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On a hot day, nothing beats a nice, cold scoop of ice cream.
What’s in your favorite flavor? Chocolate chips? Strawberries? Aldehyde C-17? Piperonal?
Wait, what?! Aldehyde C-17 is a flammable liquid! It’s used in plastics and dyes! And piperonal is used to kill lice!
This sounds more like poison than ice cream! But believe it or not, small amounts of these ingredients can be found in some ice creams.
Mum and Aunt Julie are sisters and almost neighbors but they can’t stand each other.
Now Dad’s out of town with his job and Mum has to go help her best friend who was in a car accident.
I have to stay in town for school, so I’m staying with Aunt Julie for the first time in my life.
She gave me a big hug and she fixed me a big supper, but she kept saying things like “Jill would have a heart attack” (Jill’s my mum) “if she knew her daughter was eating stuffing that came out of a bag.”
Where were you born? Where do you live now? Are there others who live around you, go to your school, or play on your soccer team who were born in a different country? They may look different than you, but maybe not. They may speak differently, but maybe not. Maybe you know someone who was born here, but their parents were born in a different country before moving here.
An immigrant is someone who moves from the country where they were born to a new country. They may become a permanent resident of the new country, meaning they remain a citizen of their birth country but live in the new country permanently, or they may become a citizen of their new country, as if they had been born into the new country.
It is even possible for a person to hold dual citizenship, continuing to be a citizen of their birth country and becoming a citizen of the new country as well.