Each week, The Sentinel publishes stories we receive to prompts in Kids World and on www.cumberlink.com. This week’s Kids Speak Out prompt was “If I wrote a book, I would write about ...”

“If I wrote a book, I would write about mysterious stuff because I feel like there are more people like me that like mystery, and I would inspire more people to write stories and keep schools in business.”

Maxwell Snyder, 8

Grade 3

East Pennsboro Elementary School

“If I wrote a book, I would write about the story of my life. I like to help my pappy in the garden, and I like to run the excavator and skid loader. I also like to work at my stand. I also like to play with Riley and Aiden.”

Mason Morret, 9

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

“If I wrote a book, it would be about fishing. I like to fish for trout and bass. I fish in the ocean. I caught a dogfish and a blue fish. I love fish, and I love reeling in the fish. I love to fish very much.”

Markell Match, 10

Grade 3

East Pennsboro Elementary School

“If I wrote a book, I would write about a mystery. I would write about a mystery because it’s my favorite genre. I also think that mystery books are very fun to read. I love to write too, and I think the longer the book is, the better! Also, many people love a suspenseful story. Mystery books are just cool, anyway. I have a little practice with that type of book, too.”

Katie Weller, 10

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

“If I wrote a book, I would write about ‘Star Wars.’ I would have the Clone Wars and the galactic civil war. I’ll write about the difference between the two times, about how the wars changed, how they both ended and the different battles that happened. I’ll tell who won both of the wars. I’ll (write about) all the jedi and sith that lived, the different troopers and vehicles, all the different movies titles, the characters of ‘Star Wars.’”

Tyler White, 9

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

“If I wrote a book, it would be about superheroes. It would be about Batman and Superman as friends. It is about a flood, and they have to get towels and dry it up. When it was dry, they would go to the park. At the end, they would go home and go to bed. I made this book have a flood because I am sorry for Texas.”

Ryleigh Koretzky, 8

Grade 3

East Pennsboro Elementary School

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