Last month we went on a field trip to the aquarium with our school.At 20 past nine the bus arrived. It was a dreary old grey bus. The bus driver was lifeless with black sunglasses and no expression on his face. I climbed up the steps to the bus. The group was as quiet as a mouse. When we got to the aquarium the teacher was finding it tricky to get children in line. She snapped like an alligator at one child who was playing up . When I opened the door of the building a vast gush of water hit me. I saw a mauve blue object on the floor. A jellyfish had escaped.
Frantically I ran through the fields scrambling over trees and bushes. It was a misty evening and I had turned crimson with the cold. I couldn’t leave them catch me. I could still hear them behind me. I could their roars getting louder and louder. I climbed a tree but I hesitated because there was a man standing outside a house He shouted to a man inside “here’s his grave” he shouted. The man went back inside.
I got ready to run again but I heard a rustling of bushes behind me!
I was just walking and I just saw him. I don’t knowwhy I freaked out. I thought to tell my friend Jonn.y I also told my mom and dad. It looked like a half wooden dude eating a tree to have more body made from wood. I took photos of it. Suddenly it just decided to chase me and Jonny. We got chased for about 3 mins.Then we finally lost that weird ugly monster. And we looked around but there was no foot step or sign of him which was good. We found our way home and Jonny went to my house and I never want to see that thing.
There was once a man known for his enormous legs. Every day his legs grew 1 milimetre. One day this man went for a walk up a mountain to get away from the hustle and bustle of living in the city. After walking a few miles the man felt tired so he took shelter under a leaning tree. The old man made campfire he pulled out a tin of beans and a bottle of whiskey. After his meal he fell into a deep sleep for 25 years and when he woke his legs were as long as the eye could see. In his memory a statue was built.
One day in Fota it was twice as busy as it had ever been. After I went half way I wrote down the animals and the habitats that I had encountered: Chimpanzees, Zebras, Giraffes. As I went on I came to the lion enclosure. A 10 foot tall fence was around the enclosure and a massive sign read : Do Not Make Contact. After that I went into the cafe and almost immediately I heard screams coming from behind me. A lion had broken out of its cage and was running free. People were running, screaming, trying to get to safety. Although they ran quickly they weren’t making enough progress to get to safety.
I woke up one summer morning. The sun was shining. The sky was blue so I decided to go for a walk. While I was walking I saw an thin old man wearing an old faded yellow t-shirt which was even tinier than him. He had one leg which was hopeless to walk on so he always carried a walking stick (which was quite shiny). I had often seen that man limping from pub to pub before. I always thought that he was limping because he was drunk but now I know the reason. From that day on I never saw the man again.
Once upon a time there was an agent called Adam Johnson. Agent Johnson was particularly good at obtaining information. He was involved in major missions and the boss had raised him up to be the main man of the whole industry. The latest mission he was assigned to was classified but I can tell you that he was transporting a shrinking/growing device to a classified location. He placed the device (which was the size of a nail clipping) inside the walls of a tea cup. Sadly the plane crashed and everyone aboard drowned but the agent’s case landed on an undiscovered island. When the case landed the teacup grew and grew and grew.
15 hundred hours
The troops were receiving orders from Captain James Boyne. There were clumps of dirt being fired into the trench from explosions. We had received word that somewhere down along the trench that a supply of grenades had gone off killing half a dozen men. A private was walking around gathering up valuables. “If ya make it back we’ll share em out,” he roared. This was bound to end in disaster, the Germans had double the amount of troops we had. It was hopeless. I heard one of the commandants roar out,” On your ladders!” As we charged into battle I muttered to myself “But what if I was in charge?”
One day my father was up re-tiling the house as a lot of tiles had fallen off during the storm. Dad had said to be careful of my step even though there was scaffolding up and I wasn’t allowed on the roof.
Dad said, “Go get the hammer from the table in the kitchen.”
“Ok,” said I.
I climbed slowly down the rusty old ladder (which had turned brown with age). I went inside to get the hammer but saw my goldfish, Swimmy, panicking. I went over to him and then realised that there was a bird stuck in the chimney. I pushed him back up. Dad got such a fright from the bird that he lost his footing and fell through the roof into the kitchen. “Here’s your hammer, Dad.”
In ancient times the tree warriors watched over the planet with great care. But soon the humans took over. They had spears and other weapons. They were seen as a threat to the tree warriors. So one tree warrior called upon all the other tree warriors for a meeting. The meeting was about how if they all teamed they could take charge from the humans. So all the tree warriors gathered together in one of their so called “parks” and we all ran into battle. The humans never even saw us coming!