One day on April 15 I ( My brother) Was walking to Knowles Field. He was going to try out for the Sting team!!! “When I grow up want to play for Manchester City.” said my brother. P.S. It is I the Premier league. “My favorite people are Pala Dybla, Leo Messi, Christian Pulisic and Abraham.” My brother said. “For try outs I got the team!!” my brother told me. “Our team was voting for if we should be Manchester City or Chelsea!!” My bro said. The best striker from Manchester City or Chelsea would come teach us soccer if we pick their team. We all picked Chelsea. Even though we liked Manchester City. Chelsea had a better striker so I had to pick them. Abraham was going to come all the way from Chelsea to come teach us soccer!!!
Mysteries get you hooked in. They can be scary, not scary, or in the middle. Or they can be plain right out funny! That’s what makes a mystery special!
The parts of a mystery story begin with the introduction of the character or characters. The main character. Then the mystery begins when the detective or detectives get notified that there is a problem to solve. Clues come next, where they find little hints that help them figure out answers to the problem(s). They put all the clues together to figure out an answer, and solve the case.
Three things I think are important about Aesop are: he is smart, he tells good stories, and he was put in a book.
Two things I think are important about fables are: they teach you life lessons, and they have good morals.
One thing I still wonder about Aesop is: how old did he live to? Also, how did everyone understand his stories?