Daily Archives: September 23, 2011

Writing in the style of E. Nesbit: Oliver’s scene

  I can write in the style of an author.   “Oy! Where do you think your going?” shouted Cyril but it was too late, the Psammead was buried in his home of sand. Suddenly a shout went up, “Hey … Continue reading

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Writing in the style of E. Nesbit: Elyse’s scene

I can write in the style of an author As the children clambered out of the enormous gravel pit, to their disbelief the very ground began to shake! Then they herd the screams and shouts of men and women, and … Continue reading

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Writing in the style of E. Nesbit: Will R’s scene

  I can write in the style of an author   Vexed with the lamb for throwing sand in Anthea’s eyes, the children walked back up the path, then Robert said, “ What’s that?” “It’s a person.” “Not one, there’s … Continue reading

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Will C’s Sand Fairy Biography

  The sand fairy   The sand fairy also known as Psammead was born 7000 years ago in a small town called Sandown. He was gifted with magic powers. His magic is so powerful it is as powerful as god. … Continue reading

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Writing in the style of E. Nesbit: Josh NB’s scene

    I can write in the style of a author.       Vexed by the Psammead’s intransigence,the children left the gravel pit as fast as hares. The lamb waned to spend a penny but Anthea said, “NO! Do … Continue reading

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Writing in the style of E. Nesnit: Abi P’s scene

I can write in the style of an author   As they walked out of the gravel pit, to their astonishment the very ground began to shake and there were hoards of people racing down the dusty road reaching their … Continue reading

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