Amazing Kids! Magazine

Designer to Regular

Designer to Regular

By Jennifer Wu, age 11, Massachusetts

“Mom, can you buy me that designer purse everyone else has?” Melissa asked.
“Melissa, you know that even if we’re famous, you’re treated like any other girl. No purse, end of discussion,” replied her mom.

Never-ending Trip to the Future

Never-ending Trip to the Future

By Anthony Petranilli, age 16, Denver, CO

Once again, my mom and I decided to visit our relatives in Iowa. That is to say, mama decided so, and I had nothing to say against it, preferring others to decide for me.

The Black Mountain, Chapter 1: The Stone Dwarfs

The Black Mountain, Chapter 1: The Stone Dwarfs

By Julia Melik, age 13, Prague

Many, many years ago there were two dwarf’s villages close to the Black Mountain: The dwarfs of the 1st village were red and of the second - blue. The red were very strong and quick, whilst the blue were wise and smart.

The Illuminated Skies

The Illuminated Skies

By Shreya Yadav, age 16, New Delhi, India

I quickened my pace as a strong gust of wind galloped past me. The mighty draft whipped my hair around in a frenzy, sending a chill down my spine.

The Magic Button

The Magic Button

By Katherine Cheng, age 11, Oak Park, CA

On December 16, 2009, an 11-year-old boy named Arlo went on a family vacation to Utah. Arlo was a very mischievous boy, so his parents had to watch him at all times.

Dreaming of a Lively Plant

Dreaming of a Lively Plant

By Ayat Shaukatullah, age 11, India

Lily checked her phone; she’d heard a Beep! coming from it. It was a text:
Oh. My. GOSH! The school gave us MORE homework!