Stories, Poems, and Art by Kids
Retsina flipped her long, black hair behind her. She looked around at the empty, quiet bunker she lived in. Once it was filled with the joyous shouts of girls,...
Have you found a landing site yet, Mallory?” roared General Landings, gray hairs bristling. In the close confines of the ship’s cockpit, the sound nearly blew my...
Sprinting across the asphalt road, on her way to school, all Drew had on her mind was how the prank was going to unfold. Over the years, she had perfected her...
JULY 6, 2052, 9 A.M.
Elizabeth pulled on her trench coat and adjusted the straps to her flying goggles. Her frizzy red hair was barely controlled under her...
The meteorite kept hurtling towards Earth, and Cam watched as her vision darkened
PART I: A NEW MISSION
Dallas took his last breath of fresh air and put on his...
The wolf leaned towards him and their eyes met again
Brandon bounced the tennis ball up and down on the dirt ground. The short, dark-haired boy was nine Earth...
I wish I could say that life in space is great, but it is far from that
There is definitely a risk in sending letters. I know that. However, there...
The Galactic Soldier Code
To protect the peace of the Milky Way,
To fight bravely on land, sea, air, and space,
To execute the orders of our superiors,
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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