Stories, Poems, and Art by Kids
“This is crazy,” Marie said for the fourth time. From her seat in front of the steering wheel of the family’s old station wagon, Mom gave her a side glance and an...
Mary turned on the white lamp next to her bed and squinted as her eyes adjusted to the intensity of the bright light. She glanced at the clock on the...
I ran down the stairs, grabbed my backpack and rushed out the door just as the bus turned the corner. It was the first day of school. I was new. I wondered...
The sixth grade had finally come to a close. Actually, the year hadn’t been too long or hard. The last day dragged by so slowly. Yet here it was, the end of the...
In school, kids are always hearing horror stories about teachers, principals, custodians, and lunch ladies, but what about bus drivers? Back in 1999 Edd...
The recess bell pierced through the hallways like a needle puncturing a piece of soft velvet. Students threw back their chairs and stampeded towards the...
I hate everyone for making me wear those things
Angie pulled on a jumper and a pair of pants, not peeking. She stuck her arms in a jacket without allowing...
Sometimes things happen in life that make you want to cry for an hour. Sometimes things happen in life that only time can heal. When...
Lost by Liberty
Freedom to Fly
The Boy Fictionalist
The Search for Literature
My Deepest Desires
The Pet War
We Will Not Be Silent
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