Each week, The Sentinel publishes stories we receive to prompts in Kids World and on www.cumberlink.com. This week’s Kids Speak Out prompt was “If I could live in any time and place, I would live in ...”

“If I could live in any time or place, I would live in Los Angeles because there is a lot to do. You could go to events that are happening, like going to a concert or restaurant.”

Max Wheeler, 9

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

“If I could live in any time and place, I would live in the time when dinosaurs lived. I would play with them, eat with them and have fun. I’d like it so much.”

Juliana Shelley

Grade 2

Newville Elementary School

“If I could live in any time and place, I would live in my old house in the past because I loved living there, but we moved. I wish I would be living there today.”

Timmy Colistra, 9

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

“If I could live in any place, I would live in Antarctica because I love the snow. I also love snowboarding. It is so much fun. Also, I would rather live in the cold than hot.”

Lena Rudy, 9

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

“If I could live in any time or place, it would be in Disneyland because you would have a great day every day. I love the rides because they are so fun. If I lived in Disneyland, I would buy all of the toys there.”

Olivia Renner, 8

Newville Elementary School

“If I lived in any place or time, I would want to live in Paris because my dream place to live is in Paris and why I want to live in Paris is because I would love to go on the Eiffel Tower and get macaroons and also ride my bike around the city and ride it to dinner and lunch.”

Avery Ruttery, 10

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

“If I could live in any time or place, it would be when the dinosaurs lived so I could see what they looked like and train my survival. I would build forts, build weapons and tame dinosaurs. I would see dinos fight and see who would win!”

Ryland Darr, 7

Newville Elementary School

“If I could live in any time or place, I would live in 1875 where the Statue of Liberty was built. I would want to go here so I could explore and experience the whole thing. I could see how the French gave her to us. I would know what the Statue of Liberty means. I would know everything about the Statue of Liberty.”

Jocelyn, 9

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

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