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October Issue 2016: Issue #103 – Make a Difference

October Issue 2016: Issue #103 – Make a Difference

There are great examples out there where youth have done some fabulous things. You’ll see examples of this in our Amazing Kid of the Month and the Amazing Kids Interview columns. Sometimes youth can be inspired by stories of making a difference written by other kids. This month’s theme is “Make a Difference” and you’ll see this in many of the stories featured this month.

The Elixir of Life

The Elixir of Life

By Billy Yung, age 14, Hong Kong

In my hand lies a mystical goblet, shimmering faintly in the dying sunlight:
My elixir of life, useless, a sham.
Dark, terrifying shadows dance in my blurred vision.

One Rink and Two Sports

One Rink and Two Sports

By Nicole Tota, age 17, New Jersey

Winter is coming up soon, and you know what that means—snow and cold weather! On a frozen pond or skating rink, a single blade cuts across the surface of the ice, with the potential to become one of two very different sports.

Sipping Nectar

Sipping Nectar

By Rosemary Biju, age 15, India

Benjamin Franklin: An Amazing Kid from History

Benjamin Franklin: An Amazing Kid from History

By Jordan Brunk, Amazing Kid from History Editor and Contributing Writer

Benjamin Franklin is an amazing kid from history. He shows us that we can accomplish whatever we put our minds to and can always come up with new, inspirational ideas to help out those around us.

Frackciddents

Frackciddents

By Briana Gonzalez, age 12, Biscayne Park, Florida

Many changes have been taking place in our environment over the past 20 years. There has been a great amount of fracking going on.

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