“I left cameras on Neptune so I could keep an eye on my old computer.”
One day I made an ice ship that was freeze-proof. The inside was made of metal. It took me ninety hours to build the ship. I was tired because I didn’t sleep or eat anything. I was excited to go to Neptune to throw away my old computer, so I could buy a new computer to study Neptune.
When I got back to Earth, I studied the ice on Neptune. I left cameras on Neptune so I could keep an eye on my old computer. I wanted to see my old computer freeze and decompose. It took ninety days to see the screen break and crack. I lost all of my computer data. I miss my old computer.
Adventures to Neptune, time traveling calculators, visions of the future–the vibrant stories in On the Roof of a Spaceship will transport you to new dimensions. Students in 826LA’s After School Tutoring Program launched their imaginations from the writing lab in Echo Park to far away galaxies and uncharted timescapes.
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