Kids Speak Out: 'If I could change the ending to any story ...'
Kids Speak Out

Kids Speak Out: 'If I could change the ending to any story ...'

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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 could change the ending to any story ...”

“If I could change the ending of any story, I would change the ending of any fairy tale. I feel like fairy tales end in ‘and they lived happily ever after’ way too much. There has to be some fairy tale with a sad ending!”

Lara Oh, 11

Grade 5

LeTort Elementary School

“If I could change the ending to any story, I would change ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears.’ I would make it so that the bears and Goldilocks became friends. That would be a lot happier.”

Grey Burgess, 11

Grade 5

LeTort Elementary School

“If I could change the ending to a story, I would change the one when Jesus died for us. I would change it because I didn’t want Jesus to die. I would change it to be that he was still alive even now, but he still saved us from our sins. I didn’t want that sad, sad, unholy day to happen. That way more kids can enjoy him. He could heal more people, and raise them from the dead, and see his loving mother everyday! If he was alive right now, it would be a dream come true!”

Alexia B., 8

Grade 2

St. Patrick School

“If I could change the ending to any story, I would change Red Riding Hood. I would make the end to where the wolf helps give cookies to Red Riding Hood’s Grandmother.”

Neveah Barclay, 11

Grade 5

LeTort Elementary School

“If I could change the ending to any story, I would change the ending in Cinderella. The reason why is because most of those princesses or fairy tale movies always end with the saying ‘and they lived happily ever after.’ I would change the story by having one of the step sisters do something evil.”

Charlotte Kretzing, 11

Grade 5

LeTort Elementary School

“If I could change the ending to a story, I would change Hansel and Gretel. So this is how it would go, once there was some kids name Joe and Hunter who were lost and hungry. They were walking and they saw a candy house and a witch. The witch said, ‘Come in, little ones.’ But then out popped a little, green pickle and he said, ‘Don’t go in there!’ So they didn’t.”

Ty W., 8

Grade 2

St. Patrick School

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