Amazing Kids! Magazine

The Spring

The Spring

By Sarina Patel, age10, Florida

Fragrant petunias flourishing,
Yellow roses basking in the early morning dew.
Cotton candy clouds crowned with rays,
In the sweet blush of spring.

Form of the Arts

Form of the Arts

By Alicia McGowan, age 9, Louisiana

I stare at a painting
My eyes wide
I'll glide
Weave

Lies

Lies

By Nichole War, age 18, Virginia

What a beautiful, sunny morning it was in the giant tree house atop the massive oak where Squish the octopus lived with his trusty pal, Eddie. The bright sun peered into Squish’s window just enough to wake him up.

What Is a Friend for?

What Is a Friend for?

By Emily Cheung, Contributing writer

Meeting for the first time and grinning at each other nervously
with large gap-toothed smiles, but soon eagerly introducing ourselves
to one another on the first day of kindergarten,
Petty gibberish-filled feuds over jagged broken crayons,

Friends for Life

Friends for Life

By Sean Traynor, Editorial Adviser and Contributing Writer

Brandon grasped onto the rocky ledge, his legs beginning to shake from the 70 minutes he had been clinging for his life inside this deep cavity. Clothed in his hiking shorts and t-shirt, the cold from the darkness of the cave began to seep into his bones, making him feel a chill down his spine.

Under the Gooseberry tree

Under the Gooseberry tree

By Samyuktha Kumar, Contributing Writer

“Once there was a tree...and she loved a little boy...”