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The Bear
By Jonathan Ning
Genre: Visual Arts Level: Elementary 4-6
Category: Student Examples

Jonathan Ning's maskOne day in the village Pikamhn, a bear on a purple, black, green and blue skateboard rolled into the market and stole three heads of cabbage and a fish. He got away. Everybody in the market was scared and confused. The market's owner's little boy called up the hunter.

So the hunter came but he was too late. The bear was skating five miles an hour out of the village.

The hunter gathered a group of hunters from the village to track the bear down. However, the roller blade tracks ended on ice. The bear could not be found because the ice was a hundred miles long.

Three weeks later the bear came back in an airplane. It crashed into the market. Eight people were injured and five people killed. Blood was spewing everywhere. The bear stole 25 fishes, 10 pounds of blackberries, and 20 cabbage heads. The crashed plane exploded as the bear put on his spinning hat to escape.

The hunter came and shot down the bear. The people were so thankful that the bear would not be coming back to steal their food. Then they threw a bear party that lasted three days and called it Thanksgiving on the last day of November.

The End

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About the Author: Jonathan Ning attends Willard Bowman Optional Elementary School in Anchorage, AK.
 

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