Still more juvenilia: Bill Coon and the Giant Mole (around age 11), Phooey to Handwriting! (age 12), and less juvenilely, The Invisible Net (some time in my late 20s).
The second Tolkien reference in my posts title is obvious; can you identify the first?
More juvenilia: two continuations of other peoples stories, both involving basketball The Loose Ball Foul (age 10) and One Day In the Life of Mike Teavee (around age 11).
Check out David Gordons critique of Hans-H… I mean, Stefan Molyneux.
Still more juvenilia: An Epic Poem (age 11) and Vocabulary Stories (ages 10-12).
The first one has a sort of Fourth-of-July theme.
More juvenilia (ages 11-12): Tiri of Portugal (a boring story about a Portuguese boy traveling to America on his own) and Flight to Borango (a potentially interesting but unfinished story about an American boy traveling to Kenya on his own).