Granny Trumptastic – Sharon Marie Jones
1000 words Children 7 – 9 years
Granny has a problem. It’s quite an incredulous one at that. Whenever Granny botty-trumps she blasts off into space. With a giant asteroid hurtling towards Earth, can Granny’s bottom really save the day?
Granny has a problem. It’s something quite unbelievable but pretty amazing if you ask me. You see, whenever Granny lets off a botty-trump, she blasts off into space! It starts off with a rumbling then a grumbling from below. She settles down in her comfy chair and holds on tight to her stockinged legs. ‘Windies on the way!’ she croaks. We quickly grab our pegs from our pockets and clip them on our noses. That’s the only downside, you see. The odour’s really quite repulsive.
Henry’s Stick – Sharon Marie Jones
675 words Children 4 – 7 years
Henry has a stick. Henry’s stick is no ordinary stick. Henry’s stick can fight the pirates who live in his back garden, unearth hidden treasures and can even write S.O.S messages. But one day, Henry’s Mum throws the stick away. Will Henry ever see his stick again?
Henry had a stick. Every day, Henry took his stick to school. Every night, Henry slept with his stick under his pillow. You see, Henry’s stick wasn’t just any old stick. Henry’s stick was truly the best stick anyone could wish for. Henry’s stick helped him to fight the pirates who lived in his back garden.
Little Snowy Rabbit and the Winter Snow – Sharon Marie Jones
600 words Children 3 – 5 years
Little Snowy Rabbit sticks his head out of his burrow one morning and gasps. The world has vanished! He sets off in search of answers, but the world is a very different place hidden under a white blanket. Will the little rabbit find an answer and return home safely?
Little Snowy Rabbit stuck his nose out of the burrow. It twitched as something soft and feathery landed on its tip. He stuck his head right out. ‘Hoppety-boppety,’ he gasped. ‘The world has vanished! What are we going to do?’ He hopped out of his burrow and sank into a vanilla softness.
Maggie-Moo’s Space Adventure – Sharon Marie Jones
630 words Children 7 – 9 years
Maggie-Moo is bored of being a moo-cow, grazing grass all day so when she stumbles across Farmer Fred’s newest invention – a space rocket – off she whizzes on an awesome adventurous adventure.
The cockerel crowed on Sunny Farm for the start of a brand new day. Maggie-Moo yawned a mighty moo then plopped back on her bed of hay. ‘Oh bothery-moo,’ she sighed. ‘I’m bored of being a moo-cow, just grazing grass all day. I wish I could go on an awesome adventurous adventure.’
The House on the Hill – Sharon Marie Jones
600 words Children 6 – 9 years
Nobody knows who lives in the house on the hill. Some say it’s haunted. Some say it hides a hideous ogre. One dark night, Johnny McGee from Number Thirty Three sets out to solve the mystery. What will he find?
There was a house on the hill. Nobody knew who lived there. Verity Bumpton said it was a haunted house. ‘There are ghosts and ghouls that come out in the night,’ she said. Barney Dibble said that an ogre was hiding inside. ‘He has one ginormous eye and he eats anyone who dares to pass by.’
The Monstrous Biscuit Mission – Sharon Marie Jones
570 words Children 4 – 7 years
George can’t sleep. His tummy is rumbling and grumbling. So George tiptoes downstairs to find a yummy chocolate biscuit. To his horror, the biscuit tin has been placed on top of the tallest cupboard. How will George ever get to the biscuits? And who else is creeping about looking for biscuits?
It was late at night but George couldn’t sleep. ‘My tummy’s rumbling and grumbling,’ he sighed. George decided to get something to eat. As quiet as a mouse, he tiptoed down the stairs. On the kitchen table, he saw the bowl of fruit, but shook his head.