Maine The Detective: The Case of The Money Thief

There once lived an average girl named Maine Silver. She was 12 years old and excelled in school. She had long, wavy, brown hair, along with her beautiful brown eyes and cherry red lips.
 
She wanted to be a detective when she grows up, but who says you can’t start now?
 
“Lisa! Lisa! Lisa! You will not believe what just happened!” Maine caught up with her blonde friend.
“Hi, what’s up?” Lisa asked smiling at her friend.
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“Teacher Cherry said we will have a surprise quiz!!!!” Maine reported in distress, Lisa’s smile faded.
“Oh no! I haven’t even reviewed!” Yelled Lisa who didn’t like reviewing that much.
The first bell rang, time to go to Teacher Cherry’s class, Math.
“Alright students! I have good news! We will have a short quiz!” Teacher Cherry announced.
“NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!” Her class yelled.
“YESSSSSS!” Teacher Cherry laughed copying their tone.
While Teacher Cherry got out her stuff, Maine continued designing her trusty detective notebook.
A scarlet ribbon over there, some purple glitter over here, and her trusty pink pen.
“Perfect!” Maine admired her masterpiece.
Then she heard Teacher Cherry screech, her head jolted to see Teacher Cherry desperately looking for her “lucky” pen.
“Lucky?! Come to mama!” Teacher Cherry searched in a immature tone.
  “Alright, you may start reviewing while I search for Lucky.” Teacher Cherry announced in a verge of crying, all the kids cheered while Maine looked at her desperate teacher.
She decided to go to her.
“Ms. Cherry,” Maine started, Teacher Cherry looked up at her,”would you like me to help look for your pen?” She continue.
Teacher Cherry wiped a few tears away.
“Of course dear, that would be a big help.” Teacher Cherry smiled kindly at her, Maine smiled back and returned to her seat which was next to the most popular girl in 6th grade, Olivia Julie.
“My purse!!!” She heard Olivia yell, all eyes focused on her.
“My purse is missing! I put it in my bag before I left for school! Somebody took it! And that somebody must be Melissa!” Olivia cried pointing towards Lisa.
“I-I didn’t do it! I swear!” Lisa retorted about to cry.

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The Good Witch’s Apprentice

Chapter 1: How It All Started

‘SCREEEEEEEECHHHHH!’ The sound of the moving truck annoyed all the happy children.

New neighbors are coming, even though children are playing, they didn’t bother to greet their new neighbors.

A man and a lady with their two daughters came out, one girl looked like a 10 year old, while the other looked like a 8 year old.

“Hello! Welcome to Sannyville!” A nice man greeted them happily.

“Nice to meet you,” The man happily replied,”This is my wife, Sandy, and my two daughters Jillian and Julia.” He continued.Julianna Horres

“Nice to meet you too, I am Josh, Josh Lemerson. My wife’s name is Lorrain, and I have two sons and one daughter.” The nice man replied, along came two other men.

“I am Liam Kirkson,” One of the men smiled,

“I am Carl Johnson.” The other man continued, they all smiled, Mrs. Sandy Horres invited their three new neighbors for dinner at 6:00.

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The real meaning of ‘new’ – a short story

kids army friendsOnce upon a time, there lived a girl named Carrie.

Carrie has a big sister named Kayla.

Carrie is 6 years old while Kayla is 12 years old.

One day, Carrie and Kayla were playing dolls when a question came in Carrie’s head.

“Kayla?” Carrie called.

“Yes Carrie?” Kayla responded.

“Mrs. Valiensyo, my Sunday school teacher said that we can be ‘new.’ What does that mean?” Carrie asked. Continue reading

True Friendship – a short story

Once upon a time, there lived a 11 year old girl named Alissana. (A.K.A Alissa)
Alissa and 11-year old Athena are best friends and loved to hangout together.
“Hey Athena! Let’s play at the park later!” Alissa invited her friend, but Athena made a excuse.
” I can’t… I…. Uh… Have… to rake our yard.” Athena then ran away.
“What’s up with her? She usually likes to play with me.” Alissa thought to herself. Continue reading

God can make things new

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Once upon a time, there lived a girl named Carrie.

Carrie has a big sister named Kayla.

Carrie is 6 years old while Kayla is 12 years old.

One day, Carrie and Kayla were playing dolls when a question came in Carrie’s head.

“Kayla?” Carrie called.

Yes Carrie?” Kayla responded.

“Mrs. Valiensyo, my Sunday school teacher said that we can be ‘new.’ What does that mean?” Carrie asked. Continue reading

A Poem: Summer Time

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Summer time shows the beauty of nature in the Philippines.

I love the summer breeze flow through my hair,

I never knew a sun we cross my eyes would be so fair,
The yummy apples go through my tongue as I feel my bones get stronger and stronger,
Oranges pass through my tongue with their delicious taste and oh, I wish its sweet juice stays,

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A Poem About Friends

Hi guys! Sorry I haven’t been posting for so long! But here’s a nice poem for you. I’m quite laggy so I can’t post my story yet.

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You’re my friend,

Who God send,

To care for me,

Living free.

You’re my friend, 

I’m you’re friend,

Stuffing words,

That makes me curl,

Friends are kind,

And up lined,

God sent friends to be you’re sis or bro,

I will go,

And stay strong,

And say to the world strongly,

That you’re my friend,

I will mend.
I hope you liked it!