The Race (by Mohamed)

Once there was snow all over the capital city called London in 2012. THERE WAS SNOW EVERYWHERE!!!!! We only cope with London staying at home or driving in the car. The snow was everywhere, what a misery! There was a spider, a snake and a snail, who lived in London. They wanted to know who was the king of snow. It was very early in the morning when they held a race in their home, an adventure centre in West London. I was having my winter holiday. I found out about it because I went to the adventure centre.  Even though it was cold and snowing my mum said okay because I had finished my homework. I got there at seven o’clock and my friend was having breakfast. I had brought sandwiches because I did not have the money for buying breakfast.  Afterwards my friend and I went to our favourite hiding place, behind the slide. That was when we found them fighting.

It was snowing hard.  I meant it. It was really snowing hard but when the snow touched the slide it melted.  So the slide was wet and slippery.  That was when I heard them arguing.

They all were having a big argument about who was the king of running in snow. I said, ‘have a race.’ The race started at the top of the slide but the snake slept, and the spider died so the snail won. The spider died because it broke its leg and got squashed up and died because he couldn’t control himself.  Then the snake slithered and slept under a rock because it was cold.  And the snail celebrated with another slide down again.


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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