Volume 2 Number 7 AUGUST 7, 2020
THE WARBURTON PLATYPUS
Platypus by Liam
LEARNING FROM HOME - AGAIN
THE BRAVE GIRL
Hi my name is Ella and this book is About Me, the brave girl as you know!
"I want to go to school!! NOW!!!!!"
“No,” her parents said.
So when her parents went to sleep. she waited til the morning, and that one morning she snuck out and was never to be seen again/ but she was actually staying with her grandparents who were teachers.
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A COLD WINTER'S MORNING
Hail, falling on a cold winter's morning
Frozen to death, as I stumble out of the doorway.
Slowly lagging behind my sister Minka as she starts to quickly pick grass for our cute, fluffy guinea pigs.
As my hands touch the strong, wet, and leathery grass, they feel full of frozen pain.
Ignoring the pain, I continue to pick grass.
Finally I am finished.
Stumbling back through the grass with my sister, into our house with a colourful warm fire standing in our living room.
Smelling, what I almost call the best smell in the world, of warm toast with creamy butter and thick fruity jam.
“This is the best moment of my life,”I say to myself (of course it isn't, I'm just over imagining it.)
As my Tati (Dad) calls me and Minka over for breakfast I feel my tummy start to rumble.
“Yum, yum, yum,” my thoughts say as they sway through my head.
Ahhh! Breakfast at last.