Amazing Kids! Magazine

Summer

Summer

By Lisa Douglas, Age 12, Oregon

Invention

Invention

By Isabella Taylor, Poetry Editor

The Ballad of Slow Moe

The Ballad of Slow Moe

By John Pedicini From far beyond the farthest seashore, Where the Atlantis Beach is no more, A small, baby seagull timed his flight, By using a snail’s hourglass at night.   The setting sun was faster than him, Alas, his future was getting dim. Other seagulls banned him from their flock, Then laughed, and forced him off the dock.   Alone in...

Living in the Sunbeam World

Living in the Sunbeam World

By Edina Molnár, 10th Grade, Ukraine

A Thousand Paper Cranes

A Thousand Paper Cranes

By Isabella Taylor, Poetry Editor I hope to give you a beam of light   In your clouded suffering   And give you a sunny day   To piece your ruins back together column by column   A star to show you a shining way   A key to unlock your heart   To pluck the heat from the sun and weave it into a blanket   To erase the endless...

Sunrise

Sunrise

By Gabi Capocelli, age 15, Colorado