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The boy who would never learn

What if there was no power?
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If there was no computers and power,
then we couldn't see.

We'd need lots of candles
to see what we should see.

We couldn't go outside,
cause we couldn't see what we need to see.

Unless the big candle in the sky
was shining bright.

Have fun,
– Josie

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6 new storytellers made this great children's story,
"What if there was no power?"
even better by writing...

  1. Storyteller Julie (5) added to the children's story:

    The sun is shining
    shining bright in the sky
    so i can see what i need to see

  2. Storyteller John (14) added to the children's story:

    But I have the power
    and it can all be yours
    for a price.
    Ha ha ha ha ha!

    Watch out
    if you can
    cause there's a new ruler in town
    and his name is
    ELECTRICITY

    ZAP

  3. Storyteller Abby (8) added to the children's story:

    Owwww. That's not very nice.

  4. Storyteller Luke (14) added to the children's story:

    ZAP ZAP

  5. Storyteller Lawrence (15) added to the children's story:

    If there were no electricity we would have to invent new ways to run computers. And light and air conditioning too.

    I want to be an inventer

  6. Storyteller Jon (12) added to the children's story:

    ZAP ZAP ZAP ZAP


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This children's story can be found in the My Baby Monsters Storytelling Library of Children's Stories, under All the Best Kids' Poetry and Poetic Stories. It was written by Josie (Daughter of My Baby Monsters and Child Storyteller) on Wednesday, August 23rd, 2006 at 3:00 pm (Josie Time, UTC +2).

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