Short Story for boys and girls written by: Chris Morales.

There was a girl called Anna, who was studying in Esmarth Vil, a primary school in the United States.

She was the most hardworking girl at her school, her marks were higher than the others. She was the best, but nobody wanted to be her friend. They didn´t want to play with her and teased her.

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One day, the teacher set an exam and a boy called Robert signed his exam using Ana´s name. So, when the teacher returned all the exams, everybody was shocked. Anna found out she had failed the exam, and the other kids were happy of this.


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Short Story for boys and girls written by: Victoria Tovar Chavez.

Once upon a time…

…there was a girl called Vicky, who had studying first grade in elementary school, but she was not happy at her school.

As her parents wanted to please her they sent her to start her second grade in a different elementary school.

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She was very happy and wanted to make new friends and hung around her new school asking everybody: “Do you want to be my friend?”


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Short Story for boys and girls written by: Naomy Liseth Cerritos Palma.

Once upon a time…

There was a girl that worked really hard because her two stepsisters and her stepmother ordered her to do many chores.

The royal ball was coming soon and this time the prince was going to choose a princess from his kingdom, to marry.

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The day of the ball Naomy really wanted to go but she couldn’t because her stepmother asked her to clean everything, wash the clothes, feed the animals and other tasks.


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Short Stories for kids written by: Franca Gordillo.

This story begins in a little town in southern Italy, where the only way of life is to cultivate the small parcels of land that have been inherited from generation to generation.

This is the story of a peasant family, in which Anthony and Natalie, are the parents of Joan, Peter, Mary, Rose and Mimi.


It wasn´t easy to live there, because the Second World War had finished not long ago and so they all had to work hard, without exception, to cultivate land made up more of stones than productive soil, so they had to work even harder.


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Short Story for boys and girls written by: Luis Muñoz (Spain).

There was a country house in a beautiful valley. It was very big, beautiful, built with good taste, and full of details.

The owner was a well off landowner called John. He was a person who had a good heart, loved animals, and he liked going hunting.

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He used to capture different living birds and put them into cages. He liked seeing the animals close-up, to take care of them and to protect them. Before capturing them, these wild animals lived in the valley.


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Short Story for boys and girls written by: Valentina Trimboli.

One day, Martin bought a fish, a beautiful gold colored fish. His name was Billy.

Then he bought a fish bowl, to be the fish’s temporary home, as the fish was going to be released into the sea sometime in the future.

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Unconsciously, Martin raised his fish so that it developd several fears. It suffered fear for life beyond its bowl, fear to swim free, fear to explore everything in the outside world.


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Short Story for boys and girls written by: Maria Antonia Llaneras.

Sarah and her grandmother Mimi were living in a big magic field in the heart of the cold valley surrounded by one hundred leafy trees, giant beeches, huge oaks, lofty pines and a bed of soft ferns that was home to many small, wild animals.

Her grandmother and grandchildren lived with their dog, Rufus, (who had long, cinnamon colored hair), in a deep cave in a hillside in the mountains. Natural caves were the best to combat the hard Russian winters.


There was a big opening at the entrance to the cave which was used as the kitchen and the living room had a chimney which included an oven.


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Short Story for kids written by: Stas Holodnak.

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One cold winter day, Pushok went missing. Concerned, Miriam looked all over for him. “Pushok, Pushok”, she called. At last she heard a faint meowing coming from the tree next to her. She looked up and at the same time Pushok jumped into the safety of her hands. He had wounds all over his body. It turns out that as he was hunting he was ambushed by a dog that bit him. Pushok barely managed to save himself in the tree.

But staying home was not an option. Pushok had to hunt to bring in food. This time Miriam would always be by his side. She carried a heavy stick at all times and would not hesitate to use it.


Gradually life in the city was improving. The Russian Army had established a supply route to Leningrad that led through the frozen Ladoga Lake. The Germans bombed it relentlessly but they could not break the Road of Life which was the name Leningraders gave it.


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Short Story for Kids written by: Stas Holodnak.

That afternoon, grandmother could not manage to pack her suitcase because Leo the house cat was getting in her way. Each time she tried to open it, Leo squeezed his head in and mixed up her stuff with his furry paws.

“Modern cats don’t know anything about manners” observed grandmother.

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“Cats don’t have manners grandma”, Effie laughed.

“I once met a cat who did”, said grandmother. His name was Pushok.

“Tell me about Pushok, please!” Effie begged. Who wouldn’t be curious to hear about a cat who had manners?


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Short Stories for Kids written by: Rosa Godoy Mendez.

– “Peter! Pick up your toys!” – said his mum for the fifth time.

But Peter was so excited with his new video game, that he didn´t obey his mother.


– “Please, Peter, I´m not repeating it again, it´s time to have a shower and then eat dinner”.


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