The 30 fourth-graders in Carrie Cleary's class at Woodburn School for the Fine and Communicative Arts in Falls Church are this week's Class of KidsPost. Here are some of the things they told us about themselves.

Favorite author: J.K. Rowling got three votes; Mary Pope Osborne, Marc Brown and Barbara Park each got two.

Favorite thing to collect: Music downloads and Yu-Gi-Oh cards tied with five votes each.

Favorite thing to do with your family: Watch movies (five votes).

How do you listen to music? Twelve kids tune in on the radio; eight said they use iPods.

What subject do you wish was taught in school? Five kids would like cooking classes.

What's the youngest age kids should be able to vote? Most kids said 18, but three kids said 10 years old and one said 8!

What's the youngest age kids should be able to drive? Two kids said 12. (Hope you don't mind if we don't get in the car with you!)

What do you want to be when you grow up? The class has five future teachers, four veterinarians, three doctors and three dentists. (Unless they change their minds.)

What's the biggest problem in the world today? Hurricanes (10 votes) and high gas prices (seven).

Want to be a Class of KidsPost? Have your teacher e-mail us at kidspost@washpost.com. We'll send you surveys. Fill them out and your class might be in the newspaper.