“Eat it up or when you’re through, compost it or give it to someone new!”
We are continuing to share student art and writing from the 2017 Kids Issue. In this post, we feature contributions from students at Asheville School and The Learning Community School.
More lively art and writing from our spring 2017 Kids Issue. In this installment, writing from The Learning Community School and art from Claxton Elementary School.
More engaging art and writing from our spring 2017 Kids Issue. In this installment, writing from The Learning Community School and art from Claxton Elementary School.
“I am a proud black boy who is confused. I am confused why people with different skin colors don’t have equal rights. Black people have their rights, and white people have their rights, but why are they not equal?”
More creative work from the 2016 Kids Issue, including this jewel: “I’m from a beer-guzzling city with bluegrass tattooed bodies and acupuncture for adults, kids and dogs.”
More gems from the Kids Issue 2016, including this excerpt: “Who am I? I don’t quite know yet. Who do I think I am? I could write forever.”
“My grandparents would also do anything for me. They support me in every way.”
“I love the feeling I get when I’ve found someone who looks past my flaws and sees who I truly am.”
“The way I let my body flow, be free to just let go and leap in a dance, is what makes me ‘me.'”
“Who am I? I am winter bonfires and chasing little kids and little animals. Afternoons spent out in the woods.”