Tiger Trouble


May 11, 2012 by WITS Editor

Roar! Roar! I hear the sound nearby. I see 10,000 black stripes. I am scared. “I am in India. I must watch out,” I say to myself. There is the sound again. Roar! Roar! Roar! I look back, then yell like crazy. There is an entire herd of tigers. They charge at me and are close on me. “Help! Help!” I yell. I run to a tree and scamper up it. Caw! Caw! I hear a crow who warns me of the tigers. I jump out of bed and look around. Phew!

By Sahana, 2nd grade


One thought on “Tiger Trouble

  1. Suzanne says:

    Just adorable!!!
    Keep up the great job!

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