Louisville Magazine

NOV 2018

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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54 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 11.18 SUPER Our annual search to find the best and brightest turned up the next Bill Gates, some energy-conservation champions and the future president of the United States, who says, "I just want society to be Super Kids." We'll second that. KIDS Interviews by Arielle Christian Photos by Jessica Ebelhar Joshua Lewis Age 9, third grade, Breckinridge-Franklin Elementary Joshua, who's visually impaired, was adopted from China two years ago. He became fluent in English in three months. He's learning braille and 70 different "cane skills," or positions for walking with a cane. "Seventy," he says. "That's a lot." How'd you become fluent in English in three months? "Just listen, listen, listen, listen." Do you have a favorite book? "That I read? It's The Little School Bus. It picks up three kids and drops them off and at the end it picks them up from school." Do you ride the bus to school? "Yep. It's an old bus. The one last year I rode on — it was (No.) 1118 — that was quiet. This one has an old, junky engine." What do you want to be when you grow up? "An inventor. I was going to invent a car that flies. I'll see how it works. A car that'll jump automatically all by itself. You just have to push a button on there and it'll trigger up the flashlight and it'll flash it on to the — um — what are those called?" Have you heard about those cars that drive themselves? "Yeah, but those self-driving cars aren't very good yet. They're still crashing a lot." What's something you want to learn about? "Science! I like to learn about chemicals — to see if I can make energy all by itself inside of a motor without using it, but holding it. What else do you need to say to me?" VOL. 7

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