Happy Year of the Goat ! One of our writing competition winners is a story about a clever goat and some stolen gold
The Telegraph says loads of nice things about Storynory.
Some characters are immortal. Peter Rabbit is one of them.
We are starting a story writing competition for supporters, including those who have signed up with us via Joyride. It’s early days, and we plan to make this more sophisticated, but in the meantime we are asking you to write or copy and paste your story into the comments on this page. First theme – […]
We are just saying goodbye to the year of the horse, and on February the 4th we will start the year of the goat. In some parts of Asia this year is also known as the year of the sheep or ram.
Wow! Storynory looks completely different. The new design, as ever, has taken a huge amount of effort. We hope you will enjoy the benefits. features Responsive – which means that the layout adapts for mobile and tablet Easy to read – generous font size, maximum line length for stories is about 14 words Cute icons […]
Audio books are just as beneficial for students as printed ones – and have many advantages that are often overlooked.
A guide for new-comers to our site. Storynory has 100s of free audio stories, so where do you start?
JK Rowling at Exeter College spoke on Morality and Morality in Harry Potter but skipped the big God Question.
Books, Children & Men, Paul Hazard is a manifesto for children’s books and for childhood itself. It is one of the most insightful tracts ever written on children’s literature. This is a brief review of the book.