August 2019 Stories #storywritingwithplay

STORIES & PHOTOS August 2019: Here are eleven delightful stories written by participating children and familiers. Read them and scroll to the Photo Gallery section to view the amazing Lego creations of the participants – ranging from magical balloons, monsters in the zoo and spaceships of the future to WWII ditches in history.

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TTLCIC Story writing event for families in the library - August 2019

STORIES AND PHOTOS

STORIES

August 2019

The Magical “Mess-Merising” Orange Ballloon (bySpiderboy)

Once upon a time there was a happy family with three kids. And they loved reading books and going on a drive in their car and doing music.

And every day they made a big mess because life has its ups and downs and sometimes strange things happen.

Until one day there came an orange balloon from space to enter the mess and they all danced together.

And because of that it got even more messier. So, they got in their car and drove away.

And because of that the orange balloon wanted to help them with tidying up. It transformed into a hoover and it tidied up and then washed all the dishes!

Until finally it prepared a beautiful vegan environmentally friendly and sustainable dinner for the whole family.

And ever since there’s been no mess and mum and dad lived happily ever after.

The Zoo (by Inga & Angus)

Once upon a time there was a zoo with judges.

And every day people came to the zoo to see the animals’ show.

Until one day the zoo was full of water from the rain.

And because of that the seal saw a monster, and the monster was a flood monster.

And because of that he nearly flooded the zoo!

Until finally the zoo keeper came and then everyone was in the water and everyone was sick. And the flood monster had three legs and two flooded dresses!

And ever since the flood monster visits the zoo once a year.

Story of Ancient India (by Pallavi)

Once upon a time there was a resort in ancient India.

And every day people used to come and have truck rides in the resort.

Until one day the resort was closed because there was an attack which involved many people.

And because of that the resort was destroyed and turned into a forest.

And because of that lots of animals stayed safe.

Until finally people could visit the forest, enjoy the nature and beautiful animals and views.

And ever since the attack, they learned that it is not safe to build resorts in the middle of the forests.

The Spaceship in My Garden

Once upon a time there was a little girl called Illy.

And every day she played with her grandma.

Until one day a spaceship landed in the garden with an astronaut and two princesses.

And because of that Illy wanted to go to space, especially the moon.

And because of that she went inside, packed a lunch and headed for the spaceship.

Until finally they set for the moon. After landing on the moon, Illy played hide and seek with the Princesses and then returned home.

And ever since Illy has wanted to go to the moon again.

Princess Karma (by Kuku)

Once upon a time there was a lovely princess called Karma. She lives with her parents and sister.

And every day she wakes up early and goes to her favourite nursery named ‘Little Beez’ and has fun with the other children.

Until one day her father told her that he got a job in the UK.

And because of that they moved to London.

And because of that Karma is missing her friends in her hometown and she always says that she is bored.

Until finally her mum just knew about an event near home to have fun, at the North Kensington Library.

And ever since Karma became happy and wanted to go there everyday.

The Colourful House (by Sabel)

Once upon a time there was a house with colourful walls

And every day the people inside the house loved to sing.

Until one day the people stopped singing.

And because of that they had to find a magic crystal singing ball.

And because of that they went to find it.

Until finally they found it.

And ever since people have been singing everyday.

The Amazing Astronauts (Kalia)

Once upon a time there were two amazing astronauts who loved to ride around in their very very fast rockets.

And every day they would take a lovely stroll in their astronaut suits and helmets.

Until one day a volcano erupted and everybody panicked (even the aliens).

And because of that everybody had to move so they wouldn’t get hurt.

And because of that they were all very sad to leave all their belongings behind.

Until finally the astronauts flew to the moo  for the first time because they were always dreaming of going there.

And ever since they were so happy because they achieved their dream.

Put in House (by Fenne)

Once upon a time ah! Once time book. Yes.

And every day yeah. My sitting on it. Happy.

Until one day, one day, one day, put in car. Make noise.

And because of that yeah. Yeah. Ummm … mm … one day.

And because of that and, hey inside!! Sit inside.

Until finally yeah, book. This book. Ahh … this book.

And ever since yeah. Yeah. May sit on it.

Story Princess (by Mila)

Once upon a time there was a little girl that was coming to her little house where there were little cakes.

And every day they keep on walking whichever way they want to.

Until one day they walked to have a new dress and it came.

And because of that their mummy said they weren’t allowed to wear it.

And because of that they sneakily got it on.

Until finally they got back home.

And ever since they sleep again.

Penguin Party (by Christine Turner)

Once upon a time there was an only penguin girl. Her name was Angelina.

And every day she sat in her bedroom and cried her eyes out.

Until one day someone came to her and said ‘Come, let’s throw a party!’

And because of that she invited all the penguins in her neighbourhood to her party.

And because of that she had so many friends that she didn’t really know some of them

Until finally she knew everyone because they shared soda and juice, ate sandwiches and cake together and chatted and swam in the pool.

And ever since they’ve had a penguin party every month!

WWI (by  Jeffry Fartsworth)

Once upon a time everything was peaceful.

And every day people got along.

Until one day Archduke Franz Ferdinand got assasinated.

And because of that people got angry.

And because of that they started war.

Until finally it stopped.

And ever since it was peaceful again, or, was it?

PHOTO GALLERY

August 2019

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TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
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TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
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TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
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TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
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TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
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TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
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TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
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TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
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TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC - Story Writing with Play, August 2019
TTLCIC – Story Writing with Play, August 2019

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