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A Fable by Patty Gutierrez
Chapter one : running for the gold Chapter two : who found the gold About The Author
Once upon a time there was a bear named Spooky and a big magic orange cat named Mudfield that lived in the middle of the forest. One day, they decide to cross the woods where it was muddy. Suddenly, they heard a noise go BOOM! There was a boss named the wild tiger, he has big eyes and black fur he was like ”you all need to go find the gold across the bridge right now GO!” We were like “okay, captain!” onomatopoeia
They were running as fast as horses. They even had their eyes popping out. When they got to the bridge, they saw this other group looking for the same gold. They were the red monkey and the wild cat that group are evils. Mudfield said “we are getting that gold”. They said “we are will, but lets see who gets it first”. simile
The red monkey and the wild cat were looking under the water but they didn’t find it, they looked under the bridge, nothing was there! So, finally they heard a noise and it was spooky. The bear said “I found it, I found it!”. They found the gold and took it to their boss and they split the gold in half for Spooky and Mudfield.
So we were at the bridge wHere the water was washing racing to. They stared running and there was a electric pole and the big magic orange cat got on top to see if he see the golden but he didn’t see it instead he got electrical and his fur stuck up like stupid fur so he sat there wasting time but the spoke bear was still trying to find the gold wild the cat was setting there. Metaphor personification
Author is Patricia Gutierrez she lives in Marietta Georgia she goes to griffin middle school she is in 6 th grade she is 12year old.