Primary. Years 3/4/5/6

Alone...

By Joel Fallaize, year 6, Amherst School

It started off as a normal day, but then they saw it. A large circular shape. It was like staring into the abyss. As they hopped in, it was like their whole life flashed before their eyes. Suddenly out of the corner of his eye Liam spotted a map, it pointed to this woods of wonder area and said YOU ARE HERE. “Lets go to the witches wardrobe,” demanded Jamie. Liam agreed. As they strode along the dusty path they reached a clearing, and suddenly they were by a huge chest of drawers.

“Who dares enter,” a witch-like voice boomed.

“Ummmm us,” the boys whimpered.

“Leave,” the voice boomed again.

As they ran down the dusty path again, they saw another portal. They thought for a second and then decided it was a good idea to go into it. Suddenly they were by what seemed to be an old ruin but it wasn't, it was a boat shop. As they looked around they noticed why it was a boat shop. There was a river with white horses

galloping like a cat chasing a mouse. The shop was called ‘bobs boats’ and on the other sides was ‘billy’s boats’. They crossed the river with no problems but then they noticed a big problem. Billy explained that the whole entire land would soon be gone if they did not find the only remaining ruby. They ventured far into the

wilderness and eventually found it.

“Its beautiful,” Liam announced. Jamie agreed happily. Once again the portal appeared but something was different. When they returned to the woods, there was a holder asking for the ruby. The two boys placed it into the holder and hoped. Suddenly they were back in class but science was over! At that moment they knew what had happened. They had saved the imaginary world!

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