Respectful Rabbit here! This week saw some major efforts in the cities of Kidizensville banding together to support one another after a devastating flood! Citizens of Plains, Riverstone, and Silver Stone pulled together to recover from one of the most severe natural disasters in Kidizensville history. It’s so inspiring to watch the kidizens press on in the face of adversity—I’m sure they’ll be able to rebuild the city to even greater levels!
For example, in the …read more
Dear kidizens and friends,
The kidizens were hit with a force that nobody expected this week; after steady heavy rainfall befell most of Kidizensville’s eastern region over the past several days, cities of Riverstone, Silver Stone and Plains are facing major flooding in the vicinity of their respective rivers. Citizens are dismayed at the damage, but have banded together in their time of need. Some kidizens have been displaced from their homes and are seeking temporary …read more
Our cities have seen some exciting developments as well as some urban growing pains this week! Here’s what we’ve been up to:
It’s election season in Kidizensville, and kidizens everywhere are competing for the chance to serve their cities in public office positions! In Plains, resident Brandon amazed the city’s entire population with his amazing ability to do complicated math problems in his head! Brandon was unanimously voted in as Mathematician of the city and …read more
Respectful Rabbit here again to update you on all the exciting going-on in Senatoria and Studville! Here’s what we’ve been up to lately:
Schools in Senatoria are open for business! The dedicated senators in the capital city of Brickton spent this week implementing the new statewide school system. In addition to placing a fancy new school within their own borders, the senators also graced the cities of Riverstone and Silver Stone with Roosevelt Academy and …read more
It’s been a quiet week in our city—all the better to hear the whooshing wind and rustling of fallen leaves, illuminated by the faint flickers of jack-o-lantern candlelight. That’s right, Halloween is in the air in Kidizensville! I, Respectful Rabbit, sometimes find this time of year a little spooky, but with so many cool things going on in our cities, I’m finding plenty to distract myself!
It was a great week for residents of Riverack! …read more