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Oliver's Twist By Jack Goddard 9.2 On the edge of London, was a compact housing estate with lots of children. The houses were quite small but everyone knew everyone and there was a big green in the middle of the estate where the children could come together and play what ever they wanted. Tucked away in the corner of Whinlatter Drive was the house of Oliver Bates. Oliver Bates was a very unusual boy. He was different in every way to his three brothers. He was more interested in reading books and listening to old fashioned music on the radio than playing sports such as cricket; football and rugby like his brothers. Each time they asked Oliver to play football he would nearly always say that 'he was coming in a minute', but never did or ...read more.


A few days before the party they called up Grandpa and asked him if he could come. He said he was feeling a bit under the weather but that he wouldn't miss Oliver's party for the world. Mum needed to get Oliver out of the house to prepare for the party so on the day before the celebration, Oliver's Dad suggested a camping trip. Early that evening, they set off to Tree wood Forest armed with sleeping bags, tents and other camping equipment. By the time it got dark, back at home, Oliver's Mum and his brothers had finished decorating the house ready for the party. The day of the birthday came and at 59, Whinlatter Drive all of Oliver's guests were arriving excitedly at his house, except Grandpa. ...read more.


"I'll get it, you carry on Oliver" said Mum laughing. Five minutes later, Mum put the phone down quietly and turned to face Oliver with tears in her eyes. She led him gently by the hand out of the room away from all the noise and knelt down taking Oliver's hands in hers. "I've just got off the phone from the hospital" she says in a shaky voice, "Grandpa was on his way here but I'm sorry Oliver, he has had a heart attack and he is d-d-d-dead". Oliver's face turned white and cold, a tear-drop fell down his soft cheek. Mum gave him a long hug. He heard his Mum apologising to his friends saying that Oliver wouldn't be coming out of his room that night and sending them home. Later that evening Oliver was still in his room. He cried all the way through that birthday night. 1 ...read more.

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