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 Gupventure

Sacred Heart Junior National School, Tallaght​, 2nd Class, 16 March 2017 

Gup the pug escaped from a house and he ran away to a far away jungle. 

A lion chased Gup through the jungle, but a bird called Crango stopped the lion and they all became best friends. 

One day, Chewy the lion got stuck in some branches. The lion started crying.

Aliana’s Journey

​Brittas Bay NS, 4th class, County Wicklow, 15th March 2017

One day, Aliana Flame was walking through the woods, with her pet wolf, Nom-nom when another wolf jumped out and then ran away in five seconds.  

Her eyes followed the wolf and then she saw the wolf fall off a bridge.  

Part of Aliana wanted to see if the wolf was ok and another part thought it might be part of a trap.  

 

Mags the Wolf

​Holywell Educate Together National School, 3rd Class, 14 March 2017 

Once there was a wolf named Mags and he lived in the woods. 

He had a best friend, a rabbit called Poppy, and they played video games together.

Mags the wolf was happy, but sometimes he was afraid of getting caught by the circus. 

The Mystical City

​Scoil Chill Ruadháin, 4th Class, County Cork, 10 March 2017

Once upon a time, there was a boy and his name was Jeffrey. 

A good many years ago (in dragon years, ten human years is actually one dragon year) he fell down a hole and met this girl, Demolita. 

She gave him a drink that was poisoned and made him turn into a half-dragon, half-human. 

The Riddle of the Secret Agent

South Dublin Latch On Literacy Group, 10th March 2017

Ben was in Dublin on work business. It was 7:00 in the morning. Ben was up early because he had to get ready for the gig that night. 

Ben was feeling a bit nervous. “Calm down,” he said to himself. 

He texted his friend Aoife. He wrote, “How are you? Are you coming to my concert tonight? Will you be there?”

George vs Bob and the Juicer

St. Brigids National School, County Wicklow, 2nd 3rd and 4th Class 09 March 2017

Once upon a time George the walking talking orange fell off the counter.  

Bob, the apple on the counter, pushed him over.  

George was rolling over on the kitchen floor and then he saw the family dog, Billy.  

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