Amazing Kids! Magazine

Lost Pegasus

Lost Pegasus

By Riley Brissenden, age 6, New York

It was a sunny morning—a great day to spend on a beach. My brother, James, and I ran over to the water to go swimming. We were thinking how much fun this day was going to be, and that nothing could possibly go wrong.

Product Review – Solitaire Chess

Product Review – Solitaire Chess

By Victoria Feng, Money Smarts Editor

I have always thought games that challenge and encourage people to think are the best. Not ones where you roll the dice and hope you'll roll the winning combination.

The Luminaries

The Luminaries

By Izzy Sperrazza, age 10, Nevada

The Luminaries are light sprites that embody all that is positive and good. They are very small and live in a parallel world unaware of the human world they have significant impact on.

Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying

By Akshaj Mehta, Sci-Tech Column Editor

Bullies have been around forever, but technology now gives them a whole new platform for their actions. The old "sticks and stones" saying is no longer true — both real-world and online name-calling can have serious emotional consequences for kids and teens.

Your September L.O.L. (Laugh Out Loud! Humor Column)

Your September L.O.L. (Laugh Out Loud! Humor Column)

By Brandon Kuske, LOL Editor

Q. What do computers snack on?
A. Micro chips. They eat them with megabytes.

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