The Professors Adventure

Professor Fancypants had the most difficult job to find the rare purple crocodile.  To find this crocodile you have to make your way through the twisted forest, then you have to climb up and down the up and down mountain. Finally you’ll reach the dangerous swamps of crocodile rocks.  The professor spent many days and and many nights searching for this crocodile but still no luck.  He was a tired and miserable professor at this stage.  As Fancypants was about to give up he heard a rusting sound in the bush next to him, could this be the rare purple crocodile ?……

6 thoughts on “The Professors Adventure”

  1. This story was really interesting and I was really exited for the ending of the story??☹️???????☹️???????????

  2. Hi Ben great story my favourite part was when the professor spent many days and many nights searching for the crocodile and had no look


  3. I like the way your story is interesting and adventurous. I hope you do more stories.

    From Fortune in Mr.Russell’s class

  4. Hi Ben,
    I enjoyed reading your story. Well done.
    I wonder why Professor Fancypants wanted this rare purple crocodile?
    I like how you ended with a question.
    Good work this week.
    Mrs Boyce (Team 100WC)

  5. Oh wow Ben. This is a fantastic story! Well written, funny in parts, mysterious in others, and ending with a question that leaves the reader wanting to read more, more, MORE! Well done, terrific work!

    PS I hope Fancypants doesn’t get eaten by the crocodile!

  6. Hi Ben, thank you for sharing your 100WC entry with us this week.
    As I was reading, your story reminded me of, ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’ by Michael Rosen. You may remember the story from when you were younger.
    The name of your character made me laugh, it would be great to see a picture of Professor Fancypants!
    I like how you have built tension at the end and used a question too, this makes your readers to want to know what happens next.
    Keep writing and sharing! 🙂
    Mrs Tucker (100WC Team)
    Wirral, UK.

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