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My little fingers

Saturday morning, Sabir is all set to play soccer with his father.  As he relishes last piece of his breakfast pancakes with maple syrup, he hears a thunder. 1,979 more words


The Secret of the Arrow

Chapter 1 – The Adventure Begins

Thivim was a small town. The town was beautiful and quiet. There were small mountains covered with thick jungles, where a small river flowed peacefully. 1,144 more words

Adventure Stories

In Camel Wood

Several days ago we published an excerpt from a short novel by Lois Elsden, written for reluctant readers. Working in a Pupil Referral Unit for young people not in statutory education,as defined at the time. 806 more words

Stories For Children

Dragon Smoke and Wind

We are very fortunate and highly delighted to be able to share a story from a very gifted fellow blogger, Karen Lynn from http://ReprobateTypewiter.com

Appropriate to us being the Moving dragon, here is a story about dragons: 717 more words

Stories For Children

The First Book I Ever Owned and Loved

Og Uhog is a short story for children written by Christine S. Bellen. The story tells about a little boy with a snotty nose whose name is Og. 506 more words

Christine S. Bellen

Isaac and the Jelly Monster

One of the most difficult genres to write in is children’s stories and fiction. Many parents and grandparents tell and write stories for their own young people, often involving the children themselves. 322 more words

Stories For Children

The Greaty Beast

Engaging those able to but reluctant to read is a great challenge for teachers and for parents. While working in a Pupil Referral Unit for students aged 15-16 who were not in school, Lois Elsden produced her own materials for them. 505 more words

Lois Elsden