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Stone Soup Magazine
May 2018

With each round of the pedals I felt more confident that this was the right thing to do Illustrator Sofia deGraff-Ford, 13 for Friends Forever? by Michael...

“That’s practice for today, so dry off and go home” Illustrator Alicia Betancourt, 13 for Guts and a Few Strokes by Eve Asher, 10 Published March/April 2002. A...

“Wait!” yelled Veronica. She could barely run in her heels. Illustrator Natalia Dunyak, 13 for her story Galactic Rebels, Published January/February 2015. A...

I realized that I’d probably never have what she had. She had hope Illustrator Anika Knudson, 13, for Hope, by Isabel Folger, 12 Published January/February...

I noticed the slightest little crack on the crown Illustrator Christian Miguel, 12, for ‘If Only’ by David Vapnek, 12 Published September/October 2014. A note...

I clutched my pen and began to write Illustrator Joanne Cai, 13, for ‘Drifting’ by Emma Peterson, 11, Published March/April 2016 A note from Emma...

It must be very early, the light is just creeping sleepily up from behind the trees and rooftops Illustrator Rosemary Engelfried, 13 for On the Bridge of Dawn...

He licked my fingers and I felt that the model dog didn’t matter to me anymore Illustrator Garrett Landon, 11, for Little Pal by Nikki Morse, 12, in Stone Soup...

Stone Soup colleague Jane Levi timing Israeli archeologist David Eitam as he grinds grain in a mortar cut into bedrock 12,500 years ago by people known as the...

Forest Creature (detail) by Eva Stoitchkova, 11 Ontario, Canada A note from William Rubel I am writing to you from Galilee, where I have...