Primary. Years 3/4/5/6

Voracious Pacific

By Isabella Shand, year 6, La Houguette School

“Mum, Dad, I am leaving. I want to be free. I want to explore the world!” I take a deep breath and step outside but wait. I see a blue door appear, it is pulling me to come closer. I am mesmerised at this moment and I open the door. It is dark and gloomy. Frightened, I go inside! I open my eyes. There is blue sky everywhere. I get up but I realise that on the left side it is warm and on the right side it is a bit chilly! Wait a minute, I am half in Spring but half in Summer. I walk in to Spring there is a massive blossom tree ! Wanting to have a better look round, I climb it there is loads of land split up into Summer, Spring, Autumn and Winter climbing down I see a little boat. Having the same feeling as the door did pulling me to the boat thinking hmm let’s explore! On the boat, I enter Summer it is hot quite hot exploring even more I see a weeping willow tree a book with gold lining a pencil with gold shavings and a perfect space for me to sit. I start to draw. The silk gold shavings are soft to touch. Drawing leaves bark water around a rainbow, the map is coming together. Having finished the map, I am wondering what this island is called? Maybe the lost and mysterious name is at the end of the rainbow. I jump down on the hunt for the name. Looking around, I see where the rainbow ends but it ends in the pit of doom! I walk towards the pit hoping the guards are asleep but no. I guess you will have to find out what happens next time...

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