London: When KFC Saved My Day

caty1I’m not a big fan of KFC, but when I was in London, I ended up in KFC. Here’s my story.

Mom, sister and I were stuck in a traffic. Then we decided to get out of the bus. When we walked on pedestrian, the view in front of us was the Tower Bridge. It was very pretty. We walked until we saw a bunch of kids on a field trip. Since I was freezing,  I was looking for a shelter. I saw a underground and decided to go there so I would get warm.

In the small underground, I found a long hall ofshops selling a lot of souvenirs. Although I was tempting so much to stop by, I kept going to find a washroom. We had a break there for awhile. It was there when I saw KFC. So we decided to eat there because there was no other restaurant. The line was quite long but we waited, and then it was our turn. Continue reading

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Book: Katie Kazoo Switcheroo: Be Nice to Mice! by Nancy Krulik

be nice to miceKatie was a lucky fourth grader. When Katie wished something, it would come true in the strangest ways. It’s totally different with me. When I wish something, it rarely comes true.

It happened for the first time in her third grade. When a football game lost the mach, Katie splashed mud all over her favorite jeans. In her class, she burped, that was embarrassing! That night, Katie made a wish that she could be anyone but herself. The magic wind came and blew Katie. She turned into someone else! The first time, the magic wind blew Katie into Speedy, her third grade class’ pet hamster. The second time, she turned into Lucille.

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Book: The Wind In the Willows by Kenneth Grahame

The-Wind-in-the-WillowsMole was cleaning the house when a water rat appeared. Mole asked Rat if he wanted to come with Mole for a picnic. Rat said yes, so they took the things they needed to bring and they had the picnic. They also went for a walk to the nearest house. They knocked on the door. The door was open and in front of the door was a toad. It was Mr. Toad.

Mole went to the Wild Wood alone because he would meet Mr. Badger. He quickly became lost and scared. He hid in the hollow of a tree. Rat went out to find him. He met Mole in the Wild Wood. A snowstorm hit, making it difficult for them to find the way. They were lost. Luckily they stumbled upon the home of Mr. Badger. They knocked the door and Mr. Badger opened it. He welcomed them and let them inside. He alse gave the the porridge and clothes to Mole and Rat.

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Book: Charlotte’s Web by E. B. White

charlotte webI have watched the movie Charlotte’s Web so I picked that novel after reading Winnie the Pooh. Actually, I wanted to read Totto Chan, but the book is so thick it sacres me. Then I thought I would read Charlotte’s Web  first instead of Totto Chan. Here is the story of Charlotte’s Web. 

Fern’s father, Mr. Arable went out with an axe. Fern asked her mother, “Where’s Papa going with the axe?”

Fern’s mother said, “Last night, some piglets were born. And one of them is a runt, so he needs to kill it. The runt is so weak.”

Fern yelled. She stopped his father from killing the piglet. She took his axe and put it away. Then her mother gave the pig to Fern because Fern wanted to keep him. After she saved the piglet, Fern was thinking to name him. She got an idea! She named the pig Wilbur.

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Book: Winnie the Pooh by A. A. Milne

poohThe book Winnie the Pooh was waiting after I finished Pippi Longstocking. There are ten chapters or ten stories in the book. I am going to write only two interesting stories I like the most. And those are the chapter one and chapter two.

We Are Introduce to Winnie the Pooh and Some Bees, and the Stories Began

This is the beginning of the story.

Winnie the Pooh walked downstairs. He made sounds like bumb, bumb, bumb. Christopher Robin was in front of him. He pulled him down because he liked it when he was making sounds. His father told Christopher Robin a story of Pooh.

One day, Pooh went out side and he sat on a log. He saw a tree with some bees on it. He thought that if there’s a bee, he could get honey. So he climbed the tree. He climbed, climbed, climbed. The Pooh sang a little song to make him happy. He kept singing until the branch cracked.

Pooh said, “Ooowwwww!”

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