With over 800 children's
stories in 32 different categories you'll find lots to read. Margo has
illustrated most of her stories with her own paintings and being an
ex-schoolteacher she certainly knows what the Kid's enjoy. There are
children's stories for all ages. We hope you
enjoy the stories and if you do please
send her an email.
Margo Fallis was born in
Edinburgh, Scotland. At age 7, her family emigrated to Australia, and
then 3 years later to the USA. Margo has been writing most of her life
and draws her own illustrations. She loves travelling and finds nowhere in
the world more beautiful than her homeland. And you can also have some fun with her jigsaws. Margo is available to do
special commissions and if you are interested in publishing a collection
of her stories she'd love to hear from you! All stories in this
section are the copyright of Margo Fallis.
Rolfin's Orb is a story about three
Scottish children who find a book and an orb in an abandoned castle.
After studying the book, with help of their uncle, the children travel
around the world, using a magic spell, to gather 12 stones to put in
the orb and save the world from the evil wizard, Phelan. Come with
them on their adventures as they battle monsters, ghosts and goblins.
Plumtuggle is a story about a boy, Xander,
and his friend, Toast, a plumtuggle. Together they go on a quest to
find the most precious and rare thing in the world. They have all
sorts of adventures, find diamonds and other gems, but learn that the
most precious thing isn't what they think it is.
Imagine finding 44 baby dragons. In this
story Crispin and Gretel, with help from Marti and a few wizards, are
on a quest to return the baby dragons to their homeland. An evil
wizard, Darmantha, captures the dragons and it is up to the two
children to rescue them and take them back to the island where the
last two adult dragons live. They are greeted by all sorts of dangers
and through this they grow and learn and discover strengths and
courage they never knew they had.
Two men, a woman, a goblin and a dwarf are
summoned by a wizard to rescue and save a princess, who is dying. With
the use of a Healing Stone, a Book of Spells and their own strengths,
the five begin their adventure, only to find themselves battling
dragons, snow monsters and an evil wolf, who will do anything to stop
them from reaching the princess. Recommended age for 10 and over.
Ian and Mac, two Scottish raccoons, go on
a lot of adventures and find themselves in a lot of mischief as they
explore, discover and have fun.
Apollo’s Soldiers The book takes place in
Scotland mostly, but the gist of it is that there is a boys school in
the Highlands and a few of them are sent on a quest to find 10 objects
so that they can go back in time to Atlantis and save Scotland. It's
adventurous and fun.
Adventures of Fish and Chips
Good friends, Fish and Chips, find
themselves involved in all sorts of events and happenings on the small
island off the coast of Scotland where they live. They meet new friends,
try different things and learn what the most important things in life
Maggie Stories Maggie lives with her grandparents in
northern Scotland. She's especially close to her grandpa, who takes her
for walks and shows her places from her mother's past. They have a lot
of fun together as Maggie learns and grows.
The Storyteller is a series of stories
about a man named Mungo, who tells great stories to the children in
the neighborhood. They come once a week to his house and he's always
got a special surprise planned for them.
Poke, the pig, and Beans, the rooster,
have fun together on the farm.
Family The Crawford Family - Meet Fiona,
Alexander and Ethan, along with their mum and dad. You'll find out
what it's like to be part of a family as they travel and have other
about London Imagine hearing Big Ben chime, or standing
near Nelson's Monument. Reading these stories will give you a feel for
Each poem tells a story and there is a picture to go with each poem.
the Tartan Goat
Hopefully you've all had the chance to read the original story of Angus
and how he turned Tartan. Now you can read more stories about the funny
little goat and the mischief he gets himself into.
The Monkey King's Daughter® isn't
about Sun Wukong, the Monkey King - it's about his daughter, Meilin. Only,
Meilin doesn't know she's the Monkey King's daughter. In fact, she doesn't
know she's half-monkey at all. As far as Meilin knows, she's an ordinary
14 year-old high school freshman from Midland Hills, California, facing
all the problems that bright young girls face at that age- flakey
girlfriends, zits, too much homework, bad hair, obnoxious boys... But all
of that changes when her ancient past catches up with her. (And she
thought high school was gonna be easy...) The Monkey King's Daughter (Book
One) is a new series of novels that introduces a totally fresh and
exciting action/adventure hero to 8-13 year old readers.
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