Mrs Morrison was in Glasgow on Saturday and visited a huge book store called Waterstones. As she was leaving she spotted a large table with a brand new story written by Julia Donaldson. She bought the new story and brought it in for us to read together. It was called, ‘The Smeds and the The Smoos’.
“The story was about two aliens who wanted to be friends but their families did not let them because they were different” (Keeva).
“They had to sneak away from their families to play together” (Poppy).
Lennon, “Their familes found out and told them to never, never play with a smed or a smoo”.
Rae, “They decided after being friends for a long time they wanted to marry each other”.
Caiden, “They had to sneak out and climbed into The Smeds red rocket so that they could be wed”.
Kyle, “When the families found out they were very upset and missed them so they had to climb into The Smoos blue rocket to search for them”.
Emily, “They looked everywhere and met lots of aliens but they could not find them”.
Max, “The Smeds and The Smoos were sad but they started to be friends because they spent so much time together”.
Brodie,”They went home to see if Janet (Smed) and Bill (Smoo) were there. They found them!”.
Kai, “Janet and Bill had come home and showed their families their purple baby”.
Mrs Morrison, “I liked the end of the story when the families got to meet the purple baby. They loved the baby and both families were friends forever”.
Azaan, “I liked the end because they were allowed to get married”.
Poppy, “I liked the story because it tells you that it’s ok to friends with people who have different coloured skin, different hair and different clothes and different shoes”.
Andie, “I felt happy and excited at the end of the story”.
Lucy, “I liked all of the rhyming words”.