Once upon a time there was a jellybean named David. He traveled all over the world because he was the prince of all the jellybeans in the world. He wore a red cloak that had a white cross on the back, he wore brown boots, he wore black slacks. He wore a green shirt. He also wore a hat with a feather on it, and he carried a sword. He even had arms and legs. He fought all kinds of battles. And he always won them. His jellybean horse was named Samson. Samson was the fastest jellybean horse there was. He could run faster than a real rabbit! He has 200 brothers and sisters. Eggs were boulders compared to the jellybean people. Their castle was a ginger bread house of a castle. Their king is Red Jelly Bean the 80th. I, David, am a red jellybean too. Our biggest mountain is Pope John Paul the Second’s house.
Let me tell you about my last adventure. I was riding Samson down Black Cookie Road over the big Hershey Bar Bridge when Samson jumped up in the air because he stepped on foil, which hurts all the horses’ feet. We went to catch Black Jelly Bean foil, the best burglar in the whole jellybean world.
“He put the foil there, and I’m going to get him for it! He won’t get away this time,” I said.
I must give Samson a speck of sand before I leave so I gave Samson his speck of sand and then we left. We went to the tin foil hide out where Black Jelly Bean always hid his foil balls to hurt horses’ feet. I took out my sword and got it ready to fight. I killed the tarantula that tried to eat me. I popped the boulder balloon that rolled in my path. We jumped the giant holes, which were only street cracks. And we jumped over pebbles and broke arrows of chalk, walked through puddles and walked through dangerous swamps. I cracked eggs and killed vultures that were humming birds.
Finally I found one of Black Bean’s men and captured him. I nailed beetle bugs, then I picked up my sword. I found a princess and married her. I found another one of Black Beans’ men. I captured him too. We jumped more pits and climbed more mountains, crossed more swamps and killed more tarantulas. And then I jumped cracks of streets. A person stepped on a widow’s house and was killed. So I stabbed the person with my sword and the widow’s neighbor gave me an axe, the real shiny axe. I always used my axe whenever I went. I killed a beetle bug and another vulture. Then I shot an arrow across the field. Oh, I forgot to tell you I had a bow and arrow. I used maps and a compass to know which way I was going.
I finally got to the tin foil hideout. We walked in slowly and met the Hershey Kiss monster. I threw my axe into his eye and killed him with my sword. Then I got to dragon’s lair. I collected gold for all the poor people. Then we crossed more pits and jumped more cracks and I reached the giant canyon, and we crossed it. Then we got to the biggest water place in the world. Samson died crossing it, but I rode a crab across the one million mile huge, big, giant, Pacific Ocean, Pacific Sea. And I finally reached Black Bean’s hideout.
I raised my sword and got ready to fight. Out came Black Bean and we started to fight. We had a big duel with our swords. We dropped our weapons and wrestled. I got him in the Full Nelson. He did a DDT to me, but I still fought. I clothes lined him, but he flipped me. He body slammed me, but I tripped him. Then I did the Shake-Rattle-and-Roll. He threw a rock at me, but I dodged it. I killed him with a DDT.
I traveled back home on my long adventure. I told everyone about it. I never died.
*Found story from a 9 year old boy in Detroit, Michigan.