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Writing top tips: Spooky stories

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By Lazlo Strangolovauthor

Excite children about writing their own spooky stories by sharing author, Lazlo Strangolov’s top tips

Boy writing

Feather and Bone

Visit our ‘Giveaways; section for a chance to win a copy of Feather and Bone by Lazlo Strangolov (Walker, £6.99 HB) — that is set in a cold, hungry, fearful world of dark woods and dark doings centred around an abandoned industrial poultry farm.

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  1. speedcriteria
    on 16 February 2015

    thanks homework done

    my beginning of my story is epic thanks ill share it with you

    leaves rustled against the o horizon (forest floor) as adam tripped over a dead animal. ancient trees stared at adam as they threatened him to be strangled to death. like arthritic thingers the tree grasped adams anckle dragging him closer him closer. and this is the best part

    the tall trees made eerie shadows on the ground. where he stood the sillohete of swaying branches printed a picture in his mind that hands were about to grab him from behind…...... don’t worry that’s not my real name#

    3out of 5

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