As we approached ‘World Book Day’, we joined together as a class to write our own class story. Every child in the class was given the task of adding to the story, eventually building it up over time

You are all amazing writers and I’m sure when it is finished it will be an excellent story. Good Luck year 6.



Ellie-Jo · 15th January 2017 at 11:11 pm

I can’t wait to start writing the book. It’s going to be great!


Mrs Grugel · 16th January 2017 at 11:31 am

He had warned her about the book. Now it was too late…

It all started four months ago when Annie was walking home from high school. As she walked past Linden’s Library,it looked warm and welcoming. It was a bitterly-cold winters evening so she stepped slowly inside, trying to escape from the cold. Mr Linden (who was the owner of the library) was sat at his wooden desk, peering over his cracked spectacles. Everyone in the neighbourhood thought Mr Linden was a peculiar, old man; however, Annie quite liked him.


    Maisie · 16th January 2017 at 8:20 pm

    She began to gaze around the sizeable, spacious library and felt a lot more warm and welcome. She leisurely strolled over to Mr Linden’s desk, where the old librarian was busy, checking in returned books. As he peered over his glass spectacles, he began to recognise Annie’s face, as she frequently visited his library.
    “Hello Annie!” he beamed.
    “Hello Mr Linden!” she replied cheerfully. “Do you know where I could find the horror books?” she questioned. Mr Linden’s eyes widened.
    “Yes my dear, you will find them straight down aisle 6 and then to your left.” Mr Linden replied.
    “Thank you!” she said with a smile and she set off to find the book she wanted to read.
    As she slowly walked up and down the row of books on the shelves (in search of the book of which she desired) a strange looking book caught her eye. She noticed it had a sort of gold-looking lock on it; she began to get suspicious.


      Ellisa · 17th January 2017 at 5:53 pm

      Curious,she wondered what the gold lock was for. Annie looked around realising there was no key for the special lock. She also noticed that there was no title on the book. This puzzled her.What was even more obscure, was that the book had a sticky note on it saying-“BE WARNED, DON’T READ OR PICK ME!” Despite all this, she cautiously dragged the mysterious book off the old,dusty shelf. Annie thought that the note was just some young kids messing about. She managed to get the book off the wooden shelf; she stopped and stared at it. At that moment, Mr Linden popped his shiny, bald head round the bookcase to check on Annie. He found her with the book. Panicking, he shouted, “Stop Annie, stop!” This made Annie jump like a scared frog. She stopped and looked around.
      ” Annie, that book is dangerous!” yelled Mr Linden.
      “Yeah Yeah whatever,” muttered Annie.
      ” I’m warning you, it is truly dangerous,” replied Mr Linden.
      “Ok,” said Annie looking nervously around.
      Annie could see the fear in Mr Linden’s face; she carefully placed the book back on the shelf. Now she was filled with even more curiosity but she knew she would have to return for the book later…


        Joe · 18th January 2017 at 5:14 pm

        Whilst walking home, an idea came to her. Her mum worked at Linden’s Library every weekend so that Mr Linden could spend quality time with his beloved wife. So she devised a plan. Whilst her mother was working at the library, she would go in and get the old, dusty book from the shelf. She just had to wait till nine am on Saturday.
        Saturday arrived, the sun rose and woke the alarm clock. Filled with excitement, Annie jumped out of bed, quickly got dressed and sprinted down to the Library. Out of breath, she pushed the library door open to see her mum tidying up the bookshelves. Annie gave her mum a quick wave before rushing to aisle 6. With a quick glimpse around (to check no-one was watching) she reached for the book, anxious to see what was inside. Worried that her mum would know the books secret, she slipped the book into her bag and went straight home to find out what was inside…


          Ryan · 20th January 2017 at 7:37 pm

          As she casually walked home, she continued to wonder about the different words that the book contained and was still baffled as to why the book had a lock but no key. With the bag in her hand, she opened the door into her home- number ten Linder Lane, eager to explore the books contents. She athletically ran up the stairs straight to her bedroom and slammed the door behind her. From the bottom of the stairs her dad (Damion) shouted, “Hi Annie!”
          “Hi dad!” she replied. Annie carefully took the book out of her bag and curled up on her bed with it. With no key to open the lock, Annie hunted around her bedroom for a hair grip to pick it. When she returned to the book, she was surprised to see that the book had opened automatically. She started reading but nothing ‘dangerous’ happened. At that moment, her dad shouted, “Lunch is ready!” She carefully put the book under her quilt and went downstairs, forgetting to close the door behind her…


Melissa (Prefect) · 19th January 2017 at 1:13 pm

I can’t wait until we finish the story I’m so excited for when it’s finished.


Cameron · 21st January 2017 at 1:37 pm

its going well so far Mrs grugel


Harvey · 23rd January 2017 at 6:08 pm

Whilst Annie was demolishing her chicken sandwich, a mysterious noise came from upstairs. Scared it was the book, Annie’s first instinct was to blame her big sister Elizabeth, who was always stomping around in her room in a mood. Annie quickly finished her sandwiches then she sprinted upstairs and barged through her bedroom door, ready to erupt like a volcano at her sister. Her pink homely bedroom had clearly been disturbed and there in front of her was Elizabeth with the book open in her hands. She appeared to be in a deep slumber, her breathing looked visibly shallow! Annie looked at the front page of the sacred book to find the contents had changed to riddles. Panic set in…


    Harry Kirk · 24th January 2017 at 7:37 pm

    Annie wondered- what should she do? She was panicking so much that she could barely breathe! PING! An idea flew into her head like an aeroplane! Emily (her best friend) has just moved onto King Street, a few streets down from where Annie lived. This was also the place where Mr Linden’s house was. “I can hide you in the wardrobe!” She whispered to her unconscious sister. She was going to tell her dad that Elizabeth was busy revising for her algebra exam and that she didn’t want to be disturbed. She carefully dragged her to the wooden wardrobe and opened the creaky door. Annie cautiously placed her sister into the wardrobe. “Are you okay up there Annie?” asked her dad from downstairs.
    Goosebumps crawled onto Annie’s skin. “Um, yes” she nervously replied. She shut the wardrobe door, grabbed the mysterious book and skipped downstairs. She told her dad that she was meeting up with Emily; however, she was actually going to tell Mr Linden about what happened. Annie ran out of her door, forgetting to tell her Dad about Elizabeth. What was she going to do?


      Grace Bilton · 25th January 2017 at 7:14 pm

      Dashing down the road, Annie approached Vibrant Street, which led onto King Street, where Mr Linden lived. Annie was extremely anxious and worried about how Mr Linden would react when she revealed how she had taken the book and what it had done. What if he was mad that she took the book? What if he couldn’t help Elizabeth? As she arrived at the doorstep of Mr Linden’s house, with it’s maroon door, she slowly lifted her right hand up towards the brass, horse-head door knocker. She knocked twice, KNOCK! KNOCK! and cautiously waited for an answer. Annie heard a strange sound coming from behind her in the bushes. As she turned to peer over her shoulder, the door opened with a loud creek of the hinges but no one was stood waiting. Shaking like a leaf, she called nervously, ” Mr Linden, are you there?” There was no answer so she warily stepped inside. In the darkness, she clumsily stumbled over something and fell to the floor, but instead of feeling the impact of the surface she fell straight through an opening .”AAAGGGHHH!!!” she yelped…


Melissa Timms (Prefects) · 26th January 2017 at 12:50 pm

it looks great I cant wait until its done. We’ve all worked so hard on this


Ross · 27th January 2017 at 7:16 pm

Suddenly, Annie hit the cold, hard floor. “OUCH!” she whimpered, which echoed around the dusty room. Unaware of her surroundings, she shakily rose to her feet and checked for injuries. Luckily, she had only sustained a broken nail. As she brushed the cobwebs and dust off herself, she became more aware of the small box-shaped room and noticed some strange, Chinese symbols carved into the dusty wall. This meant nothing to her at this point so she ignored it all. As she looked straight in front of her, she saw a silver, aluminium door standing tall. Annie carefully approached the door to find a pink post-it note blu-tacked onto it. Her fingers shaking, she tugged the note off the door and read it. It said solve the riddle to open me. It soon dawned on her that the symbolic patterns could decode the message written on the note. So she ran back to where she saw all of the symbols. Annie started to read them and all she could get was Mr Linden’s library is the best. Suddenly the door flew open. There was the silhouette of a huge black figure. The figure spoke in a menacing voice, “Hello Annie, I’ve been expecting you…”


Mrs Grugel · 31st January 2017 at 10:32 am

By Alfie

“Who’s there?” mumbled Annie in a worried voice.
Through the darkness, a voice replied, “It’s me, Mr Linden! Don’t be frightened Annie, I have something I need to show you, I know you have the book.”
“How do you know?” Annie asked in a confused voice.
“Come with me, and you will see…” Mr Linden said.
The pair walked through the silver door, and entered a room with a large snow globe in the middle. Inside the peculiar snow globe, was a picture of Annie’s sister (Elizabeth) asleep in the cupboard.Mr Linden explained,”This is what you have caused,You have caused your dear sister to fall into a deep sleep. I told you not to take the book but you didn’t listen,did you? This snow globe is how I monitor everyone who reads this dangerous book.I saw your sister in a deep sleep and Knew you would come to me”
“How did you get it though?”questioned Annie.She was eager to find out about the snow-globe .”It has been in my family for generations along with the book”replied Mr Linden


Helena · 1st February 2017 at 1:50 pm

Concerned, Annie asked Mr Linden,”But how do I wake Lizzie up?”
“We must travel to the Amazon Rain-forest, where a valuable plant named Hakka Kakka grows. We then boil that, along with the plant growing out of your book, to create the potion needed to wake your sister.” Mr Linden told Annie.
Annie took the dusty, crimson book out of her shoulder strapped bag and grasped it in her hand. Strange, green vines poked out of the pages. Annie hadn’t noticed them before, she must have been too busy panicking about her sister to see them growing.
“How do you know this?” Annie enquired.
“You are not the first person to take the book Annie, many other people have taken the book before you. Many of my employees have suffered at the hands of this book.” Mr Linden answered.
“But why did Lizzie fall asleep and not me?” Annie was eager to find out everything about the book.
” The book never curses the person who takes it, only someone they love. Don’t ask me why. I don’t know. Anyway, are you going to Brazil or not? There are only ten days until the curse becomes permanent!”
“Okay, let’s go then!” Annie replied enthusiastically, knowing that it was the only way to save her sister. She grabbed Mr Linden’s bony hand and preceded to run back through the silver door she had just came through.
“STOP!” Mr Linden fixed his gaze on the eager, excited girl stood next to him. “Think of your poor parents! One daughter is asleep in a cupboard, the other one is about to go to Brazil! You have a lot of explaining to do young lady!”
“Okay, fine.” Annie sighed reluctantly. Guilt flooded her mind as Mr Linden lead her through a maze of corridors and staircases until they arrived at his maroon front door. The pair of book lovers walked silently through the quiet streets of Glockwell (Annie’s home town). It was around six o’clock, and the sun had started setting in the sky, leaving it pleasing shades of red, orange and pink. Before she knew it, they had arrived at Annie’s house. With Mr Linden by her side, Annie opened the door at a snails pace and gulped. “Dad, I’ve got something to tell you…”


Ellie-Jo · 1st February 2017 at 6:49 pm

“What do you need to say Annie?” asked Damian (her dad).
Annie hesitated, “Errrrm, I just wanted to errrrm.”
“What is it Annie?” Damian enquired nervously.
Mr Linden interrupted in a firm voice, “Tell him Annie!”
“Ok Dad. Let’s go and sit down,” sighed Annie.
They all went inside, making their way to the living room. Annie began to explain, telling her dad every little detail.
“So, you’re telling me that your sister, my daughter, is trapped in the cupboard in your room, unconscious? All caused by a book? I don’t know if I believe you or not.”
“Why would I lie about this Dad? I know I like to joke but this is too serious! If you don’t believe me, come and look for yourself!” shouted Annie.
Annie showed her dad Lizzie, who was slumped in the cupboard. Shocked to see his beloved daughter was telling the truth, Damian enquired what they needed to do next. “I have to go to Brazil, get a plant, boil it, put it with the vine that’s growing out off the book and then make the potion …
” WAIT Annie! Slow down. You have to go to Brazil? That is NOT happening. I’m sorry Annie but NO!” demanded Damian – in a deep voice.
“It’s the only option Dad,” cried Annie.
Dad reluctantly gave in and agreed. “You better get packing Annie!”
Whilst Annie was packing, Mr Linden explained more about the book, insuring Damian that his daughters, Annie and Elizabeth, will be fine. However, he didn’t mention that they only had 10 days,as he didn’t want him to worry.
Once Annie had finished packing, Damian gave Mr Linden an envelope with some money in for the flight and some food.
The pair then said their goodbyes and left for the airport.

Aeroplanes walked across the sky as Annie and Mr Linden arrived at the airport. “I hope there’s still flights left for the evening. It’s getting late,” said Mr Linden.
They managed to get on a flight, straight to Brazil. Luckily, there was no turbulence either. The plane stomped along the runway as it landed. Excited for her adventure ahead, Annie rushed off the aeroplane straight towards the conveyer belt where her lepoard-print luggage waited for her. Annie was going to finally save her sister!


Andrew Bond · 3rd February 2017 at 12:55 pm

This story is going well so far. I can’t wait until I write my part.


Ella grace ballan · 5th February 2017 at 7:19 am

After collecting her luggage from the large conveyor belt, they both set off on their long adventure to the Amazon rain-forest. Signaling a taxi to pull over in front of the airport terminal, Mr Linden asked the driver politely to take them into town. They had more chance finding a guide there than anywhere else. Hopefully, the guide would help them to find the rain-forest along with the plant. Arriving into Brazil’s main city(Rio de Janeiro)they eventually found a young man named John, who was a guide. John gave them a map of Brazil to help them and offered to go with them. They agreed and started studying the helpful map.
“It is only three miles away.” said Mr Linden
“Okay that’s fine.” replied Annie.
But Mr Linden and Annie didn’t realise it was carnival season and it was going to take a long time until they arrive at the rain-forest…


Morgan Harrison-Wilsher · 6th February 2017 at 7:02 pm

“BEEP! !BEEP!”, shouted a taxi as Annie,Mr Linden and John walked into the road hoping to get across. Cars were at a standstill so they continued up the road in search for a taxi rank. They didn’t have far to stroll until they found one.
“We are trying to get to the Amazon rain-forest, please can you take us there?”John explained
The taxi man replied,” Yes sure ,but it will take a while as the carnival is on!”
“What ,there is never a carnival on in winter!” said Mr Linden in a worried voice.
“Well there is this year,” said the taxi man. A samba rhythm filled the air and dancers spilled out into the street.
John jumped into the taxi, followed by Annie and Mr Linden, hoping that the standstill would not be standing much longer.
However, half an hour went by and they had barely traveled half a mile. Beginning to feel anxious, Annie asked Mr Linden,”Will we make it on time?”
He replied,”I hope so!”


Kristian Astley · 7th February 2017 at 7:46 pm

Once they had arrived at their destination, the Amazon Rain-forest, Annie, John and Mr Linden leapt out of the bumble bee coloured taxi.”Well,that took a long time!” moaned Mr Linden.
“Yeah, a really, really long time,” yawned John.
Annie agreed and asked John where they could stay.
John responded “Unfortunately, we are in the rain-forest- there are no hotels nearby.”
Luckily, Mr linden had thought ahead and had packed a tent. The three adventurers then set off to find a place to set up camp.


Hannah James · 8th February 2017 at 3:14 pm

Stumbling upon some flat ground, they set up their tent and made a small fire to give them light as darkness was approaching. They agreed that they would set off in search of the plant in the morning. Amidst the rainforest sounds, they settled down to sleep under the bright, glistening stars but Annie couldn’t help but think about her sister back home in the cupboard. “I have to get that plant” she said to herself. As morning approached and the birds were singing, Annie was the first to wake and started to pack her belongings. When Mr Linden woke, he went see if John was awake but was fast asleep (on his water bed) when John woke they set off on their journey to find the plant. They walked deeper and deeper into the rainforest, looking high and low for the plant that they desperately needed. Then, out of nowhere appeared a tree with vines hanging down. ” THERE IT IS!” shouted John. “we’ve found the plant”


Joe · 8th February 2017 at 3:19 pm

I enjoy the school book.


Joshua Lewis · 8th February 2017 at 9:19 pm

Mr Linden opened up his rucksack and carefully took out a pen knife. He began to slowly and carefully cut some of the leaves off the vines.
Just at that moment, from behind the bushes, there came an almighty scream. Worried, Mr Linden dropped his knife and with the leaves in his hand, he ran towards the scream. It soon became clear that the scream was that of Johns.
” I was bit by a snake “. John said worriedly. “I think it was venomous and I need help quickly. We need to get an antidote”
Mr Linden bandaged John’s arm and with Annie holding his legs and Mr Linden his arms, the pair carried him back through the rain-forest towards town. With every step, John became weaker and more breathless. Time was running out.
In the distance they could see the sign of a red cross. “There’s the doctors!” shouted Annie in relief. “Hold on John, we’re almost there”
As they approached the door, a sickening feeling came over them. It was shut! During the carnival, all places of work shut. There was nothing more they could do and John knew this. With one final breath, he whispered “Don’t give up Annie. Go and save your sister” and with those final words, he closed his eyes for the last time.


Melissa Timms · 9th February 2017 at 2:48 pm

Saddened, Annie said “what should we do now?” Mr linden replied through teary eyes “I think we should lay him to rest here in the rainforest”
The pair dug a hole beneath the trees and carefully placed John’s body in it. After they had said some prayers, they placed the soil back in the hole and went to find some flowers to place on the earth. Every step they now took was filled with sadness and there was an emptiness to the group. Annie and Mr Linden walked back into town in the search for a taxi to take them back to airport. The streets were still bustling though with colour and samba music. “I’m so tired” said Annie. “I don’t think I can manage a 9 hour flight back home to England” Mr Linden agreed so the pair set off in search for a hotel for the night.


Alexis · 10th February 2017 at 11:11 am

As Annie and Mr Linden walked down the street, they stumbled upon a tourist information centre where there was a map in the window of all the hotels in the area.
Annie was pleased. One hotel in particular caught their eye; the 4 star Brazil de Anne. They had enough dollars left over from what Annie’s dad had given them for the flights. The least they deserved after their traumatic experience was to spend a night in luxury.
The pair set off in the direction of the hotel, weaving in and out of the Brazilian carnival dancers. “Finally,” Annie sighed, they had made it. It looked just as inviting in real life as it did on the map.
“Come on Annie, let’s go inside!” Mr Linden said cheerfully. They stepped into the reception area, where a pleasant young lady was waiting to take their reservation. All checked in, Annie looked at the key card. “Yes! We’re on the top floor.” Annie shouted cheerfully. Too tired to walk up the stairs, the pair waited patiently for the lift. BEEP, BEEP, BEEP. Annie pressed the buttons on the lift and up they went to the top floor, where their room, number 105, was waiting for them. With heavy, tired eyes, Mr Linden said to Annie “Goodnight,see you in the morning.”
Sadly, Annie was thinking too much about John, so it was difficult for her to fall asleep.


Conrad · 10th February 2017 at 3:13 pm

After two hours passed, Annie finally fell to sleep and dreamt about her sister in the cupboard. The alarm clock went off and Annie woke up with a startle. “Morning Mr Linden” said Annie in cheerful voice. “It’s a time to pack up and get to the airport.”
The pair packed up their belongings and went down to reception to call a taxi. The taxi arrived outside the hotel and called Annie and Mr Linden with a beep on the horn. Annie and Mr Linden climb in and waved goodbye to the hotel and the streets of Brazil. It didn’t take them long to get back to the airport, not now that the carnival had finished and the streets were empty. All they needed now was the flight home. As they approached the check in desk, a surge of panic filled Mr Linden as he couldn’t find his passport. Frantically, he searched through his bag but it wasn’t there. “What are we going to do now?” said Mr linden.


Cameron · 12th February 2017 at 2:50 pm

Annie thought it might be back at the hotel. She asked Mr Linden if he thought this could be possible. Frantically, they went back outside the airport terminal and waved down a taxi. “Brazil De Anne please”exclaimed Mr Linden. The taxi driver headed back towards town and to the hotel. Asking the taxi driver to wait for them, the pair jumped out and sprinted towards the reception desk.It was the same lovely lady on the desk who had checked them in the first time. They asked for their key card to their penthouse suite, in the hope that Mr Linden’s passport would still be there.
The lovely receptionist gave them their key card and holding it tightly, they ignored the lift this time an opted for the stairs. As they came to room 105, the pair decided to split up. Mr Linden headed towards the lounge and kitchen area whilst Annie headed outside to the balcony. “I’ve found it!” shouted Annie with relief. The two of them ran back down the stairs, handed the key card back in and out to where the taxi was still waiting for them. “Back to the airport please,” said Annie.


Andrew Bond · 13th February 2017 at 1:22 pm

At top speed, the taxi zoomed to the airport. When it arrived at Rio airport (the biggest airport in South America,) the taxi driver asked the pair for $10.00. After they paid the driver, they frantically sprinted to their terminal; the flight attendant waited for them. They excitedly hopped onto the jet as the countdown begun. 5…4…3…2…1…ZERO! They were airborne!

Whilst resting on a pillow, a young gentleman approached Annie and Mr Linden with a plate of food. When he asked the pair if they would like anything to eat- Mr Linden refused whereas a very tired-looking Annie snatched the plate of food out of the hostesses hand. She hurriedly gobbled down the airplane food and fell back to sleep. Hours passed and neither person had said a word. Then Mr Linden shouted, “Annie!”
She woke up stumbling as she replied, “What?”
“We’re in England! We can save your sister!” Annie was confused and a little bit baffled. Mr Linden yelled as the plane began to land. “Annie, we’re here!” The plane stopped dead; Mr Linden tugged at Annie’s shoulder again. She wasn’t responding so Mr Linden dragged her off the aeroplane. Annie awoke.


Gabriel Noah Nijal Ward · 13th February 2017 at 4:00 pm

As they exited the plan, they walked towards passport control and security. A fierce looking man was sat at his desk, staring at the pair as they approached. “Passport please” said the man in a deep, grumpy voice. Annie and Mr Linden handed over their passports to be checked, all was fine and they were allowed to continue on their way. Their luggage came off the plane fairly quickly and once they had collected this, they set off towards customs. Another mean looking was waiting to check through their baggage. Annie and Mr Linden popped their bags through the scanner “BBBBEEEPPPP” A deafening alarm rang around the room. Like a pack of lions, the guards pulled Annie and Mr Linden to one side, demanding them to open their suitcases.
“Whats happening Mr Linden?”Annie said cautiously but Mr Linden had frozen with fear.He had suddenly become very aware of what was happening.The guard checked the suitcase, carefully examining the plant that they had brought back from Brazil.”I Can explain” said Mr Linden. The guards looked at him with a stern look on their face. Mr Linden began to explain about the plant and how he desperately needed it to help Elizabeth. The guards took pity on the old man, even though they probably didn’t believe him, but never the less they let him and Annie go.


Zach Barker · 14th February 2017 at 2:27 pm

With their mouths dry from a nerve racking experience with the security guard, they both walked away from customs and into the main area of the airport to buy a drink. Now composed and calm, they went outside expecting to see Annie’s dad waiting but he wasn’t there. Annie immediately phoned him but there was no answer . Worrying they might be running out of time, Mr Linden phoned a taxi to pick them up. Thankfully, the taxi company answered the phone and was there within 20 minutes.” Mr Linden quickly opened the door, “Hello, can you take me to King street please?”
“Yes ,no problem” replied the taxi driver.
The pair sat quietly in the back of the taxi,contemplating the events that had gone by.
When they got back to Mr Linden’s house, they opened the front door and went straight into the kitchen to make the potion.

First off, they took a pan and a spoon and carefully placed it on the stove.Next, ever so carefully, they took the plant out of the suitcase and put it into the pan, slowly adding hot water to it and 100g of sugar.
“Now we just need to stir it all together until it makes a smooth paste type drink” said Mr Linden. We can then take it to your house and give it to Elizabeth. Hopefully it saves her life.


Susan · 15th February 2017 at 10:38 am

“I hope Lizzy is going to be okay!” Annie whimpered worriedly. She peered up at the golden clock for the time. Then, Annie informed Mr Linden that they had to set off if they wanted to get home on time. All of a sudden, Annie’s phone started buzzing in the pocket of her coat. Slowly, she pulled the purple phone out and answered the call. “Hello who is it?” Annie asked. “Where are you? Are you back yet?” The voice belonged to her dad. Annie started telling him all about the journey and when they were going to get home. Shouting at Mr Linden, Annie demanded that they needed to go immediately. He pored the sloppy mixture into a large, round bowl. They both set of down the everlasting road to Annie’s home. “Quickly Mr Linden, we NEED to get to Elizabeth!” Annie ordered him to hurry up. The two arrived and as soon as they got there, Annie snatched the potion out of Mr Linden’s hands and charged up the carpet-covered stairs to her bedroom. Carefully, she placed the bowl on her bed and rushed to the cupboard where Elizabeth was waiting in a deep sleep. Calling for her dad, Annie pulled her out the wardrobe and onto the floor. Damion barged through the door to accompany Annie. “It will be okay.” he said trying to assure her everything was going to be alright. Tears in her eyes, Annie pored the gloopy mush down Lizzie’s throat and waited. The two sat there patiently, in silence, for five minutes . No movement. Her father placed his head on her chest and then looked up at Annie. He shook his head with a devastated expression on his face. Tears rolled down Annie’s face like a waterfall. She fell into her fathers arms and cried louder then she had ever cried before. Mr Linden popped his head round the door to see the two. “I’m really sorry.” Suddenly, a familiar voice asked, “Why are you all crying?” Everyone turned there heads to see Elizabeth sat bolt upright. “LIZZY!” Annie screamed and she dived on her sister. Elizabeth had been saved.


Alicia · 15th February 2017 at 11:25 am

As the pair cuddled for what felt like forever, Mr Linden and Damion discussed their plans to destroy the book. What were they going to do? When the sisters had finally stood up, they too thought about how they never wanted this to happen again.
Annie could not express how much she wanted to thank Mr. Linden for everything he had done. She ran over to him and gave him the biggest hug ever!
“And now its time to get rid of the book!” Annie shouted.
They all headed downstairs, but one thing was still playing on Mr. Linden’s mind.
“We can`t take it back to the library because it`s too dangerous for anyone else to get hold of!” Mr. Linden said. He had an idea! They would go to Mr. Linden’s house and drop it down the mysterious, gloomy hole, where all the other books lie. So that’s what they did.

Hurriedly, they all dashed to Mr. Linden’s house to drop the book. Entering the large, rusty gate Annie and Lizzie ran over to where the hole started.
“3…..2…..1…… DROP!” They all shouted with relief as the book crashed onto the many other books.



Susan :D · 27th February 2017 at 1:05 pm

I really enjoyed writing my part for our class book. I think we all did a really good job. Also I cant wait until we get our published piece on world book day!

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