Friday, March 25, 2016

Mr E's Box

Mr E, the music teacher, told us a story of how his step dad had a wooden box in his wardrobe that he wasn’t allowed to touch - EVER.
Mr E was tempted to look in the box but he never did, even when he was alone in the house.
When his stepdad died the box was given to Mr E.
This is what we think was in the box.

I am guessing that in the wooden box is the tuxedo he wore to his wedding,it is black and comes with a red bow tie and is made of silk. Mr E wasn’t allowed it because it is delicate and he could break it by tearing it apart into a gazzilion pieces of silk. It belonged to his great,great,great,great grandfather. Rikihana

I think that in mr Es box is nothing. Because he wanted to to test his new son. He wanted to test his new son. He wasn't  allowed to open the box because his stepdad wanted to know if he would or wouldn’t fail the test. So if Mr E opened it he would see nothing but thin air. That’s what I think happened. Ezra

In Mr E’s box might be a old clockwork model blue train from 1979 made out of metal the size of a shoe. I think it was kept away from him because it was so old and you could break it. His dad got it from a stall at a market for $10 000 000. He might have it on a shelf in the doorway. Denali


Mr E has a box, he knows what’s in it but we don’t. I’m guessing it is a scroll from 1899 and it’s been passed on from family generations. It’s probably a dirty brown and dusty yellow colour. I think it was found on a muddy path. He was probably not allowed to touch it because he might rip it to dust. I think that’s what’s in it. Greta

Mr E came to read our thoughts.



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