- Buzz Rod and the Light
- A "choose your own adventure" story by the students in the sixth grade at Hillside Elementary School. Get a different ending every time!
- Publishes children's writings on an e-mail list. Their web page provides samples, and information about subscribing.
- An online magazine featuring writing and art by kids. It is sponsored by Mountain Lake Software.
- The Diary Project
- An invitation to young people globally to
send in diary entries that they can share with each other on
- The International Children's Art Museum
- A Web site with drawings and stories by children from around the world.
- ISN KidNews
- International Student Newswire is a news service for students and teachers around the world. Anyone may use stories from the service, and anyone may submit stories.
- An encyclopedia written by children from schools around the world. Read the articles that are available so far, and find out how you can participate.
- KidPub is a place for children to publish stories on the World Wide Web and to read stories published by other children. This is a free service sponsored by En-Garde Technical Communication.
- A site that will publish children's drawings, poetry, and sound files.
- The Looking Glass Gazette
- A paper (and now electronic) publication that publishes the work of students from preschool to grade 8.
- MidLink Magazine
- An electronic magazine created for and by children ages 10-15.
- NewsWave Canada
- An online newsmagazine written by kids for kids, with participation from schools around the world.
- The Northport- East Northport Union Free School District
- Student work at the elementary, middle school, and high school level.
- Positively Poetry
- Publishes poetry by young people ages 5 to 15.
- Put My Story on the World Wide Web
- Writing contests from the Youth Division of the Internet Public Library.
- Stage Hand Puppets, Activity Page
- Puppetry activities mostly for kids, plus an opportunity for kids to submit their own puppet scripts and puppet designs.
- Stone Soup
- The print magazine has a good website that features a sample issue, and links to Juvenile writings by authors such as Jane Austen and the Brontës.
- Texas Folktales from Spring Branch ISD, Houston, Texas
- Parodies of children's stories, written by children and given a Texas flavor.
- The World Wide Web Storybook Library
- Picture books written by the students of University Park Elementary School in Fairbanks, Alaska. A graphics browser is necessary to view the stories.
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Monday, February 17, 1997
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