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25 Most Recent Children Short Stories

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Porkchop Termite, Kermit, And Me. (Minnie) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Four friends share their story...
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Possible Dreams by Carol Ranney
From a remote Indonesian village to the USA--a dream comes to life...
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Preeti. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A girl in India shares her story...
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Prince Frederick and the Selfish Spell (C)2003 by Michael True
This is a tale about a young boy who had everything. And how his selfish actions took it all away. Luckily, it does have a happy ending. Contact the author regarding requests for printable CD copies of this work...
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View Photo of Princess Kelly and Alex's Tales Read excerpt from Princess Kelly and Alex's Tales Princess Kelly and Alex's Tales by Leonie Campbell
Princess Kelly is a beautiful, vain, Chinchilla cat,and she is about to have an adventure with her friend Sophie... Alex is patrolling his territory and is happily walking in the sunshine surveying his world.But, Sophie decides to play a trick on him and leads him into danger.....
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Princess Selena by Susan Barton
Action speaks louder than words - don't talk, run. ..
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Private Education by Frances Lynn
My Teachers Never Taught Me Anything..
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Professor Peanuts and his Pals by Louann Carroll
Do you have kids? Do they take care of their pets? If not, met Professor Peanuts and all his pals. Together they will help Rufus and Rascal get the treatment they deserve. ..
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Publisher Profile on Don Arends by Al Galasso
New kind of children's fish story from a grandfather to his grandkids...
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Publisher Profile on Harold Theurer Jr. by Al Galasso
Hey Dad, Let's Have a Catch..
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Publisher Profile on Olive Evans, Pat Woolley,Jim Furmston by Al Galasso
Thrift store bears come alive for children in story and song...
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Pudi Cat's Grand Caper by Peter Jessop
A cat will go to any lengths to keep its bed...
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Puffy Fluffy by Jack Kuperman
Make acquaintance with Puffy Fluffy..
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Puffy Fluffy and Karl-Smudge by Jack Kuperman
Do you know him too?..
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Puffy Fluffy and Leon the Lion. by Jack Kuperman
Puffy had a friend - Leon...
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Puffy Fluffy and Sweet Jimmy. by Jack Kuperman
Puffy liked sweets...
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Purrfect Napping Place by Anita Shaw
Cats look for the purrrfect place to take a nap. This story is based on my experiences with my own cats, who like to sleep just about everywhere. It's not a finished story, although I have read it on a few occasions to my sons' fourth and fifth grade classes when I was invited t..
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Queen of the Castle by Anne-Margaret McElroy
Queen of the Castle Spiral stairs, towers and drawbridges make up the bulk of the massive wood structure that sits grandly in the hot, sunny, open field. “Caroline?” A small boy yelled from a low swinging drawbridge at the entrance of the castle. A young girl around t..
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Questions Kids Ask..Why, Mommy, Why? (A Story in Poetry Format) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Why, mommy, why? Why do birds fly so high, high in that bright-blue sky? why is the grass green? why is that boy so mean? why does he make that other boy sad? if i were him, i'd probably be mad!! why do people hate each other? why can't i be more like my brother? b..
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Quiet Bravery: Battling Learning Disability (By Summer Song, aged 12) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young pre-teen girl writes of her struggles with learning disabilities...
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Rabbit Punch by Richard Kallao
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Rabbit Punch ll : Never Learn by Richard Kallao
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Rabbits' Ears by Sandra Mushi
I love watching kids. I always wonder how they think. I get such a kick from watching kids. My cousin sister always thinks I make stories about her kids when I am at her house. ..
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Raindrops and Rainbows by Matthew Ulmen
Shelly sat in the camper watching the rain. why did it have to rain now. This as her only vacation before school and she really wanted to ride horse today. Instead she is stuck inside watching her dad and brother play cribbage or guess what her mom is reading. Her mom gets up and ..
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Raspberry's Story. (Part Three) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Raspberry Quigley, aged 14 1/2, updates us on what's been going on in her life. Image (C) 2009, Karla Dorman...
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Rathscum, the Lion, and the Pink Flag by Little Miss Aki
Rathscum, the Lion, and the Pink Flag By: “Little Miss Aki” Dread Pirates Summer Beach Bash Short Story Contest 3rd Place Winner..
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Raz, the Bear Who Had No Nose by Carol DeVaney
Raz discovers a valuable lesson while searching for his nose. The best of friends are ones who accept him the way he is...
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Read BLACK BEAUTY for Free! by Strawberry Shakespeare
Anna Sewell's beloved children's horse classic is waiting for you on Strawberry Shakespeare's AuthorsDen site!..
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Rebakkah, Thanks For Your Letter. I Am Glad I Could Be There For You. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ronee' writes a second letter to her grieving friend, Rebekkah Cohen, before going to bed for the night...
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reggie's journey by jacquie hamel
a store mannequin wants to escape his life see whats its like to act as a human in order to feel more special..
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Replaced! by S Harricharan
When young pianist Carrie, breaks her arm, she can't play in the spring recital. She thinks she's okay with it, until she meets her replacement! ..
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Reposts: Ronee' 's Story: The Don't Give Up Kid and A Question of Courage: Ronee' 's Story Continued by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Two of my very favorite stories I have done here at the den; I am also going to repost several others soon. Stay tuned for those. ~~Karen Lynn. :)..
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Read excerpt from Rescue in Good Springs Rescue in Good Springs by William Manchee
This story was used in my novel, Second Chair. It's based on a true story from my mother's childhood...
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Return Ticket to Dreamland Please! by Pauline Drummie
A two minute story to encourage small children to be good for bed...
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Reunited! by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A boy looks forward to the family reunion, which is held every Fourth of July...
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Reviews of The Sha Bebe Trilogy by: Sabne Raznik by Mary Lynn Plaisance
I wanted an honest review of my three books, and that's what I got. ..
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Rhiannon by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
My little 5-year-old sister, Rhiannon, is a special little girl. She is physically disabled, but not in the way to where she can't walk or talk or learn. She is very smart for her age, and she has no trouble with walking, learning, OR talking. Her problem involves her lungs, and also her ..
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Rich. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A boy shares his story. Image of storm clouds and cross (c) 2010, by Karla Dorman...
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Read excerpt from River Of Peril River Of Peril by William Manchee
This is a true story that my children loved to hear when they were young...
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Robbie In Between by Susan Bain
Young Robbie needs a little help to manage the transition between his separated parents' homes...
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Robby's New Website Banner by D.C. Rush
New website banner for Robby's Quest Website..
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Robertito, My Little Brother With Down's Syndrome by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
I have a little brother named Robertito (his real name is actually Roberto, but we've always called him "Robertito"), who is nine years old; and he has a lot of medical problems. First and formost, he was born with Down's syndrome. Down's syndrome is a genetic disorder resulting in an extr..
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Roberto's Different World: A Child With Down's Syndrome by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A little boy with Down's syndrome struggles to be accepted by society; this story is written by his mother, Louisiana...
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Robin. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A boy writes about himself and his life...
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Robyn Reaux's Story: A Sister Writes by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ronee' 's twin sister, Robyn, shares her life story. She was adopted by a different family, and was reunited with Ronee' just a year-and-a-half ago...
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Rocket's Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A boy with an unusual name "blasts" in to tell his story. Image (C) 2006, Karla Dorman...
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Rocket's Story. (Part Two) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
"Christmas is not about shopping so much: it's more about celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ." Rocket Eschere continues his story. He is excited at the thought of Christmas coming in just a few weeks. Image (C) 2009, Karla Dorman...
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Rolly Pollie visits Santa Claus. by Bianca Boonstra
We decided to skip the summer vacation this year and planned a winter vacation in for a change. A memorable one I must say, while this was what has happened… Our dream was to spend a night in the Swedish Ice hotel, which can be found in Jukkasjärvi. So, while it is cold there, we arranged t..
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Roly-Poly Slobber by Sandy Knauer
I looked up from my book a short time later and noticed the cracker crumbs also making their get-away, in a slow convoy across the lawn ..
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Ronee' 's Back!! (Or Ronee' is Released from the Hospital!) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
October 18, 2002: I am out of the hospital! I just got home yesterday, and although I am ~STILL~ feeling quite sore, I ~AM~ feeling ~MUCH~ better!! I was in because I had another flare. (I was in for over a week with this latest episode.) I have been having more of those lately; it..
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