Our 17th published series of art and writing brings the mysterious into the light, dealing with unexplained occurrences, haunted museums, lantern-lit forests, and a pair of lonesome wolves.
With winter break rolling around for most students, this is a great time to sit down and enjoy some quality fiction and hand-drawn illustration.
Many of our artists this issue are new to the Youth Review. We're always grateful to have new arrangements of fresh and bold works to offer the readers of the Youth Review, from diverse backgrounds.
Midnight Mischief, an atmospheric nighttime drawing by Katie Ching, an eighth grader.
"The Ghosts of the Museum", a spine-chilling story by Salina Miao, an eighth grader.
"A Lonely Halloween Night", a festive, spooky, and imaginative story by Bonnie Chen, a fourth grader.
"Jazakee and the Serpent", a tale of adventure with an unforgettable titular antagonist by Serena Wang, a fourth grader.
"The Unsolvable: Five Minutes", a story of a hike gone suddenly wrong by Allison Li, a sixth grader.
The Youth Review editing team