Amazing Kids! Magazine

The Tribe Storyteller

The Tribe Storyteller

By Ryan Traynor, Contributing Writer

Pony Boy sat around the campfire, the smoke tickling his nose and making his eyes water. The haze created from the embers created a mystical glow around the bright fire and lured the other Sioux boys into a quiet, somber state.

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

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

By Tanmaya Murthy, Humor Column Editor

Bananas contain a natural chemical, which makes a person happy! Cool!

Amazing Book Reviews: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever

Amazing Book Reviews: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever

By Jeff Kinney
Published by Amulet Books
Reviewed by Emma Henault, Age 9, Vermont
Recommended for ages 8 and up

Storytelling through the Kathak and Hula Dances

Storytelling through the Kathak and Hula Dances

By Sean Traynor, Editorial Adviser and Contributing Writer

Storytelling is ingrained in many cultures to pass on tradition, culture, history and beliefs of groups of people. Some cultures use dance as a mode of storytelling. Northern India’s Kathak is a classical form of dance.

A Visit to Morningstar Wildlife Rehabilitation

A Visit to Morningstar Wildlife Rehabilitation

By Charlotte McCombs, age 10, Arkansas

It was raining when we drove up the driveway to the Morningstar Wildlife Rehabilitation in Gravette, AR, almost an hour away from where we lived.

Aliens from the Ocean

Aliens from the Ocean

By Enzo Monfre, SciTech Kids Columnist

Limulus Polyphemus or the Atlantic horseshoe crab is found along the Northwest Atlantic coast and in the Gulf of Mexico.