Amazing Kids! Magazine

The Unsaid Lesson

The Unsaid Lesson

By Muskan Vedi, age 13, India

I opened the book, and out slipped a photograph: blue eyes, red lips, sleek brown hair along with a fair complexion—a natural tony, but a nerd.

I Searched for the Sun but Could Not Find It and Settled on the Sky

I Searched for the Sun but Could Not Find It and Settled on the Sky

By Sanja Greenawalt, age 11

I searched for the sun but could not find it and settled on the sky.
It was a brilliant, bright, blasting blue that shone throughout my eyes,
And I saw white puffs of dreamers’ dreams all the way up high.

The Painting That Changed History

The Painting That Changed History

By Audrey Chen, age 13, Hong Kong, China

I opened the book, and out slipped a photograph. It portrayed a tall, muscular man in loose clothing made of hemp.

Standing Up in Times of Sitting Down

Standing Up in Times of Sitting Down

By Drake Fiorenza, grade 8, Ohio

Recess—the best time for a kid the age of seven. The only time to unwind and do mischievous deeds with no consequences. As I had rushed out the open doors, I could feel the nice, crisp breeze of spring hit my face.

Hector Pieterson: An Amazing Kid from History

Hector Pieterson: An Amazing Kid from History

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

Hector Pieterson is an amazing kid from history. He shows us that even though we are young, we can still bring change into this amazing, yet sometimes difficult world.

The Figure

The Figure

By David Asch, age 13, Spain

It all started when my friend, a poet called Laurence Fenton, was challenged by a bloke in a bar. He was apparently a poet, too, but he didn’t look it.