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"A Grandpa who Swallows a Feather-Eww!" by: Kait J. (1st grade)
Once upon a time a boy named Joshua visited his grandpa Josh. They were playing video games. After playing video games, they decided to take a walk. On their walk, they saw a feather on the grass. IT was green with black dots and blue stripes. It looked fuzzy. Joshua dared his grandpa to swallow the feather because while on their walk they were playing truth or dare. They were laughing hard and on accident grandpa swallowed the feather. It felt weird and soft to grandpa. The feather was the size of a piece of paper so grandpa cut it in half. Grandpa felt disgusting after he ate the feather. He got some water, drank it, and the feather went down his throat and he felt better. Then Joshua and his grandpa went back to playing video games.