Young authors celebrate We All Belong: reflections about borders
On the evening of May 23, a small crowd gathered at The Beat Museum, located in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood. They were there to…
762 students published this Spring
Pick up a copy of new student writing!
Let’s get pizza instead!
A coloring book for all ages, collecting illustrations from our Storytelling and Bookmaking Field Trips. On sale now at the Pirate Supply Store!
Student writing: animated!
Check out these animated shorts based on our students’ writing, brought to life by BBDO San Francisco and students at Academy of Art University.
The Captain’s Log released during SF Design Week
Keep your voyage plans—and your almost too accurate caricatures of the entire crew—safe in this fine leather-like notebook.
It’s the 826 Quarterly, vol. 21!
When asked what advice the newly published authors would like to share with aspiring writers of any age, Diego, age 8 said, “Just keep writing and don’t give up. You can always revise.”
Presenting our latest book project: what sixty-six young authors believe
The beliefs examined include everything from “I believe that I will be the first person in my family to graduate high school” to “I believe that ADHD is not a disability, it’s a superpower.”
The Moon Changed Me, stories of wonder and whimsy
Short stories and persuasive writing from third, fourth, and fifth graders, on shelves now at the Pirate Supply Store!
Straight-Up News pushes students to challenge themselves and each other
One student shares: being a published author “feels cool because now everyone is going to read my opinion about my topic.”