Ages 8-12

#102 – The Tale of a Crash Landing

Once upon a time, somewhere near the brightest star you could see in the sky, Alien Jim was flying his brand-new spaceship that his parents had bought him as a gift for having recently graduated from Dark Matter College. They had bought him the latest SpaceMaster 4000 and, as he Zig-Zagged his way between 14 […]

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Ages 8-12

#101 – The Tale of 4,126 Favourite Things

Once upon a time, at a dinner table designed for a family of six, the four members of the Bowen family, Pat, David, Ben and Xander, were sitting down to enjoy the chicken roast David had prepared earlier. The Bowen family had established a ritual many months ago where they would eat their dinner and […]

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Ages 8-12, Illustratred

#100 – The Tale of a Broken Heart

Once upon a time, a caring and empathetic heart had been given the job of working inside an extremely lucky body. The heart performed her role with considerable care and dedication, eventually finding a great friend inside the body. Known only as the mind, the two of them created a strong bond from the day […]

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Ages 4-8, Ages 8-12

#99 – The Tale of The Moon and The Sun

Once upon a time, the sun had finished his tiring job for the day and was heading below the horizon to make his way home and enjoy a great night’s sleep. Today was a particularly exhausting day for the sun, as there weren’t many clouds in the sky, so he had to work extremely hard […]

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Ages 8-12

#97 – The Tale of Two Chess Players – Part 2 of 2

In case you missed it, you can read part one by clicking here! It was a video game. Twelve video games, actually. Eleven of which the boys didn’t care about and one of which was chess. Daniel’s father had been kind enough to lend it to Charlie so that he could prepare for what Daniel […]

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Ages 8-12

#96 – The Tale of Two Chess Players – Part 1 of 2

Once upon a time, when thinking ahead was considered a thoughtful idea, three friends, Charlie, Daniel and Michael were playing a card game in the Greenvale School’s library. They were discussing the chess tournament that had just been announced via several well-positioned posters in their school. Although only Charlie had a genuine chance of winning […]

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