“Oh no ” I cried as I saw the nurse come into the ward with a trolley in front of her. We have the same food for every single meal – fish and chips and the vinegar was too sharp on the chips. It was ridiculous and it didn’t even trouble the nurse.
I thought these people were meant to cure you not poison you. I squirmed as I slowly placed a chip in my mouth. I said to the nurse ” Why are you giving us this horrible food?” Her reply was “Eat it or starve.” so I ate my chips but I didn’t enjoy them.
“You’re grounded” roared Dinah’s strict pompous father.
“You are definitely not going to the concert” he added.
Angrily, Dinah leaped on her bed and started crying heavily. But an idea sprung to her mind. “I could sneak out” she whispered to herself cheekily. So she put on her best clothes and covered her face with her mother’s opulent make up. Next she darted out of the window and she scurried off to the concert.
Meanwhile back at the house her mother walked into the room to check on her as her father wasn’t in a good mood. “But how could she just disappear?” thought Dinah’s mother…
I have to get out of here. How will I get away from here?
I was at a funeral with my parents. My grandfather died when I turned twelve and my parents and I went over to his house for the funeral.
I looked at my grandfather’s crazy statues of animals. Then suddenly I saw a book behind the strange horse statue. It mentioned a secret passage under That creepy horse statue. It said that when you pull down the horses head the secret passage opens up. I wonder what would be down there. I pulled the horses head down and stepped inside…
Eoghan was in school and it was a Monday. His wretched teacher was giving them a pile of work and Eoghan wanted to get out as soon as he could so he took his alligator whistle that he had got in a cereal box that morning out of his pocket and at break time –
He blew the whistle. Nothing happened. He looked at the mauve coloured whistle and shoved it back into his pocket.
After break time he was inside doing some really tricky maths when he heard screams. He looked out of the window and saw alligators – hundreds of them climbing up the walls and into the school.
“Oh no!” Eoghan shrieked as the whole school was in pandemonium.
“What have I done?”