Monthly Archives: January 2014

Coal And His Forever Lost Friend

Coal used to live underground with Mrs Mud, now , Coal used to be called Muck, and I will tell you how he got his name Coal. (We will call him Muck for now.)

Mr Mud, or Muck, lived with Mrs Molly Mud.  He had a very good friend, Mole, and Mole and Muck were best friends.

 They loved each other so much, they called themselves the M.M Gang.  Mole and Muck also let Milipede into the gang but they still called it  M.M.

But one day, somebody,  took Muck away.  That is when he got his name Coal. He got took to some place that the ‘people’ called a ‘house’.

Coal met lots of other bits of coal called  Coal so he got new friends, Coal, Coal, Coal and Coal.  But he still missed Mole.

They all agreed on one thing ‘BEWARE OF THE FLAME’, but, one day, a people, (Coal thought all humans were called people) came to their bucket-house but not only that, a spade came.

Oh No!  Coal, or Muck got lifted to the dreaded hearth, flame devoured him, and from then on, the people called him Ash.


By Kezia Owens

The Big Potato By Kezia Owens

The big Potato had a pet Tomato.  Potato liked a joke and Tomato liked to soak.

So Potato got soaked, but he still joked!

Potato had a friend, a very tiny friend, Pea was his name.

Pea invited Potato for dinner so Potato came.

Pea called Potato, Pom and called Tomato, Tom, and they just called him Pea.

Pea worked in a hospital, a hospital for baby Beans. One Bean was called Jean, but Jean was not a baby, she was two years old. The other two year old Beans, her friends, gave her a special nickname, Jeanie Bean!

Jean did not have parents, so Pea, looked after her, Pom and Tom taking turns baby-sitting. So when Pom was baby-sitting, Pea had a holiday at the sea.  He could not pick what coast, so he visited most!  He took years and years at the coast and Jean (of course she’s a Bean) so she took all that time eating one bit of toast!


Police Dogs

Police dogs are very useful to the police force.  Dog handlers train them to capture criminals and control crowds and they are very alert to instructions.  Police dogs retire if they are so seriously injured they won’t recover properly, or if they’re pregnant, or too old or sick.


Labrador Retriever, Dutch Shepherd, Belgian Malinois, German Shepherd, Doberman Pinscher, Blood Hound, Beagle, Springer Spaniel, Rottweiler, Boxer, Giant Schnauzer, American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier.

Belgian Malinois, as police dogs, are active, protective and hard-working, making them good police dogs.

Doberman Pinschers should have a watchful, obedient, determined, proud, temperament.  Their tail is fairly long, except when it is cut shortly after birth as a result of docking.

I found some of this information from various books.