At the age of 4, Zaida Davis began telling stories to her younger sister in the car.

“I heard her say, ‘Buckle your seat, Mimi, we’re going to blast off!’ So I really started listening,” said Zaida’s mother, Tashema Davis. “As I put the truck in reverse and she did a countdown, ‘3-2-1-blastoff!’”

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