Amazing Kids! Magazine
By Luke Lumsden, age 8, California
Mama Duck was sitting on her nest. It was hot. Crraack! “Ooooh,” said Mama Duck.
Posted in July/August 2016 Issue, Short Stories
By Phoebe Gore, age 10, Texas
In another universe, far, far away from the solar system you live in, there’s a bunch of different types of planets.
By Julia Melik, age 13, Prague
Once an old gnome, who served as a cloakroom attendant for two centuries at the Opera House, decided to go for a weekend to his home in the Dense Forest.
By Andrew Nguyen, age 12, San Pablo, CA
One day they were two kids name Alex and Rigo. Alex was tall, skinny, had black hair and blue eyes and Rigo had short black hair and green eyes.
By Kate Arnold, age 13, Newbury Park, CA
He sat on a boulder, watching the lazy waves create mysterious little pools in low tide. He had so much to think about.
By Brenda Aceves, age 11, San Pablo
A long time ago in a very small town there was a young woman named Rose. Rose loved painting. She sometimes painted about the Greek gods (such as Zeus, Aphrodite, and other gods or goddesses), her environment, and many other things.
Posted in June 2016 Issue, Short Stories