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Short Kid Stories

February 18, 2015 -- Submitted by Brian Martin, a parent from Ireland, who is affiliated with the site.

Short Kid Stories is a site I have created for parents looking for quality short stories to read to their children or for kids to read themselves.

It contains many, many classic and modern original stories for kids, all free of charge. The stories can be read on computer, tablet or smartphone and all of them can be printed or sent to a Kindle device.

The stories can be sorted and filtered by age, reading time, story type and author. This makes it very simple to find an appropriate story in a hurry, from anywhere with an internet connection.

The classic stories and tales have been edited by myself and the original stories have been contributed by talented authors from all over the world. New stories are added to the site on a regular basis.

Liffey Rivers Irish Dancer Mysteries

July 19, 2010 -- From Brenna, a reader, from Sligo, Ireland, who is affiliated with the site.

TOE-TAPPING TALES: “Author Brenna Briggs has created the perfect series of adventures for Irish dancers… Each is a delightful read for dancers, lovers of Ireland and lovers of a good mystery.” London: The Irish World

Meet Me at Midnight

May 11, 2006 -- From Cassandra, a reader, from Washington, DC, who is affiliated with the site.

Meet Me at Midnight, an interactive art mystery Web site for kids. It’s perfect for eight- to ten-year-olds and is meant to be a fun intro to visiting the museum and seeing some cool artwork. Of course, we hope to teach a little something along the way. It all starts with a class field trip to SAAM. One of the students sees a piece of artwork called the “Root Monster.” The sculpture starts to wink at the student. The student is startled and he catches up with the group. Then one of the security guards stops him and says that he dropped a paper out of his backpack. When the student reads it, it says “Meet Me at Midnight.” Later that night, after he goes to bed, he remembers the note and the Root Monster winking. See if you can save the artwork before the Root Monster takes it! Do you think you are an art master? Try it and see what happens.