BC: The End. by: Jenna Siffringer
FC: Hansel & Gretel by: THE WITCH.
1: Hi, I'm the witch, and this is my story of how Hansel and Gretel destroyed my house, ate my food, stole my possesions, and pushed me into an oven! All I tried to do was help! These kids aren't so wonderful like everyone may think, they are actually filled with evil..
2: My story begins once upon a time, when there were two little brats named Hansel and Gretel. They're father was a wood-cutter; They had a stepmother, too. They were extremely poor, and they had very little food to eat. You might think they look like sweet, innocent little children, but trust me..they're anything but that.
3: The stepmother came up with a plan to leave the children out in the woods, each with a single piece of bread. Then, the parents would return to their home, leaving Hansel and Gretel behind. The kids heard their stepmother and began to think of a plan to escape the woods and go back home.
4: Hansel left a trail of bread crumbs for them to follow back to their house after their parents left. When they awoke in the morning, the birds and animals had eaten all of the bread crumbs! So, Hansel and Gretel began walking through the woods, trying to find they're way home, but instead they found my house. This is where the real trouble begins...
5: As they wandered through the woods, they came upon a cute, yummy, candy house. MY house. Since the kids had wasted all of their bread as a trail, they were extremely hungry. Hansel came up with the fabulous idea to eat the candy off of my house. I can understand that he was verrry hungry, but this is my home we're talking about! NOT a buffet.
6: The children ate my roof, windows, doors and walls! They devoured anything they could get they're hands on. Not long after they arrived, I heard them nibbling outside. | I walked outside and approached the children. First, I wanted to know what they were doing way out here in the woods, and why they were eating my house!
7: After they told me what had happened to them, I invited Hansel and Gretel into my house so they could get some rest and relax. The children almost looked frightened, but I told them I only wanted to help; they joined me inside.
8: The kids needed a place to sleep, and since I only had one bed, I sent Hansel outside to sleep in the barn with the animals. Apparently, Gretel thought I had captured him, so while I was cooking dinner, she pushed me into the fire! Wow, was that hot! After feeding them and giving them a place to stay this is how they repay me? How rude.
9: I had only wanted to help the children, even after all they did to me. I mean, they ate my house! But noo, they think that all witches are mean and cruel. So, they left me in the burning oven and ran home to find their father. So much for trying to be generous. That's how the story of Hansel and Gretel really happened, just me trying to be nice. I would never have really eaten them...
10: Point Of View This story uses point of view because it is told from the witches' point of view. Throughout the story, we hear how the witch percieves things and her thoughts on everything. It's in first person, because the witch uses words like "I" to tell the story.
11: Setting The setting of this story is in a few different places: the woods, Hansel and Gretels house, and the witches' house. The setting helps add detail to the story. It puts a picture in the readers head, like describing the candy house the witch lives in.