Amazing Kids! Magazine

Changing Lives

Changing Lives

By Lauren Schmit, age 14, Ohio

Glancing up, I noticed a boy across the room that looked familiar to me. Looking back on memories like a Rolodex and clearing all the cobwebs, I remembered him from my church.

My Friend Joseph

My Friend Joseph

By Akshaj Mehta, Sci-Tech Kids Editor

I was in 3rd grade in the first term when my best friend Joseph got a brilliant idea to write a book. He had this brilliant idea about a science fiction story. It was called The X Legacy.

Snowy Spring Blossoms

Snowy Spring Blossoms

By Sarah Yaacoub, age 15, Kentucky

She spun around in wobbly circles on the damp pavement. Above her were the branches of one of the big Bradford pear trees that lined the sidewalk; it was mid-April, and now the tree was an explosion of white, the tiny white flowers that always popped up in spring.

One Rink and Two Sports

One Rink and Two Sports

By Nicole Tota, age 17, New Jersey

Winter is coming up soon, and you know what that means—snow and cold weather! On a frozen pond or skating rink, a single blade cuts across the surface of the ice, with the potential to become one of two very different sports.

Reading Partners in Sacramento, CA

Reading Partners in Sacramento, CA

By Akshaj Mehta, Sci-Tech Column Editor

January 24, 2014 is when I met Ms. Rachel Minnick, Executive Director of Reading Partners in Sacramento, California.

Clear Skies

Clear Skies

By Lola Ashinger, age 13, Cincinnati, OH

“What’s going on?” I said fearfully. In the frigid December morning, brittle-cold snowflakes reached my weary eyes. The snow glistened as the sun’s rays catch its glare.

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