Mick McArt's Alli's Well in Wordishure PDF
By Mick McArt
Allison desires to shock the farmer's of Squintville with a new good. The worthwhile little woman discovers greater than she ever proposal attainable the deeper she digs.
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Tommy reached into the basket, and then tossed down a Gathermore for each of them. ” “I agree,” stated Thurston, taking a big bite of the fruit. “That basket looks heavy. ” Tommy said delightfully, patting his stomach. ” Alli asked the boy. “I was gathering this fruit in the nearby forest and a Tattlesnake, named Teller, came by,” Tommy answered. “He told me what you were doing. ” “He has probably told half of Wordishure by now,” Alli said glumly. ” As the next few hours passed, and the sun made its way across the sky, other children and animals began showing up.
Later on, during a short break, the three friends heard munching noises coming from above their heads. When they looked up, there was a stout little boy sitting on the edge of the well. Next to him, was a large basket of fruit. The dark purple fruit with green speckles were called Gathermore’s because you could not eat just one. The farmers from Squintville would gather them from the nearby forest and have them during snack breaks. Their purple stained smiles alway gave away what they had been eating!
Preston gestured for her to wait a moment, then reached into his pocket. After feeling around, he pulled out a Knitpicker. “This isn’t it,” he stated while using the device to get a piece of fuzz from his overalls. Again and again he went into his pocket and pulled out all sorts of silly objects. There was a small bag of mismatched buttons, a map to his favorite melon patch, and a small rubber ball; each of which he placed on the ground next to him. Once more, he stuck his hand back into his pocket and dug around even, more determined.
Alli's Well in Wordishure by Mick McArt