Amazing Kids! Magazine

My Eid ul Fitr Holiday

My Eid ul Fitr Holiday

By Khadijah Omerdin, California

I’m woken up by the alarm flashing 6:00 A.M. in bright red. The sun isn’t even out yet. I’m tired from last night’s excitement and the last thing on my mind is getting out of my bed and getting ready to go to the mosque.

Day of the Dead (El dia de los Muertos)

Day of the Dead (El dia de los Muertos)

By Isabella, Poetry Editor

Day of the Dead is a 3,000 year old ritual celebrated in Mexico, Guatemala and some parts of the United States as a way to honor the dead.

Amazing Book Reviews: Meet Caroline

Amazing Book Reviews: Meet Caroline

By Kathleen Ernst
Published by American girl
Reviewed by Anni Racibarskas, contributing writer
Recommended for ages 8 and up

International Women’s Day in Russia

International Women’s Day in Russia

By Jessica Johnson, Contributing Writer

International Women’s Day is celebrated in Russia on Thursday March 8th every year. This holiday is to celebrate women in Russia and their many accomplishments.

Groundhog Day – an Interesting Holiday that Predicts the Weather

Groundhog Day – an Interesting Holiday that Predicts the Weather

By Sean Traynor, Editorial Adviser and Contributing Writer

Groundhog Day is a holiday known by most everyone in the United States but celebrated mainly in New York and Pennsylvania on February 2.

What’s Most Important?

What’s Most Important?

By Chance Sitandon, Age 13, Washington

What’s most important to me is my family and friends. First of all, my family has always helped me with my problems and they’ve always been by my side.

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