Amazing Kids! Magazine

The Korean Autumn Rite Festival

The Korean Autumn Rite Festival

By Amy Shin, age 11, Hong Kong

I wake up to the chanting sound of eomma (Mom) praying.
Sniffing, I smell the delicious scent of steaming red beans.

Writing for a Change

Writing for a Change

By Salma Danuningrat, Writing Tips Editor

Writers are powerful. We have the power to build worlds, create imaginary people, places and things.

A Crazy Christmas on Pine Eve

A Crazy Christmas on Pine Eve

By Laura Reyes, age 12, California

One crazy Christmas, I saw kids running around the blocks outside from my bedroom window. I noticed that my neighbors’ Christmas lights shone like stars in the night.

The Classroom of Life

The Classroom of Life

By Isela Moreno, age 12, California

A classroom is like a garden;
Our hopes become our sunshine.

Green (Tanka)

Green (Tanka)

By Victoria K., Nonfiction Editor

Green is moss blooming,
Tune of a wildflower,
Raindrops tingling,

Our Social Responsibility for Vitiligo Hit People

Our Social Responsibility for Vitiligo Hit People

By Syeda Azwa Asif, age 10, Karachi, Pakistan

I am writing this article to create awareness about the disease called “Vitiligo”.