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Children often keep a box of special things. Describe the contents of such a treasure box Between 350 y 450 words.

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Descriptive Writing Children often keep a box of special things. Describe the contents of such a "treasure box" Between 350 y 450 words. When I was a child I used to have a special box, which was really valuable for me. It was really beautiful. It was purple with white hearts everywhere and a little mirror in the middle of the lid. Inside of it, it was covered with a pink silk cloth. ...read more.

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There were among other toys, Barbie dolls, of all kinds, when she was a nurse, a teacher, a housekeeper, etc. Apart from this, I also kept there some of my photos, which I really liked to see and remembered those experiences. There was one of the first time I rode my bike. I was just five years old and my bike was green and red. There was another one with my little dog called Candy when I was six years old. ...read more.

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When I went to kindergarten we used to sing many songs, some of which I recorded in a cassette. Those cassettes and the logo of the kindergarten, where I attended, were also inside of that special case. One of the most important things which were inside of it, were my ankle socks. They were pink and they were made by my grandmother before I was born. They were so beautiful and tender that they were the most valuable things for me. All in all, things that made my childhood unforgettable were kept in a box really well decorated. ...read more.

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