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A rainbow called Ernest

Large grim clouds rolled past, Ernest but he didn’t listen to their grumbling. He was tired of the sameness of his days. He wanted an adventure. 734 more words

Children's Fiction

Secrecy (Part 1)

Hey, everyone! Recently I was writing for the school newspaper with a plot line that would eventually turn out to be really long and foreboding. Therefore, I turned it into a possible new idea for a story! 929 more words


Warriors Update: I Need A Post-Yellowfang Support Group

Okay, I can’t do it. I just can’t. I cannot finish reading the Warriors super-edition Yellowfang’s Secret.

Yellowfang is one of my favorite cats from the first series, and although I already knew she dies (because when my son read that part, I found him literally crying his eyes out), I told myself that I knew the worst, and I could get through her super-edition. 802 more words

Fantasy Fiction

The Popcorn Colonel

William doesn’t know it yet, but he is about to become part of something that is unbelievable.  Sure, he loves going to the movies and having popcorn like most of the people living in Shuckville.  63 more words

Children's Fiction

Mini Reviews: Mystery & Mayhem, Jellicoe Road & London Belongs to Us

It’s been an odd few weeks and I’ve been neglecting Pretty Books a little since I moved house. But I’m currently sitting in a local cafe with bookish housemate… 575 more words

Book Reviews

Spike, The Not So Nice Dinosaur

Spike, The Not So Nice Dinosaur (Teaching Values, Bedtime Stories, Kindergarten, Preschool, Children’s Picture books, Nursery Books Book 1)
by Denise McCabe

Spike the dinosaur has not always been so nice. 154 more words


A Special Book: Tuck Everlasting 

I first read Natalie Babbitt’s Tuck Everlasting in my sixth grade English class. I was just starting to write stories of my own at the time, and I had a wonderful teacher who encouraged my writing efforts and inspired me to go into teaching myself, someday. 348 more words