By Madeline K.
Once upon a time, there was a colorful spaceship. In that spaceship there was a princess, and her name was Stella. Stella was eight years old, and she had the most radiant beauty. Her friends were named Sofea and Steve.
This is how their day usually went: first they woke up at around 7 AM. Then they ate breakfast. Then they went to the anti-gravity gym. After that, they went to get their school work done. They got it done at around 11 AM and then got lunch. Later, at around 3 AM, they got ice cream and dinner.
One day when Stella was talking to her dad, the alien general, his assistant came to him. “Sir,” he said, “there is a fuel leak on the northern border.”
“You stay here, Stella,” said her dad. “Humans are dangerous.” But it was too late; she was telling Steve and Sofea.
”Guys! There is a fuel leak in the northern border. If we don’t get enough candy fuel on the ship, then we have to go to the nearest planet. AND THAT PLANET IS EARTH!” screamed Stella.
“Why are you screaming?”
“Because dad said humans are dangerous.”
”Let’s go and see if we can find any candy, and if we don’t, we will go to Earth.”
“Guys, I can’t find enough candy. Let’s go to Earth.”
Then they rushed to the return capsule and got the coordinates to Earth. Ten minutes later, they landed. They survived the landing.
Stella said, “Look, there is a human! Wait, she is writing. Let’s see if we can read it. Hey, she is writing our story! Let’s go up to her.”
“Hi, my name is Stella,” said Stella.
“My name is Mads,” said Mads.
“We came looking for candy.”
”But how do you know that we needed candy?”
”I am writing your story.”
”Can we see? Wow!”
Two minutes later, Mads gave Stella some candy. “Here you are.”
“Thank you, bye! I will always remember you.”
“Bye, see you later,” said Mads. Stella climbed into the capsule.
“We’re off,” said Sofea. Ten minutes later they arrived at the spaceship.
“Dad, we found enough candy!” said Stella.
“Oh my, Stella, you saved all of us!”
“I couldn’t have done it without Mads and Steve and Sofea.”
“Wait, who is Mads? Is she a human?”
“Yes, she helped us. We couldn’t have done it without her, and we learned that humans are not dangerous.”
“What? No, they are dangerous.”
Etc… and they lived happily ever after.
Mads K. is a Level 1 student who loves journalism and the performing arts.She has one brother and a dog.