Amazing Kids! Magazine

Trapped

Trapped

By Sara Malott, age 15

I opened the book, and out slipped the photograph. It was of my momma. She was wearing red cat-eye glasses and heels that could cut stone.

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.

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.

The Letter D

The Letter D

By Gabrielle Myers, age 9, Georgia

I opened the book, and out slipped a photograph. I had been looking up a word in the Dictionary of Archaic Words (you know, words like “shoppe” or “olde”) because I wanted to make a sign for my father’s fish shop, “The Hook and Rod.”

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

By Aazan Ahmad, age 16, South Korea

I opened the book, and out slipped a photograph. Heaving a sigh, I picked up, thinking it was probably just one of my baby pictures. Suddenly, one glance at the photo knocked me out of my drowsiness.

The Dragon Below

The Dragon Below

By Katie Lam, age 16, China

I opened the book, and out slipped a photograph. I closed my photo album and carefully placed the photograph on top, admiring the way the pillar decorated with gold dragons was illuminated in the midday sun.