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, Conamara, Galway, Kerry, Mayo, NorthWest, Wicklow, and Wexford

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.

The Naked Giant

Our Lady Immaculate Darndale 2nd Class, 5th February 2009
A beast named Mr. Weenie really wants to live in a castle. Right now he is working in the jungle. He works with grannies. That is how he meets his best friend.

Sparkles and Cuddles

Scoil 'sde, Kilmore West, 1st Class, 4th February 2009
One day Cuddles the bunny rabbit went for a walk in the park. Her friend Sparkles the butterfly was with her. Sparkles was flying beside her. They were playing hide and seek.

Crazy Monkey

Plas Mhuire BNS 1st & 2nd Class , 3rd February 2009
One day a monkey named Spider-Monkey is hanging from a tree. He loves bananas but he can’t find any! So now he has to go find some bananas. He is very afraid of tigers. He is most scared of a tiger named Leo.

A Buddha Love Story

St Columba's Glasnevin 6th Class Monday, 2nd February 2009
Mr. Masterson, the Buddha, is in Cabra in India.He’s walking around, eating Mars Planets and keeps bumping into people.
“Watch out!” says a person twice his weight.

Sly Ready for Action!

St Columba's National School, Glasnevin, 4th Class, 28th January 2009
There once was a super agent cat called Sly. He was set on keeping the world safe. He was in his owners house, her name was Jemma. He was drinking from his milk bowl when he decided to go and watch some television.

I'm An Alien Like Her

St Columba's Glasnevin 5th class, 27th January 2009
Nadine and her friend Kelsey were bringing their dogs for a walk in Millmount Park in Glasnevin. Nadine was able to walk three dogs at the same time because she had three arms.
Kelsey could only walk one, even though she had three legs. She had a tennis ball that she threw to her dog.

Grumpy Granny

St Columba's Glasnevin, 3rd Class, 21st January 2009
Once there was a little old Granny called Grumpy Two Shoes. She was the grumpiest granny in the whole wide world. Her biggest ambition in life was to get rid of all the children. The thing she feared most over anything else, was looking at herself in the mirror!

Double Trouble

St Columba's Glasnevin 6th Class, 19th January 2009
The story starts in Mrs McConkey’s office. There is a desk and a big coffee machine in her office.
She has a bald cat called Cornelius. She’s angry because her twin sons shaved her cat.

A Donkey's Greatest Fear

Griffeen Valley Educate Together National School, 5th Class, 1st January 2009
Once upon a time there was a cranky donkey (who liked chocolate) whose greatest ambition was to climb Mount Everest. His name was Congo.
There was one a big, big problem, he was afraid of heights.

Coco's Dream

By 3rd/4th Class, St Columbas National School, Glasnevin
Coco the dog is sleeping soundly in his box dreaming of life as a super hero. His little home is situated in a dark lane in Manhattan.
Cappuccino the cat is walking along the path when she stumbles upon Coco’s box.