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

Bob, Alice And The Flying Chair

Story-writing Field trip, Ranelagh Multidenominational School, 6th class.
There was a pig on a farm. If they were looking at it that’s what people would think but it was really Alice. She was actually a person.

Beside the farm was a huge mansion where Bob lived. That morning he was busy counting his money and dreaming of the girl on the farm next door.

What Mr. Crankeyhead Eats

St. Fiachra's Beaumont, 2nd Class, 8 February 2010
Mr. and Mrs. Crankeyhead the Singing Monkeys were eating breakfast in their treehouse. Mr. Crankeyhead the Singing Monkey swung out of the treehouse into a lake with singing crocodiles.

Mrs. Crankeyhead the Singing Monkey was ironing at the house and didn’t care about Mr. Crankeyhead the Singing Monkey.

Big World Shmall Shnail

St. Fiachra's Beaumont 6th Class
Shnoot the female shnail is in a hole eating Cheerios with her best friend, Jim the antelope- he’s a boy. Suddenly they hear a big bang! It’s Apollo the Afro Man coming to take Jim away.

The two of them rush outside to investigate the noise.

Kung Fu Krisis

Bennekerry NS, 6th Class, 03/02/2010
Once upon a time in Kung-fu Land, there was an apple called Jack. He did Kung-fu.

One day something terrible happened. His mother-in-law was coming to visit.

Grease and Fur Don't Mix

Scoil Chaoimhin, 4th 5th 6th Class, 02/02/2010
 Once upon a time there was a little rabbit, called Coco, who grew up into a big rabbit.

He had a best friend called Jimmy the Rasher and they lived together in a cardboard box as big as a mansion.

Coco and Jimmy walked to a night club for a night out. Coco fell down a well on the way.

Scratchy, Mario And The Hairy Wife

St. Joseph's CBS, 5th Class, 01022010
Once upon a time in Ballybough, the health inspector walked into Scratchy’s chipper.Scratchy’s wife shouted at Scratchy “you’re too lazy to get rid of the rats!!!”

A boy walked in and bought chips for €2.99 and coke for €1. He walked out of the chipper, tasted the chips and threw them on the ground. “I should have gone to Nico’s.”

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