Amazing Kids! Magazine
By Adrian Campos Ortega, Age 12, California
Beside a log
Lived a brown Dog
He had no food
Or anything good
Posted in July/August 2013 Issue, Poetry
By Salomon Zepeda, Age 11, California
Right when I woke up from bed, I could smell the fresh ocean of San Francisco in the summer. I felt like I died and went to heaven.
Posted in July/August 2013 Issue, Short Stories
By Zachary Royce Wood, Age 17, Mary Land
The efflorescence of words, logophilia, la belleza, philocaly
Mellifluous and summery, the susurrus of Susquehanna
By Naomi P, Age 14, Washington
In Alaska were Eskimos build igloos and
Totem poles that reach the sky,
Where dogs are busy pulling sleds on paths that never end.
By Sarah Khan, Age 16, Saudi Arabia
She stooped and snatched at the paper sticking out of my jeans pocket. I was confused; I didn't remember putting any paper in that pocket. But at the same time, fear was bubbling inside me as though I knew what was coming.
By Hannah Herscher, Age 14, Washington
Kent's heart is within the people whom live there.
Strong like many, not big as all, but also a well known community.
Kent sleeps at night to get ready for his bright, beautiful day tomorrow.