Amazing Kids! Magazine

Helping a Dog

Helping a Dog

By Dylan Santana Luna, age 11, Richmond, California

It was a cool autumn afternoon when I rode my bike to the mall to do a fast food run for my sister and me.

When Liz and I Helped Two Homeless Puppies

When Liz and I Helped Two Homeless Puppies

By Imari Pierce, age 11, San Pablo, CA

Four years ago, Liz and I were riding our bike around the corner from where I live. Then we saw two little puppies. One was brown, and one was white with black spots like the movie 101 Dalmatians.

The Write Choice

The Write Choice

By Abigail L., age 11, Colorado

We are letting the use of technology evolve over handwriting, but is this a smart idea? No, handwriting should never be erased.

Grass Isn’t Always Greener on the Other Side of the Fence

Grass Isn’t Always Greener on the Other Side of the Fence

By Sheena O'Dowd, age 13, Biot (Alpes Maritimes), France

Hope is like a tree that had no choice but to live in the vast desert of hard rocks and sand, under the hot, scorching sun. It stands alone and waits, until finally the long-awaited rain falls.

What the US Flag Means to Me

What the US Flag Means to Me

By Preston Cody, age 16, Oxford, Alabama

The highest representation of our honor and pride, and most significantly our freedom, the American Flag, adopted in 1777, waves down to the United States with great gracefulness and rises tall on a pole with historic justification.

Character Day

Character Day

By Odessa Goldberg, age 12, California

“Whatever you think you can do or believe you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.”
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe