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Sitting on a fence, dodging a sprinkler, these were some of the things that Alp the Fly did during the day.
The New Zealand Fly
Book 1: Great heights
Alp awoke feeling fresh and happy, he got up and went to breakfast, when he had finished he looked out the door of his home, dew clung to the blades of grass and sparkled like diamonds. He decided he would have a short flight so he took off and surveyed the scene,from his hight everything looked so small, he saw a house fly and swooped down to have a chat, "Good morning!" said the house fly "I have heard the humans are going to "water" their garden today, I would stay inside if I were you!" "Thanks for the tip!" said Alp, the house fly flew off, suddenly something hit him on the wing, he wheeled round and saw the air behind him full of drops of water all sparkling like diamonds another drop hit him and he shot off with the speed of the wind, making for his home, when he finally collapsed on the doorstep he was exhausted, his mother flew over to him, "I never thought I would ever see compound eye or proboscis of you again!" She said.
Book 2: The Wave
Alp was cruising along over the material that the humans call “concrete”, he saw a tasty snack and landed, as it turned out the snack was a spider! The spider spun round, wheeling an outstretched lag at Alp, Alp ducked and the spider missed,he turned and saw the spider running away,he hadn’t long to wonder what had made it run: a huge wave of water was hurting towards him,he had no time to take off,the wave hit him and carried him with all it’s force toward the edge of the “concrete”, it flung him over the edge and he lost conciseness, when he woke up he was floating upside down on the water,as he floated toward a leaf he grabbed it and pulled himself upright, his wings were soaked, he could not fly, it was getting late so he curled up on the leaf for a sleep. When he awoke he found his wings dry, after some nectar he took off and made for home, when he arrived his mother flew over to him and said “Where the diamonds have you been!” Alp explained his long absence to the eager ears of his sister and parents.
There are 4 books total.