Primary. Years 3/4/5/6

Toadstool Forest

By Zane Elliot, year 5, Vauvert School

Once upon a time in the world of Toadstool there was a forest. In this magical forest there were lots of squashed toadstool houses filled with mushroom people. The toadstool forest was a wonderful forest and the mushroom people were all sorts of different colours like red as a rose, blue as blueberries, yellow as dandelion and as white as paper.

These mushroom people used to be nice and let the creatures of the world live and enjoy the forest. Although, one day the mushroom king announced that no one could go into the toadstool forest ever again. So now no-one has ever passed the gate, only the mushrooms. Now the forest is calm, without all of the falling outs that used to happen.

They realise that all of the mushrooms had lost their homes, so the mushroom king announced that they are going to rebuild the toadstool forest. The forest has been empty for a week, so now they need to re-build it. The king is not happy that the forest had died away.

Three years later the mushrooms had rebuilt it and finished it. Now it has its own swimming pool and a big house which everyone shares. The king isn’t happy, so the mushrooms had a plan to get rid of him.

The next day the mushrooms were going to get rid of him tonight. For the whole day, finally they came up with a plan. That night they were going to lift the king to the mountain so they walked and walked and walked, until they reached the mountain. They placed the king there and walked home. They reached the forest and went to sleep and woke up in the mushrooms arms and they all got eaten.

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