring Math Invitational. I was both excited and nervous! I was one of the 9 students from my school who were invited to join the other 340+ students in the competition! All the students were from middle schools […]

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