Andrew McPherson, 5, Edinburgh
Amy's tiger was naughty. He was very naughty. He crashed down the car. He chewed Amy's slippers. He gobbled up a tiny rabbit. He yomped down a ship that was harboured. He did all sorts of things.
But I am telling the story, not Amy. One day the tiger ate Amy.
Beth Mindel, 6, London
THE WAY HOME
Once upon the ground where palm trees grow there were two elephants. One was called Jack and he was going to the beach with his mother. They got there. Jack jumped into the sea. The sun began to set. "It's time to go home," called Jack's Mum.
"No!!!!" replied Jack.
"OK," shouted his Mum over the sound of the waves and she left with a basket of bananas.
When she had gone Jack felt cold. He walked up the beach. He saw a banana trail. He followed it. When he got to the end he found his Mum and another banana. "Get me that."
He meant "please", but he forgot to say it.
"That's the moon," laughed his Mum.
Gregory Feldwick, 6, Bath.
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