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Stone Soup Magazine
The literary magazine written and illustrated by young people through age 13. Inspiring creative kids since 1973. Join our project today!
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Honored to be included in this list from ! Check out the other places young writers can submit their work:
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Stone Soup Magazine 4h
Check out the Poetry Animation by Vandana R, posted on our blog!
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 15
Very cool opportunity for students!
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 14
Replying to @preschoolers
Looks like a fun resource!
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 14
Replying to @KQEDedspace
Looks like a great resource!
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 14
Replying to @PenguinUKBooks
Sounds like an awesome and fun challenge!
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 14
Science Fair, A Documentary Review by Nina Vigil, 11:
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 13
"I live in California. Yesterday morning, I woke up to a blanket of smoke covering the landscape outside my window." Read more from our blogger Lukas about the California fires:
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Tracy Vonder Brink Nov 12
Started peer review of the stories the 5th grade enrichment group is writing for . It's amazing to hear one 5th grader tell another "Your rising action is really strong, but I wanted more drama after that." So impressed!
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 10
Stone Soup Saturday newsletter: We love libraries! Plus, a topical blog post + our weekend activity = inspiration
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Atlas Obscura Nov 2
These books have anthropomorphic flora and fauna, magic, evil step-mothers—all things that weren't supposed to be in Soviet children's literature.
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 6
"The planet's a mess It's hot and not fair The people in charge don't seem to care" Read the rest of "Searching for Han Solo," a poem by Isabella P:
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 5
Replying to @SomanChainani
Great, thanks! Just sent along the information
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 5
Replying to @SomanChainani
I'm sure she'd be so excited! Can we send it to you via email? Thanks so much for taking the time to respond.
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 3
New November issue out now. Plus a story, and a weekend writing and art project, about waiting rooms (it's a lot more exciting than it sounds!).
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 2
Our young blogger Sabrina Guo writes about as an inspirational role model for writing and for life goals.
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 1
Don't miss the new November issue of Stone Soup - - filled with the magical, the animal and the natural.
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Stone Soup Magazine Nov 1
Replying to @trvonderbrink
That's so great to hear! We can't wait to read their submissions :)
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Tracy Vonder Brink Oct 31
Today I was thrilled to start with an enrichment group of five 5th graders, working toward readying stories or poems to submit to . These young writers are so enthusiastic, it's energizing!
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Stone Soup Magazine Oct 27
Replying to @HSScientist
This looks like a really fun activity!
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