Stories

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Personal Narrative: Brayden B.

February 12, 2018

Week # 73 Brayden B.
Brayden is all about riding the new four wheeler...but watch out for that rock! It was quite a crash and took nearly a month to recover from.  Lesson learned...use care when driving any vehicle! Glad you lived to tell the story Brayden!!
 
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Fiction: Solomon B.

February 8, 2018

Week # 72 Solomon B.
Operation Chicken Tracks...Join in on the largest airborne mission in history.  Joe, Jack and Willy are hard at work getting everything ready for the big battle.  These soldiers go the extra mile and save a chicken which they repay a helpful farmer with.
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Fiction: Jackson, Duncan

February 7, 2018

Week # 71 Jackson, Duncan

Should you run or should you fight? If you run the Greek archers will pick you off. After the massacre the elders of the village send the people out into the world to find a new home. This story has a whole new take on who the first Americans really were. 

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Fiction: Hannah K.

February 4, 2018

Week # 70 Hannah K.

Hannah was sure that she would have a new sister, but that's not what ended up happening.  This touching personal narrative takes the listener on the wondrous adventure of a loving big sister getting a newborn baby brother! This is a feel good story that everyone should take a moment to listen to!

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Fiction: Joslyn W.

February 3, 2018

Week # 69 Joslyn W.
Take a trip to a waterpark with this story! Such a variety, some are covered, some are open air, and all are FAST! If you have never done it before you should probably organize a trip to your local waterpark!
 
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Fiction: Solomon B

February 1, 2018

Week # 68 Solomon B.
It is the year 2035. My sister and I are excited for the trip! It is time for the launch and we will be on our way to Pluto. Our ship gets hit and we are thrown off course. As a result we discover a new planet.  It works out to be a great place to live! Although we never see our Mom and Dad again, my sister and I are able to live out our days happily for the rest of our lives.

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