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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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Stone Soup Magazine Feb 16
Check out the new short videos on our blog, and send us one of your own! Find out more in your Stone Soup Saturday Newsletter.
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Stone Soup Magazine Feb 13
Another video on the blog this week! Watch Caitlin's video "A Day at Camp"
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Stone Soup Magazine Feb 11
Today, we have a video on the blog! Check out "Space Battle," a video by Christian Goh:
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Stone Soup Magazine Feb 9
Respond to our stunning February cover, and read the novella at the heart of the issue - the Stone Soup Saturday Newsletter!
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Stone Soup Magazine Feb 4
"Overall, Wings of Fire is a spectacular series and you should most definitely read the first book." Wings of Fire: The Dragonet Prophecy, Reviewed by Nina, 12:
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Stone Soup Magazine Feb 2
Report from New York, and a journal project in your Stone Soup Saturday Newsletter
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 31
Today on the blog, a poem and an illustration accompanying it. The Blue Chair by David Jacobs:
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 31
Don't miss the special February issue of Stone Soup, online and in print now! We bring you a novella, a poetry cycle, and lots of art: longer work for the shortest month. Visit Visit
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 26
Have you read our nature bloggers? Get inspired to make your own work with nature in a leading role! This and more in your Stone Soup Saturday newsletter.
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 25
Never not going to retweet this amazing list! Stone Soup may only publish writing by kids 13 and younger, but there are so many places where teens can submit their work!
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 24
Replying to @preschoolers
This looks like a fun game!
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 23
"We weren’t far down the hill when I felt a bump under my sled. I went flying into the air. It was terrifying but also fun and exciting all at the same time." Read more from blogger Maya's latest post, Sledding:
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 21
Replying to @babies2bookworm
This looks like a great list of books!
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 21
"I had an odd sensation, my brain knowing that I was on Earth, but all of my senses saying I wasn't, that I was on Mars, with giant rock formations jutting out of the landscape all around me to accompany the trees from another…
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 20
Listen to our authors' work and make your own literary recordings - find out how in the Stone Soup Saturday Newsletter.
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 18
Interesting!
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 14
The Accidental Prime Minister, Reviewed by Vivaan, 9
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 14
Delve into the January issue and get inspired for some weekend projects with the Stone Soup Saturday Newsletter: January 12, 2019 .
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Tracy Vonder Brink Jan 10
Tomorrow the enrichment group ends with their classroom teacher uploading their submissions to . I'm surprising the kids with printed and bound copies of their stories. They've been such fun to work with!
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Stone Soup Magazine Jan 10
Read two reviews of They Poured Fire On Us From the Sky, a book about three boys in Sudan
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