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KJ Kabza

You Don't Know Where That's Been

Published Nov 27, 2018 · 1,285 words (5 minutes) · 112 views

Fantasy Humor portal fantasy Dragons children kidlit

Trash heaps at the road side are full of cool treasure, but Drew’s mom doesn’t understand, and she insists that his finds are dangerous junk that’s full of germs. Maybe—as Drew suspects after he brings home a mysterious amulet that makes him itch and break out in dragon scales—she’s right.

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Tim McDaniel

Proactive

Published Nov 1, 2018 · 3,277 words (12 minutes) · 357 views

Horror Humor children Evil Children

Cooper and Mia are a couple of kids who want to have an adventure, like the adventures the kids in the books they read have. The only thing is, those kids all seem to be orphans. The next step is obvious.

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KJ Kabza

Memories of Happy Childhood

Published Oct 24, 2018 · 886 words (4 minutes) · 91 views

Humor Science Fiction space flash fiction children kidlit

Brad’s father is perfecting a secret mind-control ray on behalf of the government. Too bad it only works from orbit, and Brad’s whole family has been banished to space until Brad’s father can get it to work.

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KJ Kabza

If Looks Could Kill

Published Oct 15, 2018 · 2,826 words (11 minutes) · 87 views

Fantasy children kidlit Medusa

Somebody has been turning the other kids on the playground into stone, and since everyone at Eastville Elementary is fully human except for Marissa, a half-Medusa and a troublemaker, all eyes are on her. But Marissa didn’t do it, and she must catch the real culprit before Principal Mariucci expels her.

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Michelle Ann King

Jump, and I'll Catch You

Published Sep 19, 2018 · 2,782 words (11 minutes) · 1 like · 413 views

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In 1990, British politician John Gummer famously attempted to quell public fears about mad cow disease by making his four-year-old daughter eat a beef burger on camera — because if people can say, ‘This is good enough for my kids,’ then it HAS to be okay. Doesn’t it...?

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