“But I’m afraid, it’s the last one”, he said. Sam and I are on a mission to save all the books in the world before the Nazis burn them all up. We have walked such a long way and escaped from the death camps but saving the last book in the world is even a bigger responsibility. I am scared, what if I get caught by a Nazi soldier? I remember what Freddy my Dad would say; never stop believing in yourself. I run even faster to get away, I’m still not safe, I run into a Soldier, I’m doomed!
Tomorrow we will be starting a new Term and I’m sure you all can’t wait to get back into the swing of things! 🙂
On a serious note, you MUST all bring in a book to read tomorrow morning as has been the expectation all year. If you do not do so, you will be out of the Homework Club!
See you all bright and early in the morning!
Miss B xo
The quiet rustles of many bushes, interrupts my sleep. The surroundings catch my eye, as the uneven surface beneath me, scratch my arm. Trees? Bushes? How did I end up in some isolated forest? I notice a log to rest on, so I waddle over the leafy path, to reach the wood. After a few minutes, I decide to go for a little walk. The forest seemed alive as I scamper through the messy track, clearing leaves as I stroll. Stumbling over twigs, the lengthy pathway is leading to nowhere. As I begin to head back, the environments are familiar…