My Story Project: The Village and the Towers (by Asma)

Once upon a time, there were three towers in a village. They were called Jackson (the small one), Leila (the middle one) and Lick-Lick (the tallest one).

And, one day, it was the tallest tower’s birthday. The people in the village pretended that they didn’t know that it was the tallest tower’s birthday.

And then, the people shouted “Happy birthday.” And the tower said, “Why are you shouting ‘happy birthday’? It was just a joke.”

The next day, it was actually the tallest tower’s birthday. He shouted, “It’s my birthday!” but the people in the village did not believe him. The people in the village said, “We’re not celebrating your birthday.”

But then, the people in the village said, “It was just a joke – of course we will celebrate with you!”

Then, the tallest tower was upset and went to his bedroom, closed the door and didn’t open the door for a whole month. And then the people in the village were all sorry.

And then the tallest tower turned into a little child because his brother Jackson and sister Leila were getting angry and said that they never wanted to see him again.

Then, the tallest tower was friends again with his brother and sister. Then they were really big and they went to a different place and their parents were crying because they went to a different place.

Then they came back to visit on an aeroplane, and the Mum and Dad were hugging everyone, even the children.

Then they went back and put on a big show which was so loud that it woke the neighbours up. Then the police came, so they said sorry. When they said sorry, the police let them go. The police told them not to be so loud when they were playing music, they said okay and then they went back home.

Author: ttlcic

Talk Together London is a social enterprise with charitable objectives registered as a ‘community interest company’ or 'CIC', creating and sharing resources and delivering lifelong learning services since 2006.

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