Primary. Years 3/4/5/6

Man-made Planet

By Tom Davies, year 5, Vauvert School

In the middle of nowhere in a different universe. This planet is man-made and started whole but… A comet was hurtling towards this planet so as it was man-made, every place had a system to eject it when it is in danger so now this island is floating.

There was a war raging since 1928 on the island of San-Marie. San-Marie has been there for 10,987 years. This island has 7 moon’s the closest is ONLY 17 light years away. Lions live on this island they do the same as us they go to school, work except they have facial hair lots of facial hair. There is a massive and I mean massive ditch called muddled land where all the muddled creatures live. There is no water on San-Marie, there is a clean wine river twisting and turning. This planet has no pollution because it does not have cars or planes.

This island is green because it has plants and silver because it is man-made. It has no weather because there is no atmosphere. The doggy desert is a big desert for dogs only. There is little human life on the island. Also there is a dome to keep in the air in so it does not escape. There is a wall with to tuft of grass with a cheerleader graffiti on it. There is a melted chocolate volcano that everyone eats and drinks from.

There is a river of wine and a fountain of coke. There is a ski resort for the lions and a black run before the end of your life. There is no water, they all have homemade lemonade. Rabbits run wild in the alp mountain range. There are about 6790 meters length ways and 2306 weight ways that is the basics of my world .

Enjoyed this story? Read another one.

Think Small

By Abbie Girard, year 8, La Mare de Carteret School

Dean picked a chocolate from the silver pot but Matt and I went for the gold pot. They tasted stale...

Read story

Peace Within

By James Le Vasseur, year 9, Elizabeth College

In the corner of the room, he sat there picking away at the walls. The room was empty apart from a m...

Read story

This city wasn't perfect

By Ben Oesterman, year 9, Grammar School

This city wasn't perfect, pollution had reached the point where wildlife could not grow outside the city walls

Read story

A paradise of freedom

By Charlotte Matthew, year 9, Blanchelande School

He lay, paralysed in wonderment at the golden sky, against an old oak tree. He didn’t know where he...

Read story

If only it was imaginary.

By Chloe Sebire, year 4, Hautes Capelles School

Where am I? Did I fall asleep during the talk about endangered animals? I looked around, I was alone...

Read story

Chocolate Island

By Chloe Le Gallez, year 6, La Houguette School

It was a normal day, John had just woken up; he put his clothes on. Then he went to the Chocolate Wishing Fountain as usual...

Read story

The magical tree

By Katie Norman, year 7, La Mare de Carteret School

It was a rainy day and Sophia was bored. “I know,” she thought, "What if I go into the forest to explore?"...

Read story

DeadZone

By Addison Smart, year 7, La Mare de Carteret School

The air turned black all around me. Smoke filled my lungs. "Medic!" I cried out in pain, "Medic!" Ther...

Read story

The Story of Tarkan

By Charlie Pedersen, year 7, Grammar School

Tarkan is a very special boy. It all started when he was a boy, he was abandoned by his parents beca...

Read story

Shadow Land

By Imogen Bacon, year 6, The Ladies’ College

Up in the clear sky a flock of 40 cravens continue their long journey. The craven pack is a deadly...

Read story

View entries by category

Get Inspired

Read the entries to previous WriteStuff competitions.