Children's story Dont Touch The Walls In The Library by Julia Casagrandi-Cooper - Children's Stories Net

Children's Stories Net
Free  Children's  Stories  by  Leading  Authors
  Home     Parents and Teachers     Submit your own Story     Contact Us   Share this Children's Stories Page on Face Book Share this Children's Stories Page on Twitter

Children's Stories

 Free Story Access 
 Children's Stories BLOG 
 This Weeks Featured Story 
 Sheila Helliwell's Stories 
 Elliot's Amazing Adventures 
 Robert Parfett's Stories 
 Artie Knapp's Stories 
Terry Fitterer's Stories
 Paul Ray's Stories 
 Dennyk's Stories 
 Stories From Ireland 
 Rajeev Bhargava Stories 
 New Children's Stories  
 Children's Stories 
 Poems & Rhyming Stories 
 Longer Children's Stories 
 Children's Authors 
 Author Sheila Helliwell 
 Author Linda Farrelly 
 Author Joanne Hayle 
 Young Writer Awards 
 Children's Story Illustrators 


Children's Stories Library
 Children's Stories Library 

The Not So Wise Owl - Children's Rhyming Story Book
 The Not So Wise Owl 

Elliot's Amazing Adventures Children's Book
 Amazing Adventures Book 

Sponsor Children's Stories
 Sponsor Children's Stories 
  Children's Stories  
Dont Touch The Walls In The Library
Reader Star Rating: Children's Story Star Rating Terms of use: you may view online and freely print a single paper copy of the entire story page for your own personal domestic private use, individual qualified Teachers may also freely print additional paper copies for teaching purposes within their own educational establishment. Any other use is strictly prohibited without prior written consent by letter from us, please see the contact us button above.


Today was the worst day of my life. Now I am a ghost and my life is wasted.
It all began today when I went to school...
We were having a normal literacy lesson, listening to a story on the radio when I heard the scary words of "Don't touch the walls in the library."
I shivered, but thought to myself "It's just a joke."
Suddenly I and my friend Ruby lifted our heads up at the same time after hearing "Don't touch the walls in the library". This time the voice was even louder than last time.
We nodded our heads at each other and whispered "This is just a joke, it is not real," but we were still frightened. We carried on listening to the story, then our teacher said "Shut your books, now it's time to go to the library."
When we got to the library the walls where all black!
I turned to Amy and asked, "Do you see the black walls?"
"No" whispered Amy," they are a creamy colour as always."
Amy went over to Ellie to have a chat. Suddenly, Amy got sucked into the black wall of evil!
I ran over to Ellie and said in a worry "WHERS AMY!"
She replied "First of all, stop shouting, second of all, who is Amy"
Speechless for words, I went to read the history of the school and suddenly, all the people in the world got sucked into the book!
I quickly closed the book, but before I did I read 1894, children, had, library, chopped up and walls. After a mille second, I realised what happened. The children of 1894 got chopped up and put into the walls of the library!
I thought to myself "This is just a joke" so I decided to touch the wall! After a mille second, I realised that I was in the black wall of evil.
Inside the wall was my worst nightmare!
I saw all my friends as zombies and fixing all the children from 1894. I looked down at my feet with gilt, then I realised I had no feet and I was floating.
Soon I knew what happened, I had turned into a ghost!
One hour later I found a crack in the wall that no one has seen before and I went through it.
I went to leave the school when I realised that there was no school, I went back into the library but it wasn't there. There was no library! All that was left were the two black walls.
That's the story of how I became a ghost...
If you enjoyed this story, there are many more in our collection, to register for more Free Stories please click below or click the Free Story Access button top left on this page.
  Click Here    to Register for more Free Stories.
Story Rating   Five Star Children's Story Rating System
If you've already registered please rate this story below from your own point of view. Click one of the radio buttons next to a star below and then enter your registered email address. You can only rate each story once.
Children's Story Rating System: GREY - Not Yet Rated Not Yet Rated
Children's Story Rating System: BLUE - You consider the story is OK You consider the story is OK
Children's Story Rating System: RED - You think the story is Good You think the story is Good
Children's Story Rating System: GREEN - You would Recommend the story You would Recommend the story
Children's Story Rating System: GOLD - The story is Outstanding The story is Outstanding
Children's Story Rating System - User Email      Enter your Registered Email eg:
  click button to rate story
Story star ratings shown (2 to 5 stars) are the average of all rating scores to date, these may not update immediately subject to browser and local cache settings, in some cases it may take a few hours.
Thanks for your interest and happy reading.



 © designed, created, hosted and managed by   WWW Support Services    (click for info)