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By Ruby Bourgaize, year 6, La Houguette School

One day there was a girl called Katy. She has a brother and a sister. Her brother was called Jake and her sister was called Mia. Jake was 15 years old and Mia was 17 years old.
I have long blond hair and I always have it straight. Mia always stares at my freckles and she loves my blue eyes. I am 11 years old I love making cakes with my mum we make one every other day. I'm always smiling, unless someone really makes me wrathful and I smile because I love my brother and my big sister playing with me every day. I like going outside to see my best friends. We love playing netball. There are a lot of things I'm scared of that is, the dark, spiders and a very silly thing but I'm scared of is a crocodile, I know, right silly.
The two things I dream for are a good life and dad to come home.
If you don't know I'm actually from Guernsey and I speak English and all my family speak English and we all come from Guernsey. Jake called me one day and he said, “Come on, you take ages to get up the stairs. “
But I do take a while, because I do not like to rush, I like to be slow. But sometimes when I'm scared or see something I do not like, I really run for it. By the way we do live in a house with my mum and gran. Mum is called Kelly and Nan is called Tina.
I don't go to school, I don’t know why. I would like to go to school but we don't have enough money for that. All my friends go to school just not me "I wish”.

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