Look what we have! Inspired by the Delhi Matchbox book made by Indu Harikumar for our section Crafterpieces in our first issue, a young Thinkling made us a Matchbox book
She went inside the cover of her bed and had an idea. She thought it could be her brother dressed up in a monster costume for Halloween. He loved to scare Mimi. But she could hear howling.
She thought “How could my brother howl like that? ” I think I should get down and look under my bed.
But when she got of her bed she felt something slimy. Her feet began to get struck. Now she was shivering with fright. She shouted Help! Help! but who will hear her in the night. She started crying.The monster kept on getting closer and closer to her feet.
In sometime Mimi had another idea. Everyone knows if you add water to slime it melts and luckily next to Mini there was a bottle of water and Mimi also knew that monsters hate light so she switched on her night light and put water on the slime. The slime melted and the monster ran out of the window!
So now you know what to do when a monster comes under your bed!
The man who sang
As the people gathered in a crowd,
They could hear a voice clear and loud.
It was Billy Sheepy who sang,
In every ear his voice rang.
Never had they heard a voice so shrill,
Not even the famous singer Gill.
When he was done everyone was glad,
The performance had made the crowd mad.
Billy Sheepy had a frown,
He had expected applause and a crown.
He went out of business after this show,
The reason for this he did not know.
By-Aadya & Nadia Narain
Hello, I am Willabinka. I was created in the Asteroid belt of our galaxy. I first came to Earth on a tourist visa but decided to become a citizen as there were a zillion things to explore! I know way more than any human could possibly know, have facts on poop and snot (yikes!) on the tip of my rather large nose (which changes colour at the drop of a hat!) Together with Mira and Neel, I have been on countless expeditions.
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