Dinosaur Robot

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September 22, 2011 by WITS Editor


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Once there were dinosaurs grabbing hot rod cars with their teeth. Their teeth were yellow and sharp.

There was a storm and some wind.  Everyone fell in the water.  They all drowned except for one who swam to the land.  It was a dinosaur robot.

Inside the robot there was a guy.  The robot was swinging its tail.  The dinosaur robot broke into little pieces, and the guy fell out.  He was sad.  He fell in the water, and a shark swallowed him.

The End.

By Chris, age 5


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