This is another guest post by Jeffrey, age 6 1/2. Last time he watched the post eagerly, and was thrilled with each comment.
Once upon a time, my family and I were waiting for a boat. We saw a space shuttle. Someone was going to space. They were going to the moon. This is what I think the moon looks like. This is what they saw.
Then they went into a swamp. First an alligator robot attacked. Then the alligator bit the submarine. The submarine person became lunch. The others escaped.
19 thoughts on “The Alligator and the Submarine”
Awesome! I love the illustrations. 🙂
Great story, have you video’d him reading it to you, that would be priceless.
Jeffrey, you are ALL boy. I tell you what. Is that a praying mantis?
Jeffrey, look how professional you are with a bound book and gorgeous illustrations! You are an AUTHOR!
Well, I’m certainly glad your family wasn’t lunch. Whew. I was getting nervous there for a minute.
Love the alligator ROBOT 🙂
A very compelling read!! 🙂
“The submarine person became lunch.” I love it! Awesome story Jeffrey!
I love the alligator robot too!
Thanks for sharing, Jeffrey. Too bad for the submarine person!
I am so glad you and your family escaped the jaws of the evil robot alligator. Freaky stuff going on in that swamp!
Love it Jeffrey, keep up the great work.
Thank you Jeffery for providing futher evidence as to why one should NEVER go on a submarine. Those alligator robots will get you every time.
Great story Jeff! Can’t wait to read the next one 🙂
I have always wondered what the moon looked like. Thanks for the drawing, Jeff. Now I know!!
Great story! When does the sequel come out?
Alligator robots are definitely more exciting than regular ol’ alligators. I hope the submarine person wasn’t a close friend. At least your family is safe. Good work!
Love the pictures. And a very exciting story too. Looking forward to the next story. (My kids like them too.)
I’M a Little concerned about the submarine eating robot alligators. I will have to forward a warning to (COMSUBFOR) Commander Submarine Force to keep a look out.
Great Job on the Story.
Jeffery you are a budding journalist! I was enthralled with your reort and look forward to more! Your pictures show that you got artistic talent from your mom too! What a great swamp!
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