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

Big Mama

6th class, St Fiachra's National School, Beaumont. 23rd April 2009
One day Big Mama was at McDonald’s in Artane. She was trying to get through the automatic door but she didn’t fit. She was half in and half out and couldn’t get in.

Tramp Vegas

Scoil Cholmcille SNS, Ballybrack, 4th Class, 23rd April 2009
Jim Bobby Jr. lived in a cardboard box. He saw a fork and named it Issac.

Issac was his bestfriend. He was a Tramp. He wished he had a suitcase. He smelled like sewage because he fell down a drain. Jim Bobby Jr. was afraid of his own shadow.

The Golden Ball

2nd Class, Central Model Senior School, 21st April 2009
One night in a forest it was very stormy.  Three Head Dragon wanted to go on a top secret mission. He wanted to find the Golden Ball. 

He went to America to try and find the ball but he couldn’t find it.  He asked the help of his friend called Penelope.

Love Story

Kilbarrack Children's Centre, 6 April 2009
Tanya and her friend D.C. walked through the park on their way to college.

As they got to their class, Tanya turned left and D.C. turned right and they crashed into each other. Their books went everywhere. 

Cornelius & Micken in a Cardboard Box

St Fiachra's National School, 6th Class, 2nd April 2009
One rainy day, Cornelius the leprechun was talking to himself.  “Some people’s ambitions are hard to follow.  Not mine!” All he wanted to be was a hobo.

But Cornelius had one great fear – he knew that if he became a hobo, he was in grave danger of being attacked by a platypus for platypusses roamed the streets of the city.

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