You've Got to Read This!
Ready for a change? Find a new book or series here...
When the Weather Outside is Frightful
Let it Snow!
Tell Me A Story
Welcome to the Alameda County Library's Reading Rocks Guide for Kids of All Ages...
Reading tips, web links, book clubs and more!
What's Your Story?
Websites for Young Writers:
Collaborative storytelling. Storybirds are short, art-inspired stories you make to share, read and print.
This site is about a girl named Amanda Valentino. She started at our school, Endeavor High, on Halloween. She vanished in March, but has been sending us cryptic clues ever since. Her friends have set up this website to try to find other people that knew her so they can discover more about who she was and why she disappeared. Every Friday new stories are posted for you to investigate & discuss.
Post your stories for everyone to read.
A place to share everyday stories in one paragraph or less. Read what makes life average for others too!
Write your own novel!
Stone Soup accepts writing by kids ages 8-13.
Tumblr lets you share anything. Post text, photos, quotes, links, music, and videos, from your browser, phone, desktop, email, or wherever you happen to be.
Wacky Web Tales: Choose nouns and verbs to create a funny story.