The builders hated there jobs. With the doing this and that day in and day out, it was the same old thing. Nothing was new or exciting anymore, just loft conversions ; garages being knocked down.
It was a Monday morning in Sheffield, the whole crew got in the vans ready for a new day of average work. All they had to do was a simple knocking down of a church: this would of been the first interesting thing in weeks. With mallets and hammers they set to work banging down layers after layer.
A thick wall of dust and muck settled to the ground leaving a empty cave of sight were a sweet shop lay. The sweets were mold in different shapes there once sweet taste disappeared. Jars upon jars of gumdrops, tangy tangerines and gob stoppers! The builders rubbed there eyes in disbelief. It was the most exciting thing they have ever seen!
Well written Gracie - this is an exciting read. I have changed some of the homophones in the final version but you should be very proud of this!
John was a 15 year-old boy who lived in Kentucky. In his town, there weren’t many nice places to go to. But one stood out the most, the cinema just down the road from where he lived.
One night, he decided that he wanted to explore it alone. So he crept out of the house and ran down the path.
Finally, he was there.
He walked in, trying not to make a noise. To his surprise, he heard a giggling sound. He hated creepy giggling, so he ran straight out and back home, where he had nightmares all night…
I love your interpretation of the picture Sam - I almost wanted him to explore it some more, but I know you're restricted by the word count! It is up on 100WC!
I’m buzzing with excitement because today I’m going to the best theatre EVER! It has spectacular shows, fantastic films but tonight I’m going to see the circus.
When I got there I was a little bit disappointed because it was all old and creepy but what caught my eye was the most amazing sweet stall ever. So I stepped up into the mammoth-long queue and stood there for hours and hours.
Finally when I to the front of the queue I ordered a bag of scrumptious candy floss. There was something intriguing about this old lady, who was running the shop, she seemed scary in a way. She bent down to get a bag and when she looked up again all I saw was a ghost!!!
Creepy! Well done Esme - I will pop this up on 100wc.net now.
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