The Penguin that was Different

Brianna Vottis, For Kids By Kids Editor

March 27, 2015

Filed under Fiction/Nonfiction, For Kids By Kids

Once upon a time, there was a penguin. Now reader, this penguin was no ordinary penguin. No, ordinary penguins had names like Fred, and Steve, and Miss Topato Blobin'-Fenda. (Miss Topato came from a long line of Blobin'-Fendas.)...

Mask

Bhumika Devkota, Writer

March 20, 2015

Filed under For Kids By Kids, Poems, Uncategorized

Life is meaningless, without love and hate, without suffer and pain.   You can not live a perfect life, there will always be a problem, there will always be fear and death.   YOU can’t go back to the past, or look at the future, so live t...

Sunrise

Sunrise

February 11, 2015

Writing a Poem

Vivienne Fenestre, For Kids By Kids Writer

January 28, 2015

Filed under For Kids By Kids, Poems

pencil, paper mind running free or searching for rhymes losing track of time the world leaves you behind for a few minutes, you have no cares but pencil to paper and mind running free  

Waterfall

Waterfall

December 9, 2014

Life

Life

June 13, 2014

Moonbeam, Sun Gleam

Sade Miller, For Kids By Kids Writer

June 10, 2014

Filed under For Kids By Kids, Poems

Moonbeam, sun gleam, Darkness, Light, Dull and bright, The sparkle of the moon, Like a spotlight, Stars in the night, Sun rays glow white, Sun gleam, moonbeam, Good morning, Goodnight.    

Sometimes It’s Better

Mallory Edelle Trainor, For Kids By Kids Editor

June 10, 2014

Filed under Fiction/Nonfiction, For Kids By Kids

They lurched through the streets, arms swinging, puppet like, as if they were controlled by invisible strings tied to the wrists, the elbows, the ankles and knees. Heads lolled as they threw themselves down the street in a sea of ...

The Marionette

Mallory Edelle Trainor, For Kids By Kids Editor

June 9, 2014

Filed under Fiction/Nonfiction, For Kids By Kids

He walked into the darkened classroom, rectangular glasses slipping off his nose. His long fingers pushed the light switch and the room lit up, washed in a yellow glow. He sat down at the dark wood desk in the front of the cla...

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