Family stories are always popular and are handed down through the generations. Wyoming Seminary sixth-grade students in Elizabeth O’Malley’s English class recently enjoyed an opportunity to share some of their favorite stories in a new project called “Sem Storytellers.” Each student interviewed a family member and collected images of that person, and then wrote that person’s story in their subject’s own voice. The students used the Tikatok Web site to design and print their stories in book form, and shared their books with their classmates and families. The project took about four weeks to complete and served as a method to reflect the students’ skills in writing, spelling, grammar and composition. Seen with the books they wrote are, from left: Meghna M., Olivia M., Julia G., James H., Sam S., and Samantha B.