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Oct 31

Childrens Story: The Pixie

My son is in first grade and starting to read little pamphlet type books for class, I thought I would start creating my own books for him to read, simple books containing 2 sentences per page with picture on each page and no more than four or five pages.  These miniature books take about 5-8 minutes for him to read and are more interesting than most of the books he brings home to read.  I incorporate the words he is learning in school into the stories to help reinforce the words he is supposed to memorize.

This story is titled “The Pixie”

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The Pixie

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The Pixie flew near the sea.

Cold wind blew through her wings.

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An orc was waiting for her.

The orc was about to charge.

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The pixie cast a magic spell.

Cool magic bolts shot from her hand.

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The Orc was hit in the back

The Orc ran away scared.

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The Pixie was safe at last.

The Pixie then took a bath in the sea.


The End

  • http://nazshemah.com Shemah

    Wow.. my son is still in Kindie and only beginning to read small words. This is definitely a great way to let him start and enjoy reading!

    Did you do the artwork as well?
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  • http://blazingminds.co.uk Karen

    I was wondering the same as Shemah, the artwork is brilliant..
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    • http://www.dragonblogger.com dragonblogger

      Nah, I can’t take credit for the artwork, did some searches for pixies and orcs on images.google.com then took the images and converted them to black and white and added some cheesy effects.

  • http://zorlone.com Zorlone

    Whoa!!! This is so cool.

    I wanted to make an children’s book too. he he he. Well, mine would be more of poetry.

    You just gave me an idea Justin.

    Z
    .-= Zorlone´s last blog ..A Turkey at Jaypeeonline =-.

  • http://gewgawwritings.blogspot.com Jena Isle

    Great work of art Justin. Very creative learning tool too for your son.
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  • http://the-ivorypen.blogspot.com/ Sahara

    Charming! Creative pictures too! ;)

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com dragonblogger

      Thank you, it was something I did to inspire my son to read more.

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com dragonblogger

      Thank you, I plan on doing more of these for him.

  • http://childrockingchair.org Mary

    I think that every child enjoys the magical realm of pixies. This concept is incredible, and I only see it as being a successful way to teach a child to use their imagination. Your killing two birds with one stone by teaching the adoration of literature, poetry, and art. This is amazing and refreshing.

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com dragonblogger

      Thank you, today I just published my 2nd Children’s book “A Boy Wizard”