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Apples are juicy,

Juicier then Peach.

Apples are red,

Redder than the man on the beach.


This book is great for people who love adventure story’s. It is aimed at 10 to 14 year old children. This book is about a boy who leaves home, travels with the fair and then meets his destiny as The boy who swims with Piranhas.

This book is a great story teller aged for nine to eleven year-old. If you like books that are hooking and interesting then this is the right book. The new councillor, Carla, is willing to help Bradley; a young, troubled boy.


John Cadbury was an English proprietor and founder of Cadbury, the chocolate business based in Birmingham, England. John Cadbury was born in Birmingham to Richard Tapper Cadbury, who was from a wealthy Quaker family that move…

At the weekend I went to Cadbury World.  John Cadbury created Cadbury chocolate but, surprisingly he started of  serving tea and coffee with coco beans, in his fathers shop.  After a while,  he took a break and started to experiment coco beans. His son, Gorge, went to Ghana and experimented on coco beans and the deliciousness  of them made him and John decide that they were going to sell chocolate. In just a matter of time,  Bourneville was created. They did this for all the workers in there factory. They made swimming pools, fields, schools and many more. They thought this because in the Victorian times, workers weren’t treated very well.




The Human Body

The human body is a great thing. These things help our body work and function.  Bones, Blood, flesh, the list goes on.

I’m going to tell you real facts about the human body. Read on to find out more.


Although cells are tiny ( 40 of them in a row would stretch across a full-stop), they have a complex structure. Each cell is bounded by a cell membrane, as a controlled nucleus, and is filled with cytoplasm. Also, around 5,000,000 cells (including 2,000,000 red blood cells) die and are replaced every second.



  • Bone is six times stronger then steel.
  • Bones in old skeletons are dry and dusty. Whereas, living bones are 22 per cent water.
  • Where there is a lot less gravity, bones become weaker and less dense, in fact on the moon it is one sixth of the Earths gravity.