Londin, Age 9
West Sand Lake Elementary
Once upon a time there was a family living in Paris. There was a little girl named Londin with her cat, Paris, her dog, her parents and her five brothers. It was a nice summer day walking around the Eifel Tower. Then they went back to the house Londin is calling
“ Paris, Paris.’’ Londin searches the whole house and she does not find Paris. “ Mom, Mom,’’ Londin called. “ Do you know where Paris is?’’ “ No I do not sorry Londin,’’ Mom said. “ I can’t find her I think she got out when we left. Can you, Dad, the boys, Rocco, and I go look for her?’’ “Hey Marty, Gavin, Logan, Taten, Carson. Can you come down here? I think Paris got out when we went on our walk. Will you guys help me find her?’’
“ Of course,’’ they all said. “ Then let’s go!’’ “ Marty and Taten go look at the stream. Gavin and Carson got the food stand. Logan and I will look at the Eifel Tower. Mom, Dad, and Rocco go to the arcade. Go, go, go!’’ Off they went to find Paris. “ She’s not by the arcade. She’s not by the food or by the stream. She’s not by the Eifel Tower. So none of them found her. There they all sat thinking of where she could be. “ Ruff, ruff,’’ Rocco barked as he ran to the park. “ All of a sudden Londin gasped. ‘’Rocco’s right this is Paris’s favorite place to go. She has to be here!’’ They searched and searched and Rocco sniffed and sniffed but nobody found her. Carson began to complain, “ Where could she be?’’ So everyone kept thinking. “ I got it! I can’t believe we didn’t think of this she loves napping in the car,’’ said Mom. Londin yelled,“ You are so right Mom. Let’s go!’’ Londin looked through the car back and forth. All of a sudden Londin sees something weird that she’s never seen in the car. She touched it. It was purring. “ Mom, you were right! Paris is in here. Paris we are so happy we found you. We were so worried about you!’’ “ Well now that we found Paris let’s go inside and have dinner,’’ said Dad. So they all had dinner and went to bed after a long, long, day and they all lived happily ever after.
Londin Moore, Age 9,
West Sand Lake Elementary School