Student Work

The best part of 826 Seattle? Why, reading the awesome work of our students or listening to them perform or read a piece, of course. Here we feature the writings of young people in many different genres. We encourage you to check back often since our student writers are always busy adding new material. And, if you want to hold one of our publishing projects in your hands, they are now on sale in our store, the Greenwood Space Travel Supply Company.

Zombie Fungus Song Zombie Fungus Song

Zombie Fungus Song

by Songwriting Club / Oct 30, 2014

Zombie Fungus is very different from the mushrooms found on pizza, which is just one of the dozens of things you'll learn in this song written by our tutors and students.//more

Tabletop Moviemaking: Mystery of the Missing Millionaire Tabletop Moviemaking: Mystery of the Missing Millionaire

Tabletop Moviemaking: Mystery of the Missing Millionaire

by / Oct 23, 2014

During this fall's Tabletop Moviemaking workshop, students create four films packed with intrigue and suspense.//more

Stop & Jot: Whale Escape, by Bethel Stop & Jot: Whale Escape, by Bethel

Stop & Jot: Whale Escape, by Bethel

by Bethel / Oct 21, 2014

Bethel's solution to our Stop & Jot prompt concerning an orca whale escaping, or not escaping, from SeaWorld.//more

The Saving Sea-Monster The Saving Sea-Monster

The Saving Sea-Monster

by Broadview Thompson K-8 4th Grade / Oct 8, 2014

In this story from a Wrobot Stories field trip, a group of fourth grade students explain how a simple surfing trip can lead to a magical discovery. //more

Seahorses Aren’t Horses Seahorses Aren’t Horses

Seahorses Aren’t Horses

by Katherine / Sep 29, 2014

"Seahorses Aren't Horses" is packed with more information about sea creatures than an aquarium. This song by Katherine is just one of the many awesome creations to come out of our Songwriting Club.//more

Chomped by Owen Chomped by Owen

Chomped by Owen

by Owen / Sep 8, 2014

In our Naturally Historic Fiction summer workshop, 826 Seattle students visited the Burke Museum for inspiration. See what Owen made of the Burke's terror bird, as featured on the SPL's "Push to Talk" blog!//more

The First Goat on Mars The First Goat on Mars

The First Goat on Mars

by Miles / Aug 28, 2014

826 Seattle students met and interviewed some of Puget Sound Goat Rescue's most important caprine citizens. Here's Miles's interview with Scooby, as featured on the SPL's "Push to Talk" blog.//more

Why the Salmon Need Trees by the River Why the Salmon Need Trees by the River

Why the Salmon Need Trees by the River

by Riley / Aug 21, 2014

Riley, a student in our Naturally Historic Fiction summer workshop, uses inspiration from the Burke Museum to craft this tale of preservation and coexistence.//more