Our best ranked stories for children

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The Viking With a Hundred Horns, a story about Austerity

9.8/10

A story about how pride and ostentation leads to defeat

"Ostentation brings nothing positive. Sooner or later it will become a weakness."

Music for the Clouds, a story about Taste in music

9.8/10

A short story about what music can bring

"A story to encourage an appreciation of music in the youngest children"

Kraton’s Labyrinth, a story about Patience

9.7/10

A short story about the effect of impatience

"Impatience can ruin even the best laid plans."

Seven Captive Princesses, a story about Initiative and the love of reading

9.7/10

A short story about how to learn  and live when bored

"Being bored is always your own doing, all you need is a good book to kill boredom and feed your spirit."

A Doorway to the World, a story about Prevent the abuse of computers

9.6/10

A short story about animal care and love of nature

"You have to be careful about getting addicted to computers. They can divorce us from everyday life and the natural world."

A Ray of Moonlight, a story about Respect and civility

9.4/10

A short story about respect and its reward

"Those who respect everyone will end up being rewarded."

Evil Tellies, a story about Time management, don't waste time with television

9.4/10

A story that teaches how not to be obsessed with watching tv

"Watching television is often a waste of time, and brings no benefit."

The Cave of Fear, a story about Courage, value things for what they are and not what they seem

9.4/10

A short story about fear

"Often rumours and idle gossip are based on nothing but speculation, and spread without being questioned."

The Invisible King of the Jungle, a story about Honesty and reliability

9.3/10

A short story about pretending and threatening others

"You can’t lie and exaggerate indefinitely. If you can’t keep your word, sooner or later you will be found out."

Tuton the Planet Eater, a story about Generosity

9.3/10

A short story teaching children to give than to receive

"Generosity starts with yourself. Before demanding from others, we should be the first to give without expecting anything in return. "