A Short Story about a father and daughter in Poland
Sweet and adorable,five kids in a pizzeria set off to kill their new night guard.
I want to go home! is a simple little story that gives a voice to migrant children. It's a different take on the notion that Home is where the Heart is.
Ten year old Lerato is drawn to the shy, new girl at school; finding her mysterious and fasci...
The LEGENDARY DRAGON is being made. But something is in the way. . . . . . . . . .
This is a heartwarming story about how a teddy bear made Hayden's life better
An engaging little picture book story for children of all ages about that exciting and wonderful wait for the newest member of the family to arrive
Death.Blood.Pain.these are things Ayo n teo Love they love the thrill of the kill then they wonder what if God was like them
Olivia's latest piece of artwork conveys a message to the world. Is it a promise or a threat?
There were Giants on the earth in those days... and modern science has brought them back. For Dr. Richard Jager it's a lifelong dream come true. For Rowan O'Malley, it's his entire existence. Some people were put on this earth to serve as a lesson...
Have you ever felt like if bad things can happen, they will happen to you? Well you are not alone. Join this troupe of Murphy's Children as they travel through life, overcoming life as only a child of Murphy can. Giggle, guffaw, and even cry a lit...
The story concerns a family who move to a house near the railway after the father is imprisoned as a result of being falsely accused of selling state secrets to the Russians. The three children, Roberta, Peter and Phyllis, find amusement in watchi...
Artemis "Artie" Hayes has a lot on her plate. There's school, daylighting as a barista and moonlighting as an intangible and invisible thief(that last part is no joke). It's enough to juggle as it is but she never thought that she'd be adding a ci...
Tales from the Klondike.
Astrid Carlton knows that working at a daycare is no easy task, but when all of the children begin drawing the same picture over and over again, it becomes downright mysterious.
-Flash Fiction Day- Artists, critics, modern-day philosophers, and especially the mainstream media all seemed to come to the agreement that the clocks were, in fact, doomsday clocks, set to two minutes to midnight.
A young teacher is having a seemingly normal day until there is a shock, leading all of her children to draw the same thing.
A man is worried by a crude Mark drawn by children around him that appears with increasing frequency in his life.