Professor Jenkins

Once upon a time there was a mad scientist named, Professor Jenkins. He wore a purple jacket, black trousers and has crazy hair. I know Professor Jenkins is a strange name don’t worry I’m not mad like the scientist. Now on with the story. Anyway, Professor Jenkins had a pet crocodile called, Snappy.

One day, Jenkins was making an invention. A very exciting one. He was making a weather controller. He was making it so that he could make it snow every winter and make it sunny in the summer time. Professor Jenkins was sitting in his special chair (the chair that he always sits in), when suddenly, Snappy jumped out of his massive tank (3 meters wide, 2 meters long and 2 meters deep to be precise) and bit Professor Jenkins’ leg. His leg was being twisted and turned about until SNAP his leg had been bitten off. CRUNCH CRUNCH was the sound of Snappy eating Professor Jenkins’ leg. “I know what I should do,” he said,”I will make myself a bionic leg, it’s going to be difficult but I can do it.” He stayed up all night, worked all day then finally after 5 WHOLE DAYS he was finished,”Now I just have to put it on but how?” Professor Jenkins spent another 2 days trying to figure out how to put it on. So on the second day he tried to put it on,’this is hard,’he thought. He managed to get it on for once. Since he had got his bionic leg on, he needed to finish his weather controller so he was working on that for a couple more days. When he was done, he waited till winter to test it. After 4 months it was finally able to be tested. He flicked switches, fiddled with levers and pressed buttons and then IT WORKED.”WWOOAAHH!”A random man said as a big blast of energy shot into the air. It got cold, it started to snow! Professor Jenkins was relieved that it worked just so he didn’t have to do it all over again! Now that would be a disaster wouldn’t it.

THE END

Possibly?

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  1. Dear James,
    I like how well you described the tank’s size in the story, as it let me imagine it better. I also liked how you used onomatopoeia. I would suggest splitting it into more than 2 paragraphs, as it would be easier to read. Overall, your story was great!

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