Stories

Every morning, brilliant new stories are written by primary schoolchildren.They are all stored in our library (the stories, not the children). To read the stories and see the pictures, just click on the title or read more to view stories.

We also have stories from our other locations: Cork, Galway, Mayo and Wicklow

A Bug's Rights

​Scoil Mobhi, Glasnevin, 5th Class, 19 June 2017

In an old shoe in the woods, lives an ant with a dream. 

His name is Mr. Everest and his mission is to fight for ant’s rights.

Mr. Everest witnessed his girlfriend unfortunatly being squashed by a young child. 

A Lizard's Tale

​Gaelscoil an Bhradáin Feasa, Drogheda, 5th Class, 15 June 2017 

Larry the Lizard was in Tesco looking for teabags and milk. He was feeling lonely. 

“If only I had a house and some friends,” he thought to himself.  

Meanwhile, in Oscar the middle-aged man’s apartment, Susan the cat knocked over a mouldy carton of milk. 

Penelope’s Surprise

Our Lady of Good Counsel, Dún Laoghaire, 5th Class, 14 June 2017

Penelope the unicorn was making a sandwich. She thought about what she wanted for her birthday. 

she really wanted a rabbit called Sue.

But then, she saw someone who looked just like her in the window. At that moment, she screamed. 

The Takeover

St Patrick’s BNS, 4th Class, County Mayo,13 June 2017

Jeff the Beast and Matt the Mutant were having lunch in a five star restaurant in New Rush City.

‘Wanna take over the universe?’ Jeff asked Matt.

UNI’S QUEST

​Gaelscoil Bhaile Brigín, Balbriggan, 1st Class, 12 June 2017 

Uni the unicorn lived in a magic forest in Dublin.

One day a magical fairy came to visit her. Uni told the magical fairy that she wanted to be a wolf.

“You can turn into a wolf on one condition,” said the fairy.

UniBoy agus Sparkles

​Gaelscoil an Teaghaigh Naofa, Rang a 3, County Cork, 09 June 2017 

Fadó fadó bhí buachaill darb ainm Bob. Bhí cumhachtaí draíochta ag Bob. 

Lá amháin chuaigh Bob go dtí an pháirc agus fuair sé uachtar reoite. 

Bhí bullies ann, agus bhrúigh siad é agus thóg siad an uachtar reoite. Thit sé agus fuair sé gearradh ar a cheann. 

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