James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl is about a lonely nine-year-old orphan who lives with his two greedy aunts. Their names were Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker. What happened in the book is that an old man gave James a bag full of one thousand long slimy crocodile tongues that were boiled up in the skull of a dead witch for twenty days and nights with the eyeball of a lizard. When the tongues were released, they went in the ground and then into a peach tree. There was a peach that started growing and became the size of a small house.
A slamming door sends a stack of trunks and cases tumbling in his dressing room, toppling a cage full of doves. The trunks right themselves instantly, but Hector picks up the cage to inspect the damage. While most of the doves are only dazed from the fall, one clearly has a broken wing. Hector carefully removes the bird, the damaged bars repairing as he sets the cage down. “Can you fix it?” Celia asks.
I turn the key in the lock and open the door. In horror, I saw a room full of clown figurines on balloons, cardboard cutouts, pictures, and anything you could imagine to have a clown on it. I have coulrophobia which is the fear of clowns. I have had it since I was 5 when my uncle decided to jump out at me as I was walking to my bedroom and it was not a normal looking clown, it was one that had big teeth and blood on its face. As I flashed back to that day I walk in the house watching every step that I took.
Freddie slept on a twig in a big tree. Freddie and his friend Morton the worm played hide and seek in the meadows. One day, a big bird sitting in a tree saw Freddie and decided he would make a tasty treat, so the bird grabbed Freddie. “OW” yelled Freddie. This big bird isn’t going to eat me for dinner!” Freddie grabbed the big bird by the leg and bit him as hard as he could.
He was picking apples and he used his long two-point ladder to get apple through a tree that was really high. There was a barrel that he didn’t fill with apples and there are two or three apples that he didn’t pick from the branches. However, he was done with apple-picking. He felt like it would be winter and he wanted to end harvest the apples. The winter was a time when all plant didn’t bear fruit and anymore till next season.
To love birds to bad Frank didn’t mention to you that he told me you wouldn’t get chosen by the gods, because your a deformed bun. (Amy) (Sad) Is that true Frank you really said that about me. You know that when i was younger a kid stepped on our package and i was the only bun that got smushed. Montage ! )Amy starts to cry knowing what Frank said 2)Frank stares at Fred and is very angry that he lied 3)Sad music starts to play 4)The oranges were picked up and put in a shopping cart.
Witchcraft (Three Messages from No Witchcraft For Sale) In the story, No Witchcraft for Sale, by Doris Lessing, there is a young boy by the name of Teddy who is riding his scooter and then stopped by a tree and a tree snake spit his venom into Teddy's eyes. Teddy stumbled into the kitchen and one of the servants by the name of Gideon knew exactly what to do. Gideon left out of the kitchen and soon returned and started rubbing his hands together with some sort of root. He began spitting into his hands and then started rubbing Teddy’s face. Teddy soon regained eyesight and was completely back to normal.
Mrs. Pratchett is slouching behind the counter as usual, with her grimy fingernails, and her mouth looked as if she ate the sourest lemon the ever was. I stopped in my tracks and frantically reached in my pocket and shoved the mouse at Thwaites. “I can’t do it you go,” I whispered into his ear. They stared at me with wide, surprised eyes. I opened the door to the sweet-shop, before we even discussed our master plan.
So the attack of the snake doesn’t matter. In that situation, the elephant only need to pick up his feet and step on top of the snake and kill it immediately. The elephant doesn’t take much times to get over this dangerous trouble. How about the sparrow, while He was feeding on a pasture, the snake had already been hid in the grass, trying to capture the occasion and waiting for a chance to catch its prey, the poor sparrow. And the sparrow is a small bird that have no defense to fight back the snake, so what would he do?