New Teen Ink Book: Bullying Under Attack Barnes & Noble Amazon

Facebook Activity



Teen Ink on Twitter

Home > Advanced Search

Advanced Search Results


We found 9 items that match your search.
Switch to basic search »
Refine advanced search »
Results per page: Advanced search
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    Custom User Avatar
    When my family and I came back from our circumnavigation, I was plagued with one thought: how to make money. During our around the world adventure, which had taken two and a half years, I had been a successful freelance writer for a number of cruising magazines. Having had experiences in so many int...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    Custom User Avatar
    I am proud that I had the guts to start homeschooling in high school, and I consider it an accomplishment. I’d always had the idea of homeschooling in the back of my mind, partly because I was sick of spending so much wasted time in a classroom and partly because it would allow me to play tennis m...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    Custom User Avatar
    There was a knock at the door, and a buzz of excitement shot through me. Amanda was here! Today was my eighth birthday, and she was sleeping over. I couldn't wait to show her my new, pastel pink watch, complete with an alarm and stopwatch. It had been my favorite, albeit smallest, present. ...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
    Custom User Avatar
    Monday arrives with the loud brrrring of the alarm clock. With cloudy eyes I look out the window at the dark sky, the morning before sunrise. I am cold as I drag my feet to the closet. By the time I thump down the stairs, the feeling is settling in, the feeling that rises with the beginning of e...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
    Custom User Avatar
    I always ran the trail through the woods behind my house on early weekend mornings. A three-mile loop, the trail extended all the way down to the Tye River and back. It was a tough course, harder than the one at my school, with steep uphills and few downward slopes. Running it helped me stay on top ...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    Custom User Avatar
    The murky water rippled as our black canoe made its way through the winding creeks. Dad sat in back of the boat, and I sat at the bow among all our camping gear. On all sides, mangroves, with their long, fingerlike roots, reached out as if trying to grab us. For ten days, my Dad and I paddled th...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    Custom User Avatar
    I still remember that thrill in my five-year-old self?that thrill of Christmas. The first snowfall lures you in, the crisp, bright white greeting you from the window when you first wake. The excitement you feel when you see all the toys in the display of the shops, and the smell of peppermint and sp...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    Custom User Avatar
    Wind whipped my face, and the boat bounced on the waves as we came nearer and nearer to the small island that we’d be camping on. We’d been planning this trip for ages. It was the first time that our son, Matthew, was going to go camping and my husband John and I were excited to show him how it ...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    Custom User Avatar
    It was one day in South Africa that I was caught in the rain. The city streets were crowded with people; gum was stuck to the sidewalks. Everyone walked hurriedly, some spreading open colorful umbrellas like flowers blooming in a spring shower. As the sparse amounts of blue in the sky were fille...

Launch Teen Ink Chat
Site Feedback