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The Idea Seeker Digital Newspaper   August 18, 2010 - Issue #96  
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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.

Animal Adventure Comment of the Week

Caley Peart - Age 11 - From UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

if you use a come up with chemicals to kill the animals that could endanger more than that species killing animals is not a way to help if you kill a species , whatever animal feeds off the species can die with out the animal it feeds off of and then there will be a huge chain like that and alot of animals and people can get hurt if animals we get food from die , we will get hurt and c getting rid of them can end up like a and the animals might not come back so b is the best chice to controll them at the least -animals are a great part of life


Team Animal Fact of the Week

Tilly Husk - Age 13 - Team Purple Tiger - From IRELAND

People need to save the bengal tigers because there homes are being chopped down and then they have nowhere else to go, so they might go extinct which means that there won't be anymore forever, so we all need to help save them and there home by cleaning up your rubbish and turning off a light when you are not using it!!!


Idea Seeker Write Me A Story

Vina Grebe - 10 - UNITED KINGDOM

The story continues from this beginning:

Spec and Tra are working in Tra's Idea Seekers Garden when they hear a crash in Spec's Garden across the way! When they run over to investigate, they find Dumonde hunched over Spec's raspberry bushes, eating all the fruit! "Get away! These are mine! MINE!" Oh no! Dumonde has been infected by Greedy Cloud! What Plant Baby should Spec and Tra use to cure their friend? Write the rest of the story.

"We must use Hope as she brings Joy and of course Hope to everybody", said Spec. "Great idea but we dont have enough money to by one", Tra replied in a gloomy voice. "OH NO this is an absolute disaster, what ever shall we do", the two friends cried together. Then they both had an idea. "lets put our money together and see if we can afford a Plant Baby", Spec yelled happily. So they counted up their KidsKash and found that they had just the right amount to buy one Hope Plant Baby and some food to feed it. So of they went to buy a Plant Baby, luckily they only had one Hope left so they brought her and went back to their garden. But there was a big problem, Dumonde had GONE!!! They searched high and low for him but he could not be found. Then suddenly they saw a strange figure coming through the garden gate and into the garden, the they realised that it was Dumonde. Wh bu wh but how the stammerd the two friends. "Well, a nice lady called Damone came and saw me looking green so she used her Plant Baby, which was a Hope to cure me and I gave her a few of your rasberries in return, i hope you dont mind". "Of course not as long as your safe and well thats all that matters to us", Spec and Tra said. "Ahhhhhhhhhhh come here and give me a hug" Dumonde cried. So if you were wondering which Plant Baby to use, you now know.

THE END


KidsCom.com Write Me A Story

Alayna - 12 - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

I stared deeply into the campfire, wishing to be back at home, where my computer sat, probably lonely. Everyone around me socialized while this girl talked to me. At least that's what she thought. I tried desperately hard to ignore her, hoping she would get the point. It's already the second week and I still hate this place, Camp Marshmallow, "Where your dreams await".

As if. While my parents whisked away to Las Vegas, I'm here in some stupid summer camp, with annoying people who think that because we're the same age that we're going to be friends. Everyone here is too preppy, too noisy. I'm the complete opposite. I'm not saying that I'm Emo or anything, I just happen to like the color black, a girl who's a loner and I like writing poems...okay maybe I am Emo. At least that's what all teenagers stereotype me as.

The girl stopped talking and looked into my hazel eyes. I stare back into her green ones. She smiled and opened her mouth once more. "How are you feeling about this camp?"

I gave her a deadpan look, which she probably ignored. I forced a smile and said quietly, "Just peachy..."

This is probably going to be the longest month I've ever lasted.



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