1. Told by Riley, Age 16 | http://www.storybooth.com to record and submit your story for a chance to get animated.

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    ABOUT STORYBOOTH
    Real Stories, Animated. Storybooth is a digital platform that invites kids to record and submit their stories with a chance to have them animated and shared with the world. Embarrassment, heartbreak, challenges or triumphs; funny, sad, serious, or silly - we're looking for all kinds of stories - they just need to be real. Stories we select are then turned into animations and are published and distributed online for viewing, sharing, and engaging with on computers, tablets, and mobile devices.

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  2. Go to http://www.storybooth.com to record and submit your story for a chance to get animated... Ever wish you could turn invisible? Alexandra, age 12, wants to "curl up into a little ball and disappear forever" after an embarrassing moment in math class. She feels stupid - and the kids think so too. They are judging her, talking about her and she just wants to run and hide. So she does. Does she ever come out and face her classmates again? Watch the video to see how Alexandra's plan to turn invisible ends.

    Real Stories, Animated. Storybooth is a digital platform that invites kids to record and submit their stories with a chance to have them animated and shared with the world. Embarrassment, heartbreak, challenges or triumphs; funny, sad, serious, or silly - we're looking for all kinds of stories - they just need to be real. Stories we select are then turned into animations and are published and distributed online for viewing, sharing, and engagaing with on computers, tablets, and mobile devices.

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    TRANSCRIPTION:
    One day in math class, I was sort of spacing out, and the teacher called on me and I gave an answer and it turned out to be really, really far off. And all the kids started giggling. I could feel my face turning so red and i wanted to just sit and shrink.

    When class dismissed, people went into groups. I could hear them whispering..."She is so bad at math. Oh my gosh, she was so far off. Did she even hear the question?"

    I felt so horrible that they were actually judging me like this. I just wanted to crawl up into a ball and disappear forever.

    I began to question other things about myself:
    What if they think I'm overweight?
    "What if they think I walk weird?
    What if they think my hair's not right?
    What if they think I think weird?"

    That night when I went home, I was thinking to myself, "I don't want to be seen, I want to be invisible for the rest of my life."

    The next day when I went to school, my hair was in my face, I wore a really big baggy sweatshirt and long pants so my entire body was covered. I'd walk down the halls trying to be unnoticed...sort of like a shadow. Nobody would see me, no body would notice me, and nobody could judge me.

    And I heard a little bit of murmuring like, "oh wow, she's completely covered up". And then it stopped. And they ignored me. And that's what I wanted. But I still felt bad.

    I heard voices in my head saying,
    "You're not good at math."
    "You're stupid!"
    "You're never going to amount to anything."

    And I tried to push those voices so far away in the back of my head, and ball them up into a little ball and stuff them way back to where I couldn't hear them. But is was not working. They still seeped back in little cracks and echoed around the walls of head.

    One day at recess, two girls were walking bye and they were laughing at a joke one of them had told, and one of the girls just burst out laughing so hard and she started snorting. She covered her mouth. And they both looked at each other, and then they burst our laughing and kept walking.

    That's when something clicked in my head. She didn't judge the girl for her laugh. Maybe they won't judge me if I show myself.

    So, when I went home that day and I looked in the mirror, I told myself, "tomorrow you're going to be who you are. You're going to be happy with yourself."

    The next day when I went into school, I saw a group of girls talking over by the swings and I went over to them. And I remember saying in a very friends voice, "Hi!" and it was quite and I thought to myself, "oh my gosh they're judging me and deciding if they are going to reject me."

    Then one of the girls smiled at me and started a very nice conversation and it felt so good that they had liked who I was. Of course there were some girls, when I came up to them they judged me and didn't like me. But I thought to myself, " They're probably judging themselves like I did, but trying to hide it." I said to myself, "you're not going to be like this anymore, you are going to be you."

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  3. Told by Ben, Age 12 | http://www.storybooth.com to record and submit your story for a chance to get animated...

    LINKS
    Website: http://www.storybooth.com
    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/storybooth
    Instagram: @thestorybooth https://www.instagram.com/thestorybooth
    Faceboook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?...
    G+: https://plus.google.com/+Storybooth/v...

    CONTACT US

    info@storybooth.com

    ABOUT STORYBOOTH
    Real Stories, Animated. Storybooth is a digital platform that invites kids to record and submit their stories with a chance to have them animated and shared with the world. Embarrassment, heartbreak, challenges or triumphs; funny, sad, serious, or silly - we're looking for all kinds of stories - they just need to be real. Stories we select are then turned into animations and are published and distributed online for viewing, sharing, and engaging with on computers, tablets, and mobile devices.

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  4. Emily, Age 11 | http://www.storybooth.com to record and submit your story for a chance to get animated.

    LINKS
    Website: http://www.storybooth.com
    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/storybooth
    Instagram: @thestorybooth https://www.instagram.com/thestorybooth
    Faceboook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?...
    https://www.instagram.com/thestorybooth
    G+: https://plus.google.com/+Storybooth/v...

    CONTACT US

    info@storybooth.com

    ABOUT STORYBOOTH
    Real Stories, Animated. Storybooth is a digital platform that invites kids to record and submit their stories with a chance to have them animated and shared with the world. Embarrassment, heartbreak, challenges or triumphs; funny, sad, serious, or silly - we're looking for all kinds of stories - they just need to be real. Stories we select are then turned into animations and are published and distributed online for viewing, sharing, and engaging with on computers, tablets, and mobile devices.

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