Living in Hodsock woods were children called Matty, Liam and Vince. They all went out to play in the woods.
They walked into an old abandoned house. Then Matty saw the bloody, old and rusty. Liam touched an old legend he went into agony instantly. The other two ran away the old legend chased them round and round till the legend began to stumble and fell to the tough old legend was know longer in harm to the citizens. All of them pulled his mask of and they saw…
The person under neath the mask was Johnny one of there old friends they fourth it was impossible but he didn’t died so who did ? Vince called the police (he is the only one that had a phone) he went to rot in jail for 10 years and they all lived happily ever after.
Once upon a time lived a tree called Elm. There were a rich family, who lived in a colossal house, explored a forest. They had a little sister called Emma. She went up to this tree and touched it. She felt really dizzy and then…she vanished.
“Hahahaha” shouted Elm. Her Mum and Dad ran around the magnificent forest to find Emma. Sadly, her mum touched the tree and disappeared. The tree stopped shining and her dad saw blood on the tree and he ran. Dad ran back to the tree and recognised that the blood was gone. He heard footsteps. He felt a warm, soggy hand on his woolly coat. He ran with a fright. Dad saw the tree speak to this man in the forest.
“Hey you there” shouted Dad. He saw the tree and disappeared. He saw a note and it said “Help me!”… but the other side was gone.
“Dad” shouted a familiar voice.
“Emma my sweetie is that you”shouted Dad
“Yes dad” screamed Emma. Later, Dad ran to Emma and saw she had a squirrel in her hand.
“Can we keep it?” said Emma. Emma was happy to have a pet. She was scared about mum.
Once upon a time, there lived a girl named Coral. She lived in a large, happy home but would usually be found near the shimmering lake in her great, beautiful garden. If you want to see her, she has red hair and bright green eyes.
Coral always enjoyed playing by the lake, but about once a day she would lean over and touch the soft, cold lake. Occasionally, the child would take her pretty purple shoes off and dip her feet in the icy water. Sometimes she would see different fish, sometimes goldfish, sometimes codfish.
One day, she didn’t just want her fish in it but wanted to go in herself. So the next day she put her old, blue dress on and got in the lake; she loved it. Then, as she was swimming around, she saw an eel, but not any old eel an electric eel!
Coral swam away as fast as her arms and legs could carry her. Then she saw the eel go after a group of fish. Coral wasn’t just going to sit around, she was going to help the poor, helpless fish. She dived in and went to the eel, grabbed a bucket and threw it on the electric eel’s head. She helped the fish back to their home in the lake. The water almost seemed to help her to the surface.
Coral fed the young fish and helped them grow. She played at the lake side everyday and the lake seemed to obey her. They all lived happily ever after.
Once, long long ago, lived a old tree. This tree was gnarled and ancient. The tree grew in Hodsock in a colossal home and an elegant garden. The tree was called Holly. In the massive mansion lived a kind, rich family and in the family there were 3 children. This is the story of the middle child, Hope. She would play in the forest alone, sometimes she even saw strangers. She liked to go near them but they never talked to her as they didn’t know her. However, one day she wondered near Holly and saw a strange, old man. The man called her over and asked her name. “I’m Hope” she replied ” Who are you?” He was filthy and dark. Slowly, the child walked to Holly as the man commanded. She touched the tree. Suddenly, she heard a horrid, evil laugh. She saw white, then couldn’t move. She couldn’t talk. She was the tree. Legend has it, Hope still rests in Hodsock waiting to be freed from the dark bark and dusty wood she was caged in, but only if someone touches her.
The mist was thick obscuring the thing walking through it. It had a human body shape but no one was shore what it was. The skeleton trees that looked dim and horrible, with thick scary branches, swayed in the spooky wind. The ghostly mist is rippled around the trees it seemed to follow the creature keeping just ahead of it. Everytime the thing moved the fence turned into fire and lava then finally ash!
This Term we have been reading an interesting book Letters From The Lighthouse. It is a book about a girl called Olive who has an older sister Sukie and little brother Cliff. Olive had lived during World War 2 in London.
Olive had gone to see a movie with her siblings and an air raid had begun, so they had to run to an air raid shelter. Sukie got lost during the air raid and didn’t end up coming home. The next day Olive and Cliff were told they’d be evacuated to Budmouth point. Monday they were evacuated and went to the person who would care for them Queenie. Then Esther (a Jewish girl) stayed at Queenie’s too and Olive and Cliff ended up at the lighthouse (Esther’s home.) Then a few days later some people (all of them Jewish) came to the lighthouse to hide and one of them was Esther’s Dad, a doctor. The next day Cliff was very ill and had to go to the local doctor. However the doctor did nothing and they had to go to Esther’s Dad. He said that Cliff had to go to the hospital and fast.But Olive didn’t go with Cliff, Esther did.Then their Mum came down and told Olive that she was a spy not her sister.
That is all we have read so far. I hope you have enjoyed listening to the class book year six Bluejay have been reading.