Amazing Kids! Magazine

A Door to the New World

By Shreya Sharath, age 10, New York

I’ll never forget the last time I saw my best friend Laya. It was last summer when I was 9, at her small house, around 7:00 p.m.


By Max Kessler

On Ross’s desk, he knew there was failure, so “it’s only natural for me to avoid it,” he thought.

The Abandoned Lot

By Jennifer Ojilere

The abandoned lot.
The boy yearned to spend the rest of his life in this abandoned lot.

The Trip

By Julian Gray, age 18, Missouri

Having coasted on a cramped and uncomfortable plane for four hours to get here, I rise from my seat and walk towards the front exit. I step into the long, gray tunnel that shows its years; having long black lines across the sides of its carpeted floor.

Banana Bread

By Abby Park, age 13

Today grandma was wearing her usual clunky, rubber, pale green sandals. These were grandma’s favorite kind, since the soles were made out of cloudfoam.

The Bruised Shoe

By Haeon Lee, age 12, New York

The rough skyline glowed an old paper yellow that faded into a dreary bluish gray as heavy clouds watched over a bored, tired civilization. A patch of bumpy cement lay between the empty road and the old school.