Creative Writing Experiment #2

This experiment consists of trying to write a children's book. I started writing this children's story my senior year of high school for my psychology class.

Always Bee Nice

Page 1
Beatrice woke up early in the morning.

Page 2
The light was shining through her window and the smell of honey was very strong.

Page 3
It was a beautiful day, but Beatrice was not excited about getting out of bed and going to school.

Page 4
For the past few days she had been bullied by a girl at school named Queen Bea.

Page 5
None of the kids at school liked Beatrice because she looked different from everyone else.

Page 6
Unlike the other kids she did not have stripes.

Page 7
She was bullied by Queen Bea and her swarm

Page 8
just because she was different.

Page 9
Beatrice did not know what to do about her problem

Page 10
so she decided to talk to her parents.

Page 11
After she told her parents about her problem

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they told her that she should be proud of being different from everyone else.

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Her parents then suggested three solutions to her problem.

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The first solution was to talk to her teacher.

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The second solution was to talk to a friend.

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And the third solution was to confront the bully.

Page 17
When she went to school that day

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she decided to confront Queen Bea and her swarm.

Page 19
After listening to Beatrice,

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Queen Bea realized that everything she had done to Beatrice was wrong.

Page 21
Queen Bea quickly apologized

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and begged for forgiveness.

Page 23
Seeing that Queen Bea was truly sorry

Page 24
Beatrice forgave her and decided that everyone should try and be friends.


  1. I really like your story. It's a similar idea to one I wrote. My only concern is that the issue was resolved to quickly and too easily to be realistic. Kids can be mean, and there is very little chance that confronting a bully when he/she is surrounded by all his crew will end with him/her admitting to being wrong and apologizing. Just a thought.

  2. Thanks for sharing this. Delaren makes a good point -- don't resolve the conflict so quickly. Also, I would love to see you have more fun with the world of bees. :)


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