This week on DigitaleStories:

Monday – Montgomery High student Lloyd Xie talks about one of his favorite Japanese films, “All About Lily Chou-Chou,” a tale of youth, bullies and the idolization given a never-seen rock star.

Tuesday – A video of Valley Ford’s Jolynn McClelland on “Becoming an Organic Farmer.” Jolynn tells how her husband Robert and she are pursuing their dream of making it in the organic dairy business.

Wednesday – Santa Rosa Junior College journalism student Shirah Madsen McDonald writes a review of Suzanne Collins’ “The Hunger Games,” the first book in a doomsday trilogy of a society that sacrifices its children for entertainment.

Thursday – “World Turning Upside Down,” the opening tale of Ng Sau Ping, a teenage girl in China whose dreams are threatened when a man comes from America seeking a wife. An “American Risotto” vignette. To read more on the main characters, go to the “American Risotto” page.