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The Idea Seeker Digital Newspaper   July 19, 2007 - Issue #9  
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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.

Idea Seeker Write Me A Story

Chloe, 9, United Kingdom

Skeeter wants to plant a big tree because trees help get CO2 out of the air. But he has picked a tree that is way too big to plant alone and Sloth Cloud has made all of the other Idea Seekers lazy! What will Skeeter and his Hope Plant Baby do to get them to help him? Hope thinks of what they should do to do to get them to help. Skeeter thinks too, what should we do?

Out of nowhere Hope says, "Why can't we ask them to help? If they say no we can say ?well if you don't want to fight CO2 don't help us with our tree.'"

"Yes that a good idea," said Skeeter.

"I know," said Hope, "Cos I said it."

"Hello Skeeter and Hope. How are you two today?" asked Humor.

"Not really happy," said Hope and Skeeter.

"Why not?" asked Humor.

"Well, it's all over a tree," said Hope and Skeeter.

"If you want I can help you with your tree, yes?" said Humor.

"Okay," Hope and Skeeter said.

"So what do you want me too do?" Humor asked.

"Can you get more to help us?" asked Hope.

"Sure, Hope," said Humor, "If you want to get rid of CO2."

"I'll help you, Humor," said Persistence.

"Ok here we go. One more to help us," said Humor, "we need more to help us! We all will help fight CO2.

So they all helped everyone for the week. Write Me A Story

Nathan, 8, United States

Wally the worm lived in a greenhouse. He slept in a beautiful orange pot with sweet organic potting soil. It was warm and toasty in his little pot and the soil was nice and soft. Many of Wally's friends were jealous, because they lived in back yards with nothing but clay soil. It was really hard to plow through that hard clay soil. One day, one of his friends, named Larry, wandered into the greenhouse.

Wally yelled to him, "Hey, Larry, come on in, the dirt is great."

Larry slowly slimed his way to Wally's nice orange pot and began to climb. Each time he did, he slid back down. Wally was really sad, even though he loved his home, he was really lonely. Just then, a big guy with large hands reached down towards Larry. He wanted to scream, but he had no mouth. He thought it was all over for him. But the man carefully placed Larry in the dirt right near Wally. Wally was so happy and Larry was so relieved. Soon there were little green plants in the pretty orange pot and it was very lovely. Larry and Wally were happy.



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