Category Archives: Sara Stanley

Stories for young readers
by Sara Stanley

Why We Have Chinook Winds

Once again the cold Alberta winter is on its way, but children lucky enough to live in sight of the Canadian Rocky Mountains enjoy frequent breaks from the cold all through the winter months, when the Chinook wind blows its … Continue reading

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Halloween with Sara Stanley

I’m adding something to the Halloween fun with my own scary tale. A warning: don’t go wandering into the forest at night. LOST!    “Land of the silver birch, home of the beaver…”    Kodiak whined, but Katie liked the … Continue reading

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How Do You Spell Understanding?

Jealousy is a common theme for young people to deal with. But is it possible to be jealous for the wrong reasons? Or of the wrong person?  HOW DO YOU SPELL UNDERSTANDING? “Simulate!” Ms. Molnar repeated the word. Heads bent … Continue reading

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