Once in war time Britain a 4 year old girl named Milly and a 9 year old boy named Charlie walked to Paddington station with their mother Mrs Walker. Charlie whinged and said “Mum I’m scared”. Their mother softly said “Do not worry it will be all right”.
After 5 minutes they arrived Paddington station. It was full to the brim so they could not see their dad anywhere because the other soldiers were dressed the same as him. Finally they saw him and Milly shouted to him. He boarded the train. Mrs Walker and Milly started crying and Charlie calmed them down.
Later when the children were in bed the air raid siren went off the family rushed down the stairs and into the shelter. Milly had her comfort teddy and Charlie had a car with him. They could hear doodlebugs and bombs drop in the nearby street. Finally the all clear siren went off so they went back in.
The next day Mrs Walker was making name tags while Milly and Charlie packed their suitcases. They walked to Waterloo station where Milly and Charlie had got on a train. Charlie stuck his head out the window to kiss mum goodbye. Mrs Walker started crying as the train left.
After hours they arrived at Forest Town and sat in a room while people picked children out of the crowd. A woman named Mrs Duff picked them and took them to her house in Bectan Sands.
Two years later Milly and Charlie were in the middle of a field gazing dreamily at the sky and suddenly two planes were having a dog fight then one of the planes crash landed in the next field. Milly and Charlie went to have a look. Milly shrieked “It’s German”.
Charlie rushed to the Police station and said that a German plane crashed. Immediately the police rang the army. Soon the German was arrested and taken to the police station.
After the war Milly, Charlie, Mrs Walker and Mr Walker were sitting by the fire in their new house when police knocked at the door and Milly opened it. The police said “Here you go”.
They gave Milly lots of chocolate all shapes and sizes which Milly said “Thank you” and took it all in to the family. “Wow” they said and they then celebrated.
Molly, Porchester Junior School