A Story by Monkey

Once upon a time, there was a Queen named Trina and she ruled the land, she had a son,the prince called Monkey and 3 knights, O, D and L (his brother and 2 cousins)

 

One day a dragon came down and stole the King away,Β  the King tried to fight the dragon, but the dragon was invincible and took him away, so the Queen told monkey that if he got back the king, she would give him and his knights a chocolate bar. Monkey went and told his knights and they discussed which chocolate bar they could have.

So off they went on their horses’ and found the dragons lair and as they went to go into battle, they realised there was 2 dragons, which made them double invincible.

L said we need back up and Monkey said we don’t have any, so D said we should call the firemen. So they called the firemen and when the dragon shot out a big fireball, the firemen used their hose and wiped out the fire. It meant the dragons had no fire and they flew off.

Yippee cried Monkey

Horray said L

Yeaaaaaahh Said O

Whoopie said D

And then they all got on their horses, apart from the King, he didn’t have one so he got onto Monkey’s horse and they all went home

The end

As told by Monkey age 5

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19 Responses to A Story by Monkey

  1. That’s a great start for a budding author, Trina πŸ‘πŸ˜ƒ

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  2. stomperdad says:

    LOL Great story! I see an author in the making here πŸ™‚ I wouldn’t mind being double invincible!

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  3. A great smile for the day πŸ™‚

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  4. Reblogged this on S C Richmond and commented:
    It will make you smile…

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  5. Darlene says:

    Great job, Monkey!!

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  6. I love it! I hope he never loses that fabulous imagination.😊

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  7. Donnalee says:

    Great story. I’d do that for chocolate too.

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