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The Idea Seeker Digital Newspaper   April 3, 2008 - Issue #39  
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Check out some of the best stories of the week, submitted by kids just like you! Write your own stories in this week's challenges.

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The story continues from this beginning:

One of Skeeter's classmates has decided to challenge him for first chair in the school band's saxophone section. Skeeter is convinced that he's the best saxophone player in school and doesn't need to practice before the challenge. Could Proud Cloud be putting Skeeter in danger of losing his spot in the band? Can Humor Plant Baby help remind him that even good musicians need to practice? Write the rest of the story.

Skeeter was way too full of himself. Kimma came in with her Humor Plant Baby to listen to Skeeter practice, but when she got there, he was on a lounge chair drinking lemonade!

"Skeeter! You have to practice," Kimma said, surprised at what she saw.

"No I don't. I already know I'll win, I'm the best," Skeeter replied.

"Someone is clouded by Proud Cloud," said Humor Plant Baby.

"Humor's right, and we're unclouding you," said Kimma.

"No! How can this be happening?" Proud Cloud screamed as he was swept away.

"Thanks, Kimma. I had no idea I was clouded," Skeeter said as he watched Proud Cloud disappear.

Skeeter practiced really hard and won. It was a great! Write Me A Story

Chelsea - 10 - USA

Once upon a time, in a land not very far away, there was a rabbit named Robby who lived in the forest. One day, Robby was hopping along through the forest, when he came to a clearing. There right in the middle of the clearing was a farm with a Jellybean Tree. Robby loved jellybeans, so he hopped right over to that Jellybean Tree and started eating as many jellybeans as he could. Soon Robby couldn't eat anything more.

Then, he heard voices, "Daddy look, Jellybeans! I want some."

Quickly Robby ran to a bush with a handful of jellybeans in his paws. He then saw a pair of feet running towards the Jellybean Tree. Robby wanted to squeak, "That was his Jellybean Tree", but Robby was too frightened to speak.

Finally, the pair of feet ran away. Robby climbed from the bush and hopped back over to the Jellybean Tree, the jellybeans were all gone!

Then he heard the voice again. "Look Daddy, look at the rabbit under the tree." The pair of feet that actually were the feet of a girl came over to Robby. "Daddy, can we keep him?" The girl pleaded.

"Alright," said the Daddy.

The girl took Robby from under the Jellybean Tree and went to the girl's car. There, in the backseat, were all the jellybeans from the tree. Robby was overjoyed! He started eating right away. He had a stomachache, but besides that, Robby lived happily ever after.



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