The 9years old third-grader in Chesapeake area of Virginia, United States, despite being born without hands has found a way to be the best at writing.
The little girl Ellick was named the winner of the 2018 Nicholas Maxim Award, part of the 2018 Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting Contest, on Thursday, April 26.
The award recognizes students with special-needs who have developed an exceptional skill in handwriting. In 2016, the 9-year-old was also named winner of the contest’s print category.
It was gathered that the little who doesn’t use prosthetic hands, learned how to hold a pencil between her arms to draw and write.