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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 9h
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Stone Soup Magazine 24h
Did you hear about the Secret Kids writing contest? The winner gets a cash prize, a subscription to Stone Soup, and a book deal with MacKenzie Press! More details here:
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 24
Children's art as historic document: works from our collection depicting Events in Egypt in the late 1970s.
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 22
In this week's Saturday Newsletter: William makes some pottery... what are you writing about this weekend?
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 20
Not finished with science writing? Neither are we here at Stone Soup! Read Mia W's blog about the Atlantic Net Pen Collapse and how it has impacted salmon:
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"As an author, it’s my job to translate difficult scientific concepts into language that kids can understand." Read 's interview with :
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 20
"Tom Robinson... was convicted because he was black. We have come a long way, but today African Americans are still treated unfairly and we should do our best to prevent it. To Kill A Mockingbird shows us how wrong prejudice is and reminds us to try to be fair and just."
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 16
A new contest, meet the Editor, and a story from the archives: this week's Stone Soup Saturday Newsletter.
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 14
Win a book deal in our latest contest, in partnership with Mackenzie Press! Check out the details on our website and encourage the kids in your life to enter for the chance to become a published book author.
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 14
We're so excited to share a first on the Stone Soup blog! One of our Young Bloggers, Lukas, had the opportunity to interview author Patricia Newman. Read their conversation about the environment, inspiration, and the writing…
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 11
"Are you craving an action packed, magic filled, fantasy novel, with a cliffhanger ending? Then Tochi Onyebuchi’s Beasts Made of Night is meant for you." Read Mirembe's review of 's Beasts Made of Night about how the book relates to modern politics
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 11
Only 4 more days to submit!
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 11
Check out the latest music composition on our blog: ‘Misted’, by Abe Effress, 11, for saxophone and piano.
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 10
An interesting perspective and yet another reason to check out this month's science-themed issue of Stone Soup!
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 10
Teachers and homeschoolers - celebrate back-to-school with Stone Soup! For the rest of the month, save 20% on a Stone Soup Subscription with code BTS18-19 in the Stone Soup store:
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 8
Things to do over the weekend (and the coming weeks), and a story about sisters from our archive: the Saturday newsletter is here!
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 7
"My book collection consists of books which really mean something to me. It can be something that inspires memories in me, has characters I identify with like I do with no others, or simply strikes me as a book which is second to none." Read more about…
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Stone Soup Magazine Sep 7
"This book will make you think, make you laugh and it won’t let you get up until you’ve finished it. I would recommend this to anyone who is bored and would like to exercise their grey cells." Read the rest of Ananda's review!
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