Fantasy and Other Fiction:The Dinosaur Wish

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Fantasy and Other Fiction:The Dinosaur Wish


One day a boy named Mikey and a girl named Rosey were brother and sister and they decided to go for a walk. Rosey said, "Come here. I found something and it looked like a diamond."

Mikey asked, " Maybe it is one of those wish things? I wish I had a dinosaur!"

All of a sudden, they heard a stomp and a boom. They ran to see what it was and they saw BIG footprints. They looked up. They saw a T-REX!

"Run!" yelled Mikey but Rosey did not. She said, "Hold on! The T- rex might be good."

Mikey yelled, "Are you crazy?" Rosie replied, "No it might be good. I'm not going home right now. You can but I'm not."

Mikey shouted, "NO! If you're not going, I'm not going!" Rosey replied, "Well, then we will keep going. Hey! where did the T-rex go?"

While they were talking, the T-Rex had stomped further into the woods. Rosey and Mikey kept going into the woods and found him by a tree.

Rosey looked into the T-rex's eyes. She could not hold back so she went up to the T-rex and touched it. She looked at Mikey and whispered, "I'm glad you made the wish." Then, he whispered, "I'm glad too."

All of a sudden, the dinosaur lifted Rosey over his head and onto his back. "Hop on!" yelled Rosey. " Come on! You never do anything fun!"

"Fine," said Mikey. "I'll go. Wow! This T-rex is good!"

"That's what I've been trying TO TELL YOU all along!" said Rosey.

Rosey and Mikey rode the T-Rex and he took them to a waterfall. They saw a whole bunch of dinosaurs. …

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