In Chapter 4, we focused on playing with language and playing through the arts as interrelated processes vital to emergent bilingual youth as they develop identities, knowledge and skills as creative, critical contributors to the world. Senses of possibility, connectedness and place may all be developed through play. This chapter emphasizes the role of stories in play: how we live through stories and tell those stories as a central way of knowing the world (Barone, 2001; Barone and Eisner, 2011; Clandinin and Connelly, 2004; Polkinghorne, 1988). We focus on building awareness of culturally and linguistically diverse narrative structures, as well as using multiple arts modalities and local varieties of English and other languages to tell stories about being and becoming bilingual in all its complexity.