Sophie Eats Fish And Chips For Dinner by Darcy May Partridge -
My name is Darcy. I am a grown up pretty girl. My birthday is 5/5/2004 and I am 14 years old. I have one pet lizard left called Rexy, a hamster called Clive and two rabbits called Thumper and Gizmo. I am Aimee's best friend and I have a trampoline in my…
Feb 2016
Member Since
Published Books

Sophie Eats Fish And Chips For Dinner

by Darcy May Partridge

One evening, Sophie, Alex, Mum and Dad are going to London to have fish and chips at a restaurant called The Cadbury. “I love fish and chips!” she said, and she got excited.


“Hello, how may I help you?” asked a lady. “Please can all of us have haddock fillets of fish and chips with garden peas please?” asked Dad.


“Sure! Your table number is 364, so you can all sit down now.” said the lady. “Whoa! Haddock is my least favourite fish which I don’t like eating.” said Alex.


Alex was getting flighty. “You have to have a haddock fillet of fish as you have to eat it!” said Dad crossly. “I love pollock fish better!” he said crossly.


Sophie began to cry. “I don’t like angry people.” she sobbed. “Sophie, it’s okay. Alex is just a bit angry and flighty because of the haddock fillet of fish.” said Mum.


Soon, the dinners were all ready. “What’s on the pudding menu?” asked Alex. “There’s strawberry, vanilla or chocolate ice cream, sundaes, fruit jellies, fruit lollies and more.” said Mum.


“The fish and chips are so yummy!” said Sophie. “Garden peas are disgusting! I like mushy peas better!” said Alex crossly. “Alex, can you stop being a brat and eat your dinner?!” asked Dad crossly.


Sophie, Alex, Mum and Dad ate all of their fish and chips. “I’m going to have some raspberry jelly and some chocolate ice cream for pudding!” she said delightedly.


Sophie received some raspberry jelly and chocolate ice cream for her pudding. “This is my favourite dessert!” she said. “That’s what you wanted, wasn’t it?” asked Mum.


“Let’s go home now.” said Dad, and he took Sophie, Alex and Mum back to his car. “Can I sit in the front?” he asked. “No.” he said.


“Please can I sit in the front, Dad? Please?” begged Alex. “No! Because you were being a brat at the restaurant, so you can’t sit in the front!” said Dad crossly.


Sophie and her family went straight home. “It was fun!” she said delightedly. “We all enjoyed our dinner there.” said Mum, and they should go for dinner there again.


To our wonderful community of readers:

The author has made this book available to you free of charge. We'd be really grateful if you'd consider one of the following:

  • Donating a dollar to the author

  • If you enjoyed the book, leave a like!

  • Write a few words of encouragement in the comments section below

  • Share it with your friends, you can use this shortlink:

Thanks for your generosity!
Mel, Ran, Shuli and the Ourboox team

This free digital picture e-book was brought to you by

Create your own free book

Ourboox is the world's simplest free platform for creating, sharing and promoting digital picture e-books.

Join us now and make your books come true.


Leave a Reply