Stone Soup Honor Roll: March 2023

Welcome to the Stone Soup Honor Roll! We receive hundreds of submissions every month by kids from around the world. Unfortunately, we can’t publish all the great work we receive. So we created the Stone Soup Honor Roll. We commend all of these talented writers and artists and encourage them to keep creating. – The […]

Highlight from Stonesoup.com

From the Stone Soup Blog The following is a transcript of part of the second installment of Emma’s poetry podcast. Head over to our blog at Stonesoup.com/young-bloggers/ to listen to it or read it in full! Poetry Soup (A Poetry Podcast) — Episode #2 Hello, and welcome to Poetry Soup! I’m your host, Emma Catherine […]

Reading with My Sister

The narrator recalls quiet mornings reading with their sister When I was four years old, I moved to America with my mom and older sister and brother. I remember the first year being very strange and different from our life back in China. We didn’t have a car, so we had to walk everywhere we […]

The Mask

Earnest Eyes I sit and stare At the mask I have to wear. When I go to school, I see a sign that says, “Wear your mask and be cool.” I feel like a caged bird. I get no say, Not in any way. I feel too self-conscious at recess to take it off. Or […]

Bloody Head

Samuelle is rushed to the ER after bumping his head at the playground I don’t know why this happened. I was a nice, calm person. I was new to the area, and I had moved there not that long ago. I was nine years old and l loved going to the park, so I asked […]

The Kidnapping of the Principal’s Son

When her best friend disappears, Katie puts on her detective hat A typical Sunday night in the Midwestern town of Mells Bells included fourteen- year-old Katie up way past her bedtime typing out her latest article. Her articles covered topics ranging from the harms of pesticides to the new mayor’s dog’s death. Katie attended Townsend […]

My Raindrop Journey

A young boy tells the story of living on a cloud Hello. My name is Roy. I live in a big, big cloud. One day, I felt a bump on my shoulder and other raindrops squeezed me tight. I had to leave this cloud. But how? A few days later in the morning, I realized […]

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