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

Mexican Mishap

Mother of Divine Grace, 6th Class, 8th June 2009
Billy Bob Joe John Paul II was at home in his castle in the Finglas section of Kabul, having a cup of tea and watching wrestling with his dad. They were yelling at the television.

It' Not Good Grilled

St Joseph's CBS Fairview, 6th Class, 2nd June 2009
Stev-o wakes up, goes to the toilet and then goes to the kitchen to have a bowl of corn flakes. He is sad because he wants toast.

Reese, Stev-o’s imaginary best friend, knocks his secret knock on the door.

Amber's Dream Come True

Gardiner Street Primary School, 6th Class, 28th May 2009
Princess Amber was in the garden of her castle, sitting on a swing.  She thought that she was by herself, but a fairy prince was hiding in the grass and was watching her.  He was looking for his baby fairy, and he thought that Princess Amber was hiding her in the castle.

P.S. (I Love) I'll Dump You

4th Class, Whitecross National School, 27th May 2009
This is a story about a talking cactus named Bobsticles. He had an evil wife named Spikella who had a moustache. His life’s ambition was to dump her and find the perfect wife. His best friend Nibbles, the sombrero wearing, banjo playing hamster, was to help him. Nibbles played in a band called Country Hamsters. They all lived in Mexico.

Love for Sinbad

St Joseph's NS, Ballymun 5th Class, 20th May 2009
Sinbad the tiger lived in Africa and all that he ever wanted was a girlfriend. One day at the watering hole Sinbad saw a girl tiger named Azora across the water. He decided to swim across the watering hole and share the deer that he caught earlier.

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