The Racoon and the leaf

One Thursday avo a lonely racoon decided to move his cardboard box house from on top of the chair to on top of the table  because it was higher off the ground.

” It’s hard work moving this cardboard box but it’ll be worth it for this position up here”. Then out of no where a sudden gust of wind blew the box and other unknown stuff flawlessly  onto the ground as the racoon picked up the box he noticed some thing underneath it it was a leaf.

“well don’t just stand there pick me up” “what you can talk”.”yea, the magic sky did this……

One Reply to “The Racoon and the leaf”

  1. Hi Thomas,

    I wonder what the raccoon’s primary purpose was for moving the box… Regardless of this, he certainly got more than he bargained for when the magical leaf fell down from the sky.

    My wish for you is to continue practising the conventions for the punctuation of dialogue. I would have loved to see a new line for each different speaker.

    Keep up the good work!

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