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Wambat
by Crissy M Foster

Tuesday, August 21, 2007
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In case you all didn't know, my 8 year old daughter is also a writer. She has written many stories. This is one she wrote at school when she was six. I thought it was cute.

My pocket pal is a wambat, her name is Bri Ann, she likes to sneak on other people. She likes to sneak on animals too. She loves to crawl and she is really good at it.


Her favorite color's are yellow, pink, purple and brown. 


Her favorite food is peanut butter and jelly sandwich.


My pocket pal is too young to go to School. She is so shy. She is one year old, when she turns five she will start school.


She really likes to color, but only with her favorite colors.


She gets really angry really easily, so I have to be nice to her.


She loves to take pictures, she takes them of different things and then they scare her when she sees them and she scares other people when she gets scared.


She comes out when I am awake and sleeps when I sleep but sometimes she crawls in my bed and often times she wakes me up in the middle of the night.


I hate that, so I yell at her and then she will go back to sleep.


I also laugh with her. But the most best thing I like about my pocket pal, is that she watches T.V. with me.


 


Love, Cerrina Foster.


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Reviewed by George Thompson 8/22/2007
Enjoyed reading this with a child's perspective. Really good!

George
Reviewed by Art Sun 8/22/2007
Talented as her mother...

a joy to read one who at a young age begins her journey...

nice work.....

Art Sun...
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 8/21/2007
A mighty fine and brilliant piece, six years old you say! Thought I was walking along with her and her pocket pal......

Be safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 8/21/2007
Wow! That's a lot of smart writing for a six-year-old. Congratulations Cerrina! You're destined to be a great writer. Thanks for sharing this tribute with us. Cheers
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader) 8/21/2007
Children have a habit of enticing our hearts. Victor
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 8/21/2007
Great story, Cerrina! You've got a headstart as a writer and your mom as a "tutor." Good for you. Thanks for sharing this, Crissy. Love and best wishes to you both,

Regis
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