Amazing Kids! Magazine

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.

My Journey Far Away

My Journey Far Away

By Jimena Valdivia, age 11, California

“Amy,” said Ms. Abby. “Pay attention.”
“Yes, Ms. Abby,” I answered, noticing my surroundings and adjusting to the light.

Soccer Life

Soccer Life

By Leonardo Moreno, age 12, California

Thud, thud. Bryant kicked the ball as he was walking down his stairs. Bryant liked to match with his shoes, so he wore a white shirt and white pants.

Sarah and the Weird New Girl

Sarah and the Weird New Girl

By Davi Jacobs, age 12, Maryland

Sarah was very excited to go to school the next day. Mrs. Harris announced yesterday that a new girl was coming from across the globe.

Bittersweet

Bittersweet

By Jennifer Wu, age 12, Massachusetts

On my first day of school, I was put in sixth grade. As I nervously walked into the building, I suddenly bumped into a girl.

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