I have a wonderful book called 'The Mysteries of Harris Burdick'. But it's not a regular book. It provides the reader with a picture, a story title and one line from the story. The line could be from anywhere in the story (the start, the middle, the fifth line, it really doesn't matter). It is how you interpret it. Have a look at all of the information and then try to write your own version. Remember all of the wonderful Year 6 writing features you were all so good at using! I can't wait to read your stories.