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, Kerry, Mayo, NorthWest, and Wicklow

The Two Superdogs

St Laurence O'Toole GNS 2nd Class , 17th February 2009
There once was a puppy called Jessie. More than anything else, she wanted to find her eight brothers and sisters. She was terrified of dognappers.

The Runaway

St Joseph's Co-Ed, East Wall 5th class, 16th February 2009
Macy Lee and Talulagh were best friends.  They lived in an orphanage.

One day they were playing football outside in the back yard of the orphanage. Macy Lee was crying beside the court.

Superunderpants

Fionnbarra Naofa, Cabra, 5th Class, 13th February 2009
One day, a nine and a half year old boy called John arrived home from school. 

His Ma said, “You need to buy some new underpants because yours are all ripped from climbing up trees.”

Grater Hater

Scoil 'de Kilmore West, Dublin 5, 5th Class, 12th February 2009
Bob the talking cheese is in the gerbil’s cage.  He had jumped in there when the lady with the grater had opened the fridge to get

Alfalfa goes nuts

St Brendan's National School 4th Class Loughshinny, Co. Dublin, 11th February 2009
There once was a squirrel called Alfalfa. This particular squirrel spoke jibberish. He just did not make sense. His biggest dream in life was to be a stunt man. However, he had a problem-he was terrified of grannies on motorbikes.

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