The Children's Literature Web Guide

Children's Writings

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 Internet.

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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