My books, evidently, have meant a lot to me over the past years. Whenever I am particularly bored, I simply retrieve a book from the top of my bookshelf. It could be any book-science fiction to picture ones to chapter books.
I would be greatly agitated if my entire collection of books were to be donated, or taken away. I would least like to be parted from my beloved books, as all books are different in stories, text sizes and coloured illustrations (except for all the books that were printed as an exact replica of another book).
The range of books I have had since I was five, include: picture books, science fiction books, chapter books, real stories, normal fiction books, non-fiction books and even a “learning numbers and shapes” colouring book.
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I beamed at my piano teacher, and began playing the first lines of ‘Canon in D Major’ by Johann Pachelbel, arranged by Fred Kern. My teacher’s foot repeatedly hit the ground, like a metronome. Shortly after she had explained how and when to play the notes, she asked,” So you understand it now?” I nodded quietly.
” Very good; now we shall look at the Menuett by Mozart.”
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Adeline furrowed her brow as she checked her plastic wrist-watch, for the third time that afternoon. The time still showed two-twenty-nine, as it had previously one hour ago.
Out of curiosity, Adeline carefully stepped downstairs and into the kitchen. She immediately strode over to the clock hanging on the wall opposite the windows. The time on there showed two-thirty. “Al this time, has only one minute passed?” She muttered in disbelief as she checked her wristwatch again.
“This is becoming stupid,” decided Adeline.”I’d better call Sylvia and ask her what in the world is happening to the assortment of clocks.” Continue reading “What Would Happen if all the Clocks stopped?”
“Sophie…Sophie, come and eat me! My delicious, crispy leaves are beyond your taste buds!”
The faint, lettuce smells from my dinner table always satisfy my nose. This is why I have always treasured the Crispy Iceberg lettuce.
Firstly, fresh, thoroughly washed lettuce is wonderfully healthy. They are a flavourable taste to the mouth, and easily disintegrate into shreds. I can eat with just about everything-a range from serving it with spaghetti to dumplings.
Although, I just absolutely HATE red chilli peppers. I only have had one once, but even the tiniest microscopic piece made my entire mouth, throat and nose burn like a raging fire. I have never liked their red surface
Joe had never ever seen in his life such magnificent white cliffs as tall as the sky. He breathed shakily a cloud of grey mist. The white mass of snow seemed to glitter as though it were glitter itself. They were on a hiking expedition.
“Ahem.” Murray interrupted. “How are we going to hike over there?” He pointed one finger at an even steeper part of the enormous mountain, where a valley formed, making a ‘V’ shape.
“We don’t.” Joe replied casually, as if talking about which pet to choose, a macaw or a cat.
BOOM!! A loud grumble escaped out of a deep part beneath the mountains. A good 10 tonnes of snow fell silently from above. “AVALANCHE!!” Both Joe and Murray yelled together. The earth seemed to be speaking in a low rumble of its own. Joe scrambled alongside Murray, who was shaking badly. A slippery piece of ice caught Murray’s foot and he slided freely at 124 kilometres an hour towards the base of the cliffs.
BAM! The heavy snow was now tumbling fiercely just behind Joe, who was trying his best to not go into shock, and faint. That was when Murray skidded to an icy ledge, where the ice stuck on his foot fell off, down below into a snowy canyon that yawned so deep and wide, Murray couldn’t see the bottom. His arms were sore. He was too young to die, in a 1,500 metre fall, but it was better than painfully getting hypothermia and suffocating in 80 tonnes of snow. Murray unclasped his tiny, icy ledge… Continue reading “Avalanche!”
I still remember clearly the first time I ever learnt to swim, back in 2014. It was quite fun and an interesting experience, as I had never learnt to swim before; my Mum was with me.
I nervously clung tightly to my swimming bag, and my feet were shaking. I followed my Mum back out to the swimming pool, where several other small children were waiting. Continue reading “My First Swimming Lesson”
Physical Education is an instruction in physical exercise, games and sports, especially in schools or stadiums where important basketball or football games are held and played. I definitely agree that P.E is mandatory for all students, as there are so many reasons ranging being fit to staying happy and healthy with friends and family!
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