Amazing Kids! Magazine

I May Not See the World, But the World Will See Me

I May Not See the World, But the World Will See Me

By Daniela Santos, age 12, California

It was a sunny Monday school day in a small house in El Salvador, and Federico was waking up. Federico’s house was not the biggest. He shared a room with his parents and his sister, but he was fine with that.

The Problem of Luciana’s Second Language

The Problem of Luciana’s Second Language

By Ivette Cardenas Alvarado, age 12, California

On a warm, smoggy Monday morning in East Los Angeles, California, a teenage girl named Luciana woke up in her room, smelling burnt pancakes her mom had made.

The Gnomes vs. the Fairies

The Gnomes vs. the Fairies

By Lily Garceau, age 8

As morning broke, all the fairies got ready for the long day in the meadow. When Rosie awoke, she rushed out of her little cottage into the meadow.

The Rainstorm That Ruined Cindy’s Hike

The Rainstorm That Ruined Cindy’s Hike

By Melany Chevez Gutierrez, age 11, California

It was a sunny day in Brooksville, where a 19-year-old girl named Cindy was packing for her trip to go hiking with her dog, Ruffles.

Bad Blood

Bad Blood

By Jackson Hill, age 11, California

Red peppers or green? Samuel Holmes, age 10, had been apprenticed to his father, a journalist, for the Boston Gazette, Boston’s most popular newspaper.

How the Little Dipper Came to Be

How the Little Dipper Came to Be

By R. Kim, age 12, Hong Kong

As the sun’s blinding light slowly set over the rows of rice paddies, the life in Lan’s eyes began to dim as well.

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