Posts Tagged ‘random bedtime story’
by Lance O. Redding
Nathan usually wasn’t too excited about school, but today was different. Today was show-n-tell, and what made it even more special than a normal show-n-tell day was the fact that Nathan was going to tell the class about his summer adventures with his dad and how he got the best job in the world.
He tried to wait patiently in his seat for the teacher to go through the roll and the announcements, but it was very difficult. Finally, she looked at him with her eyes closed in slits and mouthed, “Sit Still!”
Nathan folded his arms on the desk and put his head down to try and look like he was holding still, but he couldn’t stop his leg from wiggling and bouncing up and down. (more…)
by Penny Lane
Tanya’s skirt fluttered with the breeze as she skipped past Mrs. Miller’s house.
“What do you have in the basket, Tanya?” asked Mrs. Miller.
Tanya stopped skipping to answer. “I filled this basket with flowers, and blackberries, and apples for my mother,” she said, showing her collection. “We had a fight this morning. I want to tell her I’m sorry.”
“Your mother will be lucky to have those beautiful wild flowers on her table this evening. I was going to go to the meadow and pick flowers today,” said Mrs. Miller, holding up a bandaged foot.
“What’d you do?” asked Tanya. (more…)
by Andrew, Age 8, From New York, USA
Devin was playing computer.
He loved to listen to the music on it. THUMP! THUMP! THUMP!
“Ugh!” he thought. “Why does my older brother have to play his drums so loud?”
He ran upstairs. “Eddie!” he shouted. “Why do you have to do your drums so loud?!”
“Oh sorry,” Eddie said.
He ran back downstairs.
THUMP! THUMP! THUMP!
“Eddie!” He ran upstairs. Eddie was staring out of the window, face white in terror. (more…)