• Spring Break Fun

    We know that “March Break” looks a little different this year but there are still lots of ways to have some Spring Break fun! Read our latest blog for some ideas of activities to keep kids busy, rain or shine!

  • Fright Night at Twilight

    My parents always call me Sassy Tassy when they are in a good mood, but past week they haven’t been. We used to live in a little 2-story apartment building, and Mr. Garrett is the landlord. My father lost his job as a waiter, when the restaurant ownership changed. We didn’t have enough money to pay our rent. So that’s how I am here now, at the old creepy, abandoned house on Weston Street.

  • The Haunted Castle

    In the late 1950s there was a boy named Sami. One day Sami was taking a walk in his neighborhood and he saw a castle that had not been there before. “This is odd,” thought Sami, “This castle hasn’t been here before.”

  • The Haunted Mess

    It was night time in a small town called Scareville they called it that because their Halloweens were always the scariest 8 of the people in the town were in a secret club.

  • The Scratch

    I heard a scratch at the door. I don’t usually get scared when my parents go out, but my stomach was in a hard knot knot making me feel anxious.

  • Billy Goats Gruff Remake

    Once upon a time there were three billy goats eating away at the grass on their side of the bridge, but one day all the grass was gone. So the billy goat gruff decided to send over the smallest goat first.

  • Peter Pan Adaptation

    Wendy was soaring through the sky as she approached the island. Peter turned his head as they neared the shore. “That’s Neverland!” Wendy smiled as did her brothers.

  • Creativity Club – Switcheroo!

    Dear diary,
    Today was an okay day.

    I woke up to my water bottle dribbling on my chin! I tried to make things better by spreading around my bedding to dry myself off but some got in my nose. Ahh choo!…

  • Twists and Turns Contest Winner

    Tiria was an ordinary-ish fairy. No fairy could be completely ordinary, but she was close. Too close. There was a story about a fairy who became completely ordinary and disappeared forever…

  • Body Swap – Book Review

    In Yara’s second book review for Telling Tales, she shares her insights and thoughts on Sylvia McNicoll’s latest release Body Swap.

  • Meet the Author: Sylv Chiang

    You may know Sylv Chiang as the author of the popular Cross Ups series. We had a chance to ask her a few questions, and wait until you read what she shared!

  • What’s Your Inspiration

    What inspires you? If you are interested in sharing your creative work, we would love to see it. Join our Creativity Club and find out more!

  • Bugs, bugs, bugs…

    Read on to learn about some books that you won’t have to “bug” your kids to read (we love a good pun).

  • April is Poetry Month

    April is Poetry Month, and we’re here to celebrate. Not only is poetry is great to read, but it also provides children an opportunity to develop crucial reading and comprehension skills.

  • Volunteer Week 2020

    Volunteers are the heart of so many organizations, businesses and local groups and this week we are celebrating all they do for us!