Amazing Kids! Magazine

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.

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.

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”.