Amazing Kids! Magazine

For Our Country

For Our Country

By Matthew Weigand, age 11, Fort Wayne, IN

So, my story begins where most stories end, finally finishing my homework, a World War II report on the Battle of Stalingrad.

Homework Gridlock

Homework Gridlock

By Jayanth Ramganesh, age 8, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

It was the last day of vacation. I sat near the window of my room, contemplating whether I should complete my homework or not, as I still had one pending.

Sunset

Sunset

By Victoria Krylova, Nonfiction Editor

Fuming, bleeding, running
The edge of the world
Is red on fire
A golden sphere

The Leaves’ Festival

The Leaves’ Festival

By Victoria Krylova, Nonfiction Editor

Summer's golden years shrivel
Decay away
Autumn unmasks
A beautiful season of fading

A Winter Tale

A Winter Tale

By Daniela Garcia, age 11, San Pablo, California

It was a cold, windy winter morning. My friend Wendy and I were sitting on my front porch, we were playing the game checkers.

Lakeside

Lakeside

By Ashton Killen, 10th Grade, Ohio

“Do you have a pass?” the worker asks me in a cheerful way.

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