by Lynn Johnson
"Cas!" I shout at him across the field, Goners tear at his skin.
"Kris! Come help!" Agust yells, his voice booming through the screeching of Goners. Agust, Jazmin, and Gwen are on the opposite side of us fight a hoard of the zombie-like creatures.
One day two bank robbers named John and Fred were in a car that they stole. Fred said, “I have a good idea!” They were going to go steal money and valuables from the museum, so that’s just what they did.
All the child would eat was bananas and rice, sometimes separately, sometimes mushed together - it was nauseating. But it was worse when he picked his nose and flung the contents on the dining room wall.
The elephant farted as it sat on the ground in a huff. “What in the world did I eat to cause THAT?!” she blushed, looking toward the sun. “Man, maybe I shouldn’t look at the sun without sunglasses.” She began laughing and laughing after she farted.
The red birds were flying all around them telling them to go home - they had no chance of winning the race anyway so why bother trying? But Pip, the smallest of the blue birds, was having none of it.
by Meredith DeLong and Caleb Brown
This story is part of the "Finding Your Voice" creative writing series, which you can learn more about over on the Hackschooling blog!
"Neptune sure does get cold at night..." she said.
"Yeah, and rainy," Jacob replied.
"This sure is a - a nice trip, huh? And picnic?" Belle said
"Sure!" he didn't sound so sure.
"Belle - is that a tornado coming?" he asked.
"Run! To the shack!" Belle yelled.
"This doesn't too safe inside here," Jacob commented.
"Oh my God! The roof just blew off!" Belle screamed.
"Way to state the obvious!" Jacob screamed back.
"To the ship! Hurry, get in! Belle said.
We hope you enjoy one of the Fractured Fairy Tales written by homeschoolers! Here's a dark reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood!
by Meredith DeLong
We hope you enjoy one of the Fractured Fairy Tales written by homeschoolers! Here's a wonderfully creative reworking of Cinderella.
by Meredith DeLong