Primary. Years 3/4/5/6

Pooh's 'Hunny' Tree.

By Alice de Jersey, year 6, Forest

The sun was shining in through the little glass windows in the tree. Birds were singing a sweet symphony on the window ledge.

The sun was shining into Pooh’s window, making him nice and warm and toasty.

“Time to get up and have some breakfast,” said Pooh.

Pooh is a yellow teddy bear stuffed with fluff ‘n’ stuff. Is there anything more cuddly than Pooh? He has small, soft feet. He can climb onto his wooden stool to reach a pot of honey. He has shiny button eyes and a thread nose. He wears a small, soft woollen red jumper that covers his little plump belly. He clambered onto his stool and reached up for his honey jar from the cupboard. Pooh always finds it hard to get the honey.It was empty.

“Oh bother.” said Pooh.”Looks like it’s time to visit my honey tree.”

He opened his door to stroll to his honey tree. He could see the Peggy Sue resting peacefully in the shallows of the sea. The sun was blazing like a great ball of fire.

When he got to the honey tree he started to climb. He climbed and climbed and climbed and climbed and climbed.

“Oof.” said Pooh. “I’m stuck.

Pooh couldn’t get down the tree. His ankle was wedged hard between two branches.

“What shall I do... hang on! This is a honey tree! There’s honey I!”

Michael, who lived on the Peggy Sue came strolling past. Michael has shiny brown hair and blue eyes. He was wearing a red t-shirt.

“Are you alright there Pooh?”

“I’m stuck.”

“Hang on there! I’ll go and get something to help. I might be gone a while though.” Michael shouted.

“Don’t worry. I don’t mind roughing it- MMM! This is some good honey! Pooh really is a silly old bear.

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