Free Online Book Writing Site for Elementary Students or Software suggestions

Hi,
I am looking for a site where primary students, ages 6-9, can write and illustrate (not stamp pictures) an original story. If no such site exists do you have any suggestions for software programs to purchase? I am leaning towards Pixie.

Thanks,
Nedra

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I don't know if you are still looking or this answers your question, but try www.blurb.com. We're using this at our school.
I don't know about online versions but I do like the program Pixie. It's the right price, kid-friendly, and pretty powerful.
If you want something digital, you might check out the discussion on flipbooks. Students could write the text and scan in illustrations, save as a pdf and using http://issuu.com make a neat picture book. If you want hard copy books you might lintor publishing.
Nedra:

I just found this site a few weeks ago, it looks great and I intend to explore its use with my second grade children in the future.

http://www.tikatok.com/

Cathy
My third and fourth graders have used CAST Digital Bookbuilder and Big Universe.

At Kerpoof students can write a book or make a movie of their story.
Hi Nedra -

Check out the free RealeWriter (“Really Writer”) software - students create a picture book and then the books can be posted to RealeLibraries (“Really Libraries”) website where classrooms/schools can share their creations with the world.

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