For those of us who are not only art challenged, but art disabled, but who love telling stories, Storybird could be the answer.
A collaborative storytelling tool, the site features artwork by honest-to-gosh artists that you can use to create your own storybook. It's somewhat limited in where you can place art and text, but this is version 1.0, and I assume it will grow increasingly feature rich as the site develops.
I've embedded my playing around tale Iit's not showing up fully, but you'll get the idea), and I'm thinking of working on a story with my 12 year old niece, who lives in Oregon.
While it's obviously preferable for students to do their own art, face it. For some of us, stick figures are a challenge. This could also be good for foreign language classes and voculabary development.
It might also be a creative way to promote your library--creating quick stories about upcoming events and embedding them on the library or school website.
Sitting in the Catbird Seat by jerihurd on Storybird