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My Trip to Chewandswallow
Based on the book “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” by Judi Barrett
By Christopher Peterson Mrs.Smryl’s class
Created by Simpo PDF Creator (unregistered version) http://www.simpopdf.com My Trip to Chewandswallow By Christopher Peterson, 4th Grade, Mrs. Smyrl’s Class Based on the book “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” by Judi Barrett
One day….. I got hit by pie, but a person didn’t throw it the sky did! I just got on a boat to go to Chewandswallow. The boat name is Big for Long, the biggest houseboat ever! The size of the boat is like the size of Bill Gates’ house. It has a basement, an upstairs, a middle floor, and cable, which is weird because where the heck does the cable come from? Anyway, the boat is huge and Bill Gates’ house is probably smaller than the boat. On to our journey!
Two hours later. Wow, I thought the people here were kidding, but I guess they aren’t. It’s raining milk! I got gallons of milk. If I get this much milk everyday, why bother bringing it? Well, my milk that I brought with me has no use now. But on the bright side I’m getting it for free. OW MY EYE!!! I just got hit by a piece of bacon, mmm… bacon makes me think about home where there is- -ow another piece of bacon just hit me! The food here is so random. I want to tell the cheesy mayor about this random bacon. What? We’re at the docks? Yay! I can’t wait to get in our house where there isn’t flying bacon. What in the world? There is a platypus in our yard eating PB&J sandwiches. I didn’t even know they ate those. I was so distracted by the platypus, I didn’t see the giant pancake hit and break the window. Now there is probably going to be flying bacon in our house. Ugh, now syrup is coming down from the sky…Wait! The drops are getting bigger now. They were so big that a drop hit the window and it dried. We don’t have a broken window anymore! Finally it stopped raining breakfast; I guess it’s in between meals. What is that weird truck? It says on the side CHEWANDSWALLOW SANITATION INC. There were cats and dogs all around the truck. Back to the house, that should be open by now. Wait, why isn’t the house open? It’s like the key is missing—yea, the key is missing. My family and I have been looking all around for the key, and then we found it under a piece of bacon. I was so happy to be in a house, but then I figured out that you don’t go out side for a meal, you stay inside. The house had no roof! I had no idea why you can’t walk nine feet, and then get a meal. The next day I went for a walk, without bacon from the sky. I wanted to go to the bathroom but I could not find one, I guess that comes from the sky too. What is that? It’s like eggs but millions of them! Is it snowing? Is it raining? Maybe it’s just cloudy with a chance of meatballs, maybe it’s---NO NO!!!!!!!!!! They are eggs! I can’t believe it! They have this many chickens? I wonder how you get them scrambled, but anyway I tried to find a place to hide but I couldn’t. I wonder what meal that was? If it was any meal it was brunch or something. It finally stopped. Hey, speaking about brunch, are there days here? If that fell out of the sky, I would be so--- OW what was that? It says Friday! I looked up and saw a billboard with all the days. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. I forgot about the Friday in my hand and wondered why there wasn’t a Friday. Then I remembered and I put the Friday back and ran away. Back at the house, that was covered in eggs, I wanted to watch TV. I got the remote to the TV and turned on the TV. But the only thing on was: ABC’s with Dora, Simple Math, and The Cooking Channel, which seemed odd because everything fell from the sky. I started watching that and then I got bored and fell asleep. When I woke up, I was covered in pie, but a person didn’t throw it the sky did! I thought I was dreaming, but I guess not, because my dad told me that the island got destroyed by food. I guess I am not going back there any time soon. It was the end of the day, and we rode out on the boat in to the sunset.