Amazing Kids! Magazine

Your Voice Through Stories!

Your Voice Through Stories!

By Sophie Nadel, Writer’s Tips Editor

Throughout history, authors have found powerful voices for themselves through writing. Stories educated the public about issues within society and motivated people to act.

One Important Book

One Important Book

By Atticus Dill, grade 8, Ohio

I could tell my grandparents were here; the aroma of my grandma’s minty and old-person lipstick explored the house, and my grandpa’s snoring was rumbling the world.

Sunlight

Sunlight

By Shailey Bellamkonda

(Radio on.)
“Amy! Switch off that radio, and finish your homework!” said Amy’s mother, Hannah.
(No answer.)

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

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

By Brandon Kuske, LOL Editor

Q. What do you call a sleepy bull?
A. A bulldozer!

Karaoke Night

Karaoke Night

By Ava Hooper, age 13, Missouri

Water shoots up
Like geysers from the ground around me.
Maya and I stand
And wait in line for our turn at karaoke.

Staff Q&A: How has writing changed you?

Staff Q&A: How has writing changed you?

By the Amazing Kids! Staff

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