Writing Pages - This is the place where you get to
read other kids stories and poems and even get a chance
to publish your own
- Kidsread.com - Booker T. Worm is the cyber authority for great books,
fun facts, and good times.
the Koala and Water - Australian Aboriginal Animals
Myths & Legends.
- Lil' Fingers Storybooks - Animated Storybooks for toddlers. Animated stories
contain large text and big buttons for little fingers!
- Little Critter
Stories, Jokes, Puzzles and Games for Kids. "Hi! I'm
Little Critter. I live in Critterville. Come in, read
my favorite jokes, learn all about me.
Shadow Shapes A fantasy journey for children of all
ages. Poetry, songs, games, dragons and dinosaurs, fairies,
- MrStoryTime.com - Join Mr Storytime
as he tells fun and educational stories, animated and
narrated in Macromedia Flash.
Folktales and Fairy Tales - From Scholastic.com.
Wonderland - Children Stories By Norma Jean Stevens.
(Scroll bars on the right side are the same color as the
American Bedtime Stories - Being Indian is mainly
in your heart. It's a way of walking with the earth instead
of upon it.
Round the Sun - Once Round the Sun by Elsa-Brita Titchenell.
Online version of the children's book, illustrated by
Justin C. Gruelle.
Home- (PageWorks is for Kids of All Ages.) This area
is for your really little ones to enjoy while sitting
on your lap.)
Bunyon - Imagine, if you can, the excitement that
was caused by the birth of Paul Bunyan!
- Penfield Gallery
of Native American Arts - Zuni Fetishes, Pueblo Pottery
and Storytellers, Navajo Rugs, Sandpainting and Folk Art,
Native American Jewelry and Baskets, Hispanic Santos,
and Mini-Kachinas at the Penfield Gallery of Indian Arts.
- Red Boots for Christmas - In the small town of Friedensdorf most of the homes
and shops are brightly decorated.
- Schools - BBC Learning resource for home & school.
- Short Stories for Kids - Read short stories to your kids on any PC, laptop, tablet, iPad or smart phone.
Stories for Little People - Famous celebrities from
the worlds of entertainment, science and urban design
choose their favourite stories for your pleasure...
for Children - The stories have music and many nice
graphics for illustration.
From The Web - If you like books and stories then
come on in. You can read stories, e-mail authors, write
reviews and even write your own stories.
Online Network - A storytelling community.
- Storytellers - Native American Authors Online.
- StuartStories.com - Welcome to StuartStories.com, where you'll find a good
number of (I hope) entertaining short stories, writing
activities, and reading lists for children and students,
ages 3 through 15.
from the Little Woods - As Told By The Wee One.
- Tate's Advent
Calendar - Story and illustrations by Penelope Schenk
French Translation by Jean-Francois MARCHET Italian Translation
by Elisabetta Pace Dutch Translation by Lize 't Hart-van
- The Adventurous Bunny and Easter Island
- A shipwrecked bunny is taken to Easter Island, and with
the help of island creatures...
- The Funhouse Books
- This is the place where you get to read other kids stories
and poems and even get a chance to publish your own.
Illustrated Encyclopedia of Greek Mythology - Achaia
- The Moonlit
Road - Ghost stories and strange folktales of the
American South, told by the region's most celebrated storytellers.
Symphony of Friendship An illustrated story about
how two enemies become friends through music. In English
Japanese,e German, Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, French
Korean, Russian or Italian.
- The Timbuktoad
Storyworld - Explore The Lost Diaries, Time of Legends
and more for original reading adventure. Read The Road
Yellow Fairy book - Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912 .
Witchet's Beantime Stories - On warm, sunny afternoons,
you're likely to find many of the island's children knocking
on the door of Tippity Witchet's windmill house.
- Wacky Web Tales
- Learn to write a tale and submit a tale.
- Wizard of Oz Encyclopedia - A treasure
trove of information on the Wizard of Oz . Includes a
full who, what, and where encyclopedia on the original
14 books in the series by L. Frank Baum.
- A place where stories are told and, maybe more importantly,
a place where children read. That is, quiet simply, our
number one goal ... to get children reading.