My book is called ‘Heroic Animals’ by Clare Balding. It has short stories about different animals that are heroic. One of my favourite animals is Antis the dog who was stuck in a barn shed type thing in a war and a soldier heard whining and went to rescue him and found a dog. They lived with each other until the soldier died.
Finding their way through dead bodies, Legolas stated, “We must not linger.”
“I know. My instincts are telling me we are not alone,” whispered Aragorn.
Gimli said nervously, “We must find out what happened here. My family are all dead.” As the five of them made their way further through the dead rotten bodies, Gandalf murmured, “Something terrible has happened and I don’t want us to suffer the same horrible fate!” They all looked up in despair.
“The book… perhaps somebody might of wrote something down.” Legolas murmured anxiously.
Gandalf passed his magical hat to Peregrin and told him “Peregrin, whatever you DO NOT touch ANYTHING!”
“Of course, why would I touch anything?” Peregrin replied.
Gandalf wondered over to the book, and brushed the dust off onto the rigid floor. He flicked through the dusty pages of the cursed book seeming very curious. Peregrin wondered over to an ocean deep well. He turned round so he was facing all the other goblins, elves and wizards and slowly took a step back. But the step was a bit too far back. He stood back and knocked an ancient dead body, which was wearing armor, down the well. There was a bang! Gandalf turned round and looked Peregrin up and down. “You fool of a took! You’re a stupid boy.” screamed Gandalf.
Peregrin went as red as a tomato. He said to the wizard, “Sorry, I truly am sorry Gandalf.”
Gandalf and his crew turned around; the fear is Peregrin’s eyes was unreal!
Mountains are magnificent: the views are stunning. The mountain range is important to us; I personally think that you should climb Mount Everest because it can help you keep mentally and physically fit!
If you climb Everest, you have the outstanding opportunity to keep yourself healthy due to the exercise you will have to do. Although, some people think it’s dangerous to climb this majestic mountain, it can also be good for you and your health. Training for three to four hours a day can give you a bigger and better boost for climbing this monster as well as your general health.
Another reason that you should climb Everest is that you can push yourself to the limits and build up your strength. It doesn’t really matter how old you are because the youngest person to climb the mountain was a thirteen-year-old boy named Jordan Romero from America. The oldest person was an incredible eighty years old!
You won’t starve either because there are base camps. At the wonderful, cold camps you will be able to eat, drink and sleep until you set off again. Do you want a chance to climb the colossal mountain? It is not for the faint hearted as this challenge is immense.
Something to think about…there are also avalanches, so watch out! Avalanches can be deadly! They are huge piles of snow that can topple you over and they often flatten everything in their way. These are something that mountaineers NEED to watch out for. The mountain climbers will also need to check the weather forecast before they set off again. The Himalayas are notorious for weather changes. One moment it can be the sunniest day, but the next moment storms are upon you. If you ignore the weather changes you could lose your life!
Nepal people are very poor. People who climb Everest help Nepal’s local income of money as they receive money from the mountaineers as they help climbers achieve their dreams. In addition, they help by buying equipment and transport. This really helps the residents from Nepal and the country itself.
Who knows what the buzzard sees as it swoops through the choking air with factory after factory polluting the atmosphere which seems unfair.
Who knows what the buzzard sees searching for prey amongst lots of litter. Selfish, irresponsible and rude acts by human beings who must be bitter.
Who knows what the buzzard sees amongst the litter free trees. The blue sky now pollution free.
The powerful, eager mountain climbers faced the fear of the monstrous ice shards falling onto them, they leaped out the way of an enormous rock that was coming towards them. The rock finally reached the bottom of the colossal mountain, shattering and flying in all directions. From below, the climbers gazed up at the murky, harsh sky.
Shivering, the climbers were determined to get to the summit of the large mountain. Slowly, changing the head position, they looked up to the peak of the giant, the mountaineer’s limbs were going numb whilst prepping for the next base camp. The snow was like a bulldozer rolling down a hill. Have you ever been as eager as these people before?