Read the entries to previous WriteStuff competitions.
Where am I? Did I fall asleep during the talk about endangered animals? I looked around, I was alone.
Trees towered above me and the air smelt of gun powder. Black stripes covered my body, it dawned on me, I was a tiger! How did I get here? Gun shots filled the air and the sound of thundering feet came closer and closer. I had to hide. They were after ME! I was running for my life, my heart was pounding, my new furry paws ached from the hard earth. Then it happened… an ear-splitting roar came from my mouth as pain flashed into my upper body. I felt dizzy and fell. Through my half-closed eyes I saw two men leaning over me.
“There’s another one down!”. Those where the last words I heard before darkness swallowed me…
Suddenly my eyes were open again. I felt sea sick. My body lurched from side to side, the air surrounding me was bitter but surprisingly, I wasn’t cold. Oh, please don’t let this be real, I think I’m now a polar bear. My gaze fell onto what was holding me up. It was a small iceberg; icy flakes were chipping off into the sea. I had no choice but to try and swim to safety. The freezing water engulfed me. As far as I could see there were no other icebergs. I turned back just in time to watch my iceberg dissolve into the sea. I couldn’t swim forever! My legs were getting weaker, my body began to sink deeper and deeper into the ocean. I gasped for air, but instead swallowed a mouthful of water. I was drowning.
There was a blinding light, I was back at the zoo. It wasn’t real, I knew it…but then…why can’t I stop crying?
By Xander Lister, year 4, Elizabeth College
Suddenly, I was in my dream! I fell down from the sky and landed on two feet in a really cold place.Read story
By annabel fenn, year 8, Les Beaucamps School
Imagine a world where there is no time, no deadlines, no sadness and no anxiety and all is peaceful and...,Read story
By Gisele Jones, year 5, Vauvert School
In a world that was once calm a war broke out on the lovely green grass that was in food mania.Read story
By Eowyn Falla, year 8, Blanchelande School
Not far from Britain lies an island so isolated from modern society that the days and time are unknown...Read story
By Gemma Le Page, year 9, La Mare de Carteret School
In my world a lot of it is to do with racing because that's what I enjoy...Read story
By bradley Bacon, year 7, Elizabeth College
My eyes twitched and took a few seconds to adjust to the beaming sunlight of the floating forest, se...Read story
By Leonie Cavignac-Taylor, year 5, Notre Dame School
One day in a far away land if you travel across the world you will find a small island.Read story
By Xavier Browning, year 7, Blanchelande School
Handed to teacherRead story
By Felicity Hayman, year 6, La Houguette School
“No!” her Dad yelled for the millionth time. Boiling with fury, about to explode, Astrid screeched, “Why not?”Read story
By Aiyah Jenner, year 8, La Mare de Carteret School
I finally fall to sleep and enter my dream world. I step off the old broken boat and into my favourite place...Read story