Tia the tiger

Posted by Ella M in 100wc | 5 Comments

once upon a time in a land far far away, was a tiger named Tia who was sweet but if ever fed meat would become the most vicious creature in the word.as it was deadly poisonous to her species. One day, her loving owner was sent on a mission to retreeve the golden leaf and Tia needed a babysitter so her owners sister took her in for a week .not knowing about the poisonous meat her sister brooke fed her meat and grew to the sise of 100 elephants.the tiger was bloking our escape said brooks friend and they were gone…

5 responses to “Tia the tiger”

  1. Brian says:

    What an unusual story with some interesting ideas coming into it. Love the name “Tia” for the tiger. It does sound sweet as you say and makes us worried if she is not fed properly. Then to hear she grew to the size of 100 elephants. That is really big and dangerous. Good story.

  2. William says:

    To Ella

    Well done your blog is really good I like the opening.
    Will

  3. Kate says:

    Hi Ella. I really enjoyed reading you blog. You included such a lot of description and I felt really sorry for the sister – was she Brook? I think that if that tiger grew to the size of 100 elephants it would be blocking more than just their escape! Well done

  4. Mrs Addleton says:

    Ella,
    I knew you would think outside the box with this weeks prompt and you certainly did. Your blog was entertaining because of the language you used and your story line was easy to follow. Perhaps you could improve the blog by checking for capital letters and using some additional punctuation such as inverted commas for direct speech. I hope there will be a sequel to tell us the story of the Golden Leaf – you left us hanging with that hook!
    Can’t wait to see more blogs from you,
    Mrs Addleton
    2 house points.

  5. Mrs Dibben says:

    Hello Ella,

    I really enjoyed reading your blog. Is this your first one? I particularly like the opening . Love the vocabulary- retrieve, mission etc . Remember to put in capital letters.

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