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Two Boys
By Robert Stark
Genre: Visual Arts Level: Elementary 4-6
Category: Student Examples

Robert Stark's maskOne day a long time ago in an Eskimo village there was a time of starvation. All the animals were hiding from the hunters. No one could get enough to eat.

In that village there were two young boys named Rio and Hunter. Rio and Hunter were young hunters.

They wanted to go out with the other hunters but the other hunters wouldn't let them.

Soon the two boys decided to go hunting by themselves.

While they were out hunting they found a bear track and hunted the bear down. They brought back the bear and everyone had enough to eat for that night.

The next day the two boys went out and found two bears, a walrus and three rabbits. They brought the animals back and everyone had lunch.

That night Rio and Hunter got enough food for two whole villages. There was a feast that night.

The other hunters were beginning to want Rio and Hunter to come with them because Rio and Hunter were catching something.

Soon the animals came out and the people had enough to eat for the rest of their lives.

The End

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About the Author: Robert Stark attends Willard Bowman Optional Elementary School in Anchorage, AK.
 

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