2007/9/11-The story of the treasure seekers

  • what happened  -> There are a big family with many daughters and sons. Their mom died and they are living with their father, but their father’s business got in to the bad mood. Therefore, they are not rich that they did not have enough money to buy new furnitures. One day, they were discussing how to get the money. There were many opinions but they chose the final decision which is to dig the ground. While they were digging, Albert, the person who lives next came. Therefore, they asked hime to help them. Suddenly, he went in to the hole, so they took him out. Something was twinkling under the ground! They found the money! They considered what to do with that money, and the final decision was to go to the newspaper company and sell Noel’s poems, while they were in the train, they met the famous poem writer. She saw their poems and said it is really good. When they arrived, the boss of the newspaper company saw the poems and gave much money to the children. After that happened, they played in the park with the princess but they did not know that she was the princess at first. They were playing robber game. The prisoner was Albert so they sent the letter to his uncle to take some money. Therefore, his uncle came and gave a little amount of money from the pocket.
  • what will happen next?
  •    ->I think they will keep try to collect money to help their father.

  • how did you feel about the parts you have just read?
  •  ->I think some stories are kind of do not make sense and not really interesting to me.

  • if there is anything to change, how would you change it?
  •   ->I will write more about people’s feeling which makes us the story to be interesting rather than only writing what was happened.

  • any questions you might want to ask the writer or the characters in the story?
  •   ->I want to ask all of the children how can you be brave like that to go to the newspaper company and sell your poems.


    September 11, 2007. Uncategorized.

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