Just a Chess Game by Grace Henson

Just a Chess Game by Grace Henson

Today we are featuring Inklings Book Contest 2019 finalist, Grace Henson! Grace finished 8th grade this past school year. The story she submitted is called “Just a Chess Game”    “Clean Grandpa’s attic,” they said. “It’s not that bad,” they said. Well, the mile high...
Pocket Skeleton by Amogh Kashyap

Pocket Skeleton by Amogh Kashyap

Today we are featuring Inklings Book Contest 2019 finalist, Amogh Kashyap! Amogh finished 4th grade this past school year. The story he submitted is called “Pocket Skeleton” We asked Amogh what he likes best about his story and he said, “that a 10-year old...
Weaving Dawn by Shinjini Samanta

Weaving Dawn by Shinjini Samanta

Today we are featuring Inklings Book Contest 2019 finalist, Shinjini Samanta! Shinjini finished 4th grade this past school year. The poem she submitted is called “Weaving Dawn.” We asked Shinjini what she likes best about her poem and she said, “It has many...
The Chestnut Tree by Lila Tierney

The Chestnut Tree by Lila Tierney

Today we are featuring Inklings Book Contest 2019 finalist, Lila Tierney! Lila finished 5th grade this past school year. The story she submitted is called “The Chestnut Tree”  A crisp November wind was blowing across the pastures and copses of Yorkshire. It threatened...
Tata – Never Say Goodbye by Asmitha Palath

Tata – Never Say Goodbye by Asmitha Palath

Today we are featuring Inklings Book Contest 2019 finalist, Asmitha Pallath! Asmitha finished 5th grade this past school year. The poem she submitted is called “Tata – Never Say Goodbye”  I try to recall the old memories But they begin to drift away An empty...
Nerds by Linda Chang

Nerds by Linda Chang

Today we are featuring Inklings Book Contest 2019 finalist, Linda Chang! Linda finished 6th grade this past school year. The story she submitted is called “Nerds”  Prologue: Dear Carol: Hey, kiddo! Sorry that I didn’t get a chance to mention this, but I’m having...