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

The Adventures of Ketchup and Mustard

St Fiachra's, Beaumont, 6th Class, 1st April 2009
One day in the city, the farmer named Melvin bought two hot dogs and brought them back to his farm in the countryside. He put Ketchup on one hot dog and Mustard on the other hot dog. He left them in the room to wash his hands. Suddenly, they came to life and ran away. They ran into the barn where they met Cheddar, the pretty cow.

Just Be Yourself

St Laurence O'Toole GNS, 6th Class, 31 March 2009
I felt really embarassed walking through the school on my first day. I met a new friend called Bridget at chess club.

I dropped my glasses and when I looked up, I saw my future husband, a beautiful sparkle standing before me. 

The Adventures of Dr. Cheesy

St Mary's National School, 3rd Class, 30 March 2009
One day a piece of cheese called Cheesy went to look for a job. He wanted to be a doctor because he wanted to save all the other cheeses from cheese cancer.

Cheesy had a friend called Coco. Coco was a chocolate bar. Coco helped him look for a job.

The Hippy Fight

St Oliver Plunkett NS Castleblaney, Co. Monaghan 5th/6th Class , 25th March 2009
Shep is driving his flower-power hippy van down the road minding his own business.

Gerry uses a sling shot and bursts the wheel of the van but Shep doesn’t know what’s happened.

Evilanne's Problem

St Mary's National School, Fairview, 4th Class, 23rd March 2009
A long time ago there was a mean wizard called Evilanne.  Evilanne wanted to take over the world.  She didn’t like people, not even a little bit.

Evilanne’s best friend was Mr McCookin.  He lived right beside her in a cottage out in the woods, next to the tree house where Evilanne lived.

Oh No! Sunlight!

St Mary's National School Fairview 5th Class, 19th March 2009
Once upon a cranky time, there was a cranky man who lived in a cranky village. 

His name was Crankus. Crankus lived in a house, a dark house.

He lived with his best friend, Squeekus, the mouse. 

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