"A story, in its simplest form, is a creative narration of an event or experience. Stories transcend the barriers of age, gender, culture and time." The stories in this category are meant for children 4 years and older. However, they can be enjoyed by both children and adults. Enjoy the stories!
There lived in the jungle a very, very vain lion. The lion believed that he was the most beautiful animal in the land. The lionesses thought so too. They loved their lion and did everything they could to please him.
It was a bright and sunny day. A day that should be filled with fun and play. But Ming Yuan was not feeling cheery at all. No, his face was downcast. He was returning home from school and had lots of homework to do.
Di selatan Pulau Singapura ada sebuah pulau bernama Pulau Damar Laut. Ada sepasang suami-isteri yang tua dan uzur tinggal di pulau ini. Mereka sangat miskin dan keadaan mereka sangat daif. Setiap hari mereka mengail ikan dan berkarang kerang dan siput apabila air surut.
Once there was a little boy named Duo Duo. He loved to play with toy cars. He loved them so much that he made use of every opportunity he had to get a little car that he could zoom all around the place with.
It was a warm and sunny morning and Maomao, an enormously plump caterpillar, was lazing on a twig and munching on some leaves. Maomao loved leading such a carefree life, feasting endlessly on the freshest leaves at sunrise and dozing off to sleep when she was full.
Tze Kang lived with his mother in an old thatched-roof house in a village. His mother had left for town again to look for work. The tax collector had just come around to their house and warned that if they did not pay their taxes, they would find themselves begging on the streets.
Suatu ketika dahulu, di sebuah kampung kecil, tinggal seorang janda bernama Salmah bersama anak perempuannya, Suria. Untuk menyara kehidupan mereka dua beranak, Salmah berkerja sebagai seorang pencuci kain di kediaman penghulu di kampung itu.
One day, a shortsighted little squirrel was searching and rummaging for food in the forest. When he came to a stream, he stumbled upon a gleaming glass pebble, which was glistening like a diamond under the sun. Over years of water erosion, the pebble had transformed into a glossy, smooth and clear piece, just like a magnifying glass.
A long time ago, before people walked the earth and animals roamed the lands, there were only trees, grass and flowers. The trees could move around like animals, going where they pleased. The grass danced freely in the sky like butterflies. The flowers were like birds, cooing beautifully all day.