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My Friend the Shark, an infographic by Paris, 8

Paris Andreou Hadjipavlou, 8 (Nicosia, Cyprus) My Friend the Shark Paris Andreou Hadjipavlou, 8 When I grow up I want to learn a lot about sharks and protect them. For now me and my little brother remove from the beach plastic bottles and garbage so that they do not harm my animal friends. I also […]

Saturday Newsletter: July 24, 2021

Spring, by Myra Nicolaou, 8 (Cyprus), and published in the May/June 1985 Issue of Stone Soup A note from William Hello again! I haven’t written our Saturday Newsletter for some months, as I have been writing a book about the history of bread. Thank you to my colleagues who have taken over during this time. I turn […]

Stone Soup Newsletter: December 19, 2020

“Bowl of Joy” by Ethan Hu, 8 (San Diego, CA) Published in Stone Soup December 2019 A note from Sarah Happy holidays from all of us here at Stone Soup. Just a note that if you are still looking for a gift for a young creative person, Stone Soup is a great option! Subscriptions and […]

The Stone Soup Refugee Project

About our Fall 2019 fundraiser Help needed for our upcoming Refugee Special Issue Dear friends and supporters of Stone Soup, As some of you know, we have recently embarked on an exciting endeavor. In 2020 we plan to launch a special issue of Stone Soup which will feature the creative work of children in refugee camps around […]

Saturday Newsletter: February 24, 2018

Turkish Aircraft Bombing Cyprus by Frosoula Papeptrou, age 6. This image was made shortly after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974.   A note from William Rubel Next week I will be in Israel! Jane Levi, Stone Soup’s Operations Manager and I will be starting a two week adventure testing a theory of David […]

Giving Refugee Children a Voice

Turkish Aircraft Bombing Cyprus by Frosoula Papeptrou, age 6. This image was made shortly after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974. There are millions of children who have escaped from war zones and are now living in refugee camps, or as refugees in countries far from their homes. We, at Stone Soup, would like […]

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