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Fishing Gone Crazy!
By Drew Skrocki
Genre: Visual Arts Level: Elementary K-3
Category: Student Examples

Drew Skrocki's maskThere once was a hunter that went fishing and lost his hook. He couldn't fish any more, so he was walking home. He saw a bear and got scared and started to run. He ran onto the ice and fortunately jumped over a seal hole.

The bear came to the seal hole and stopped and waited and caught a seal. The bear went to the hunter and dropped the seal at his feet. The hunter started to tame the bear to catch whales, and only whales.

The hunter ended up with a lifetime supply of whales. His village was very, very happy because they wouldn't have to go hungry again. The hunter gave the bear a special part of every whale.

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About the Author: Drew Skrocki attends Willard Bowman Optional Elementary School in Anchorage, AK.
 

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