Amazing Kids! Magazine

Wishing is Powerful

Wishing is Powerful

By Isabella Taylor, Poetry Editor

We have all heard the old adage “be careful what you wish for!” I believe in the power of wishing. It seems to strengthen our beliefs in what we desire, want or hope. What we put out to the universe comes back to us.

Amazing Kids! of the Month – December 2012 – Sarah “Bug” Nelson

Amazing Kids! of the Month – December 2012 – Sarah “Bug” Nelson

Sarah “Bug” Nelson, Amazing Young Baker

Wishbones

Wishbones

By Natalie Brady, Jr. Assistant Editor

Imagine sitting at the table on Christmas Eve, enjoying a deliciously cooked turkey, when your dad pulls out a furcula – a forked bone located between the neck and breast of a bird. You and your younger sibling run over to the kitchen with the small bone, you holding one end of the bone and your sibling holding the other.

Orphan Dreams

Orphan Dreams

By Sean Traynor, Editorial Adviser and Contributing Writer

Samantha tucked her envelope under the others in the orphanage’s stack. All the kids at the home had been asked to put their holiday wishes on a piece of paper to be delivered to the church giving tree. Samantha had thought long and hard about what she should ask for.

The Birds’ Chirps

The Birds’ Chirps

By Allison Stein, Age 12, Michigan

I wake up every morning
When the birds call to me
Their flying and their swooping
They want me to see

Me, Flippy the Fish

Me, Flippy the Fish

By Samyuktha Kumar, age 9, India

Yippee! I, Flippy the fish, back flipped out of the water and landed perfectly with a tremendous splash. Everybody around me cheered as much as their flippers would allow them.