Tuesday, March 17, 2009


SCOOBY DOO AND THE MISTRY
OF PHANTUM VALLY
by Dane Reynolds


One night when the gang was driveing donw a dusty road when they happen to find a little tonw called Phantum Vally and when they got out no one was ther.


The gang started to look a round town and fred said "Something must have scard them away" and Shagy said "like if you think so!!!" And Scooby said "ruhu." Velma said "You chickens be Quiet."

"O.K." Said Shaggy. "r.o.k." Scooby said. Velma, fred, Daffny, Scooby and Shaggy all said "hear that sound?" And there hair stoud up...



AND THEY RAN AWAY FROM A GHOST SCREEMING!



and they finally got away and they made a plan. Fred, Daffny, Velma and Scooby would get the ghost behind the mistry musheen. So Shaggy can cut the rope and catch that ghost.



The plan begins...


and the ghost relly was Dr. Mick. and he said, "I would have goten away with it if it weren't for those metleleng kids."


So one by one the people came back to Phantum Vally. the end


About the Author: Dane reynolds. my sister is aubrey. and I also like the movies and Books because they are good!*


*Author Dane Reynolds self-published this book at home and took it to school to read to his 2nd grade class, who loved it.

4 comments:

KUrlie said...

DANE!! This book is fantastic! I especially love how you drew Velma, she's my favorite. Great story my friend, I'm very proud of you!

Love,
Karen

Kristy Lund said...

So cute! :)

Elaine said...

Dane -
I really enjoyed your book. You used excellent word choice and your story was very fun to read!!! I hope you write more adventures in this series :). You are a fantastic writer. I should know; I was an elementary teacher for 23 years!

- Your mom's old friend and your new friend Two-Lane Elaine

Anonymous said...

Sorry, Dane, to not have read and seen this treasure of a book while in your home last week.

Really enjoyed your science project.Have you had time to research cobb/structure/London?

You did a marvelous job on creating the book. Is the story line your ideas or a sample of a Scoobey book? Either way, it was terrific.
Lovingly,
Grammy