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 Planet Bus

Mother of Divine Grace NS, Dublin 11, 6th Class, 12 March 2012
One day Bongo the penguin was at home in the pet orphanage watching a programme about space on television.

His best friend, Hunky the monkey was with him.

A Puffin’s Life

San Carlo Senior School Confey, Leixlip, 4th Class, 7th March 2012
Bill the shuffling puffin was shuffling across the Antarctic when Mr Buns had a crash landing and they became friends.

Mr Buns said, “I’m Mr Buns, from a secret agent recruitment agency.”

Popcorn Attack!

St Fiachras J.N.S, Beaumont, 2nd Class, Tuesday 6th March, 2012 
Once there was a blue, one-eyed blob called Bob.

He was scared of popcorn because he lived in a magical land where popcorn could eat you.

The Cranky President

Scoil Bhride J.N.S, Donaghmede, 2nd Class, 5th March 2012
One day Ms Cranky woke up, as cranky as ever! She looked out the window and noticed loads of kids playing. 

The kids were throwing things at her window and using sling shots.  They didn’t like her because she always took their footballs away and burst them when they played outside her house.

The Baby Who Grew

St Enda’s National School, Whitefriar Street, March 1st, 2012, 3rd Class Once upon a time, there was a small, normal baby called Jojo.

One day Jojo’s mother, Mrs Angry McGuigan, the well-known witch, sat Jojo down and said, ”You see this cupcake here, don’t ever eat it, ever.”Before the words were out of her mouth, Jojo leapt on the cupcake and stuffed it into his mouth.

The Disaster Sea

Gaelscoil Bhaile MunnaBallymun, 2nd Class, Wednesday 29th February 2011
Seamus the Scary Shark and Sammy the Happy Dolphin were playing with some fish in Corepanthius under the sea.

Seamus turned to Sammy and said, “You’re my best friend no matter what.

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