This is a place to explore, with lots of creative writing tips for children and teens and storystarters. There is a Daily Writing Challenge for you and a dare to pay yourself first and put some time in the Creative Bank. Check back regularly as this area of the site expands.

Young Writers’ StorySchool

Young Writers’ StorySchool is my brand new online video writing masterclass for young writers. It’s the culmination of fifteen years running workshops for filmmakers and writers, everything I know about writing rolled into 24 x 3-4-minute videos on different aspects of the writing process. Perfect for use in the classroom, accompanied by comprehensive teachers’ notes (written by a teacher) and activity sheets, as well as for the keen kid writer to use at home. Here’s the trailer…

Other Writing Tips for Children and Teens on Video

Click below to watch Finding Story Inspirationa writing tip inspired by my new thriller novel for middle-graders The Fall. A perfect way to get inspired for the day, add to your writer’s toolkit and open up discussion about key areas of creating an amazing story. If you have an idea for a future video on creative writing, drop me an email or leave a comment on this post.

Story Inspiration. How can books and movies inspire and influence your own story, novel or movie script?

Vision Board Template for Creative Writing

The Vision Board is  one of my key writing tools – a place to collect images, video, music, maps to capture the feeling of the story, establish setting and characters. Here is a free download of a basic VisionBoard I have made in Keynote. I hope it’s useful for students, teachers and creatives.

Anything Goes Daily Writing Challenge 

When I was in fourth grade our teacher, Mrs Bannister, made us write, every morning, in an ‘Anything Goes’ book. Here is mine:

Our Mission was simply to write – to pour the contents of our minds onto the page.

The Rules were something like:

1. Don’t Think. Just Write.

2. Write for 5-10 minutes, flat out.3. Once you begin, your pen is not allowed to stop moving across the page until the time is up.

My Life as a Chocolate Bar. Most of my stories were about lollies in fourth grade.

Every story didn’t have to be amazing (as you can see above). We were allowed to make mistakes. It wasn’t to teach perfect spelling or neat handwriting. We weren’t being marked. It was just about creativity. This is where I learned to write. This is how I discovered my Voice as a writer.

My notebooks have a hard life.

I still do ‘Anything Goes’ every morning at 6.00am. I write three pages, flat out. The biggest secret to being a writer is simply to write. I challenge you, whether you are a kid, a teenager or an adult, to spend 5 or 10 minutes each day simply writing. Fill up an exercise book. Fill up ten.

Put some time in the creative bank every day and remember, like Mrs. Bannister said – Anything Goes.

Some of my notebooks from writing three pages a day over many years.

Good luck! Leave a comment below and let me know how you’re getting on.

How Creative Writing Can Light Up Your World

Story Starters 

* Vision Boarding


* Worst Job Ever


* Food, Glorious Food


* ‘I Remember…’ (Using your own life for story inspiration.)


* Just a Dog


* Meet Inkham (Room to Read)


* My Totally Awesome Story



The Writer’s Studio 

Peek Inside Kids’ / YA Authors’ Writing Spaces:

Deborah Abela (Max Remy Superspy, Grimsdon)
Brian Falkner (The Tomorrow Code, Brainjack)

Wendy Orr (Nim’s Island)
Ian Irvine (Grim & Grimmer)
John Boyne (The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas)
Michael Pryor (The Laws of Magic series)

Tristan Bancks (Tom Weekly series, Two Wolves, The Fall)

Gus Gordon (Wendy & Illustrations for My Life & Other Stuff I Made Up)

Gabrielle Wang (Poppy)
Katherine Battersby (Squish Rabbit)
Richard Newsome (The Billionaire’s Curse)

Shamini Flint (Diary of a Cricket God)

Oliver Phommavanh (Thai-Riffic)
George Ivanoff (Gamers’ Quest)
James Phelan (The ‘Alone’ series and Lachlan Fox thrillers.)
James Roy (Town, Captain Mack, Anonymity Jones)
Pat Flynn (To the Light, Alex Jackson)
Libby Gleeson (Mahtab’s Story, Amy & Louis)
Kate Forsyth (Rhiannon’s Ride, The Witches of Eileanan)
Tohby Riddle (Nobody Owns the Moon)

Lots more Amazing Writers Sharing their space here!



My Top Writing Tips for Children and Teens

1.   Write a lot. Read a lot. Live a lot. Everything you write, read and experience will help you become a better storyteller.

2.   Develop a writing practice. That means writing every day. Even five minutes or three pages a day will make you a better writer.

3.   Stay inspired. Stay loose. Feed on the world and let it flow into your writing. Don’t make your writing perfect at first. Just get it down.

4.   Writing is Rewriting. Be prepared to rewrite and rewrite and rewrite and rewrite. 



  1. Dylan Jeffrey
    July 21, 2011 / 8:44 am

    Tristan you write some awesome books, thanks for coming to Delacombe Primary School, i tried writing a story for 5 minutes flat out it was interesting!!

  2. Liz Devine
    August 10, 2011 / 3:10 am

    The kids in my class are writing flat out about any picture they found in the newspaper which caught their eye. It's the quietest they have been all year and they are loving it. Try it teachers!! It's great.

  3. August 11, 2011 / 4:12 am

    Hey Dylan. Thanks so much for saying and that is so good that you're diving into the freewriting. The most unexpected things happen when you just begin.

    And, Liz, that's a really cool activity, finding a newspaper pic. It allows the individual to naturally flow towards an idea or image. Glad it went well.

  4. Isaac Nicholls
    August 19, 2011 / 1:46 am

    Hi Tristan.
    I liked the stories and stuff that you showed us today.
    It was a good morning and I'm glad you made it better.

    Kind Regards,

  5. August 19, 2011 / 8:16 am

    Hi Isaac
    That's so great mate. Glad you liked the session. I hope you get a chance to read one of the books. Let me know what you think.

  6. Anonymous
    August 24, 2011 / 10:06 pm

    Hi Tristan my name is Rosie. You recently visited my school Charlstown East public school. you came on the 24th of august!I am really inspired by you for I take acting lessons and love writing stories! I am writing a story right now and it's called my life as a chocolate bar!
    Her is the first part: It was a cold windy morning I had just got out of bed. I'm the first one up,(as always)I quietly sneek into the kitchen, I heard a sound! "What could it be?" I asked myself. It sounded like something dripping to the ground. I turn around there were footsteps. I look down to what seems like a long hallway, my toes getting colder every second! But then it hit me I was just dreaming. So strait away I pinched myself. Then suddenly there I was sitting up in my bed. I could hear the sounds of my little sister screaming> ( WHAAAAAAAA WHAAAAAAAA) I hop out of bed strangly my feet were still cold! Did I mention my name was Stacy Fregemball! Well that's all I've written so far! Hope you like it!

  7. Danielle White
    August 26, 2011 / 10:54 pm

    Hey Tristan,
    You came and spoke at to my classmates and I at Chisholm last week. I decided to start writing a book with a friend on a site called wattpad. Think it's going well. We were all very amused by your toe story. Hoping to get My Life and Other Things I Made Up when it comes to our school library. Thanks for talking to us, it was awesome

  8. Anonymous
    August 31, 2011 / 6:14 am

    hi my name is robert and you came to redeemer lutheran college on the 31st of august you were great!!!!

  9. August 31, 2011 / 11:23 am

    Hi Tristan I've learnt a lot from your tips and creativity and you really do write awesome books I read Galactic adventures and it was really cool and interesting!

  10. August 31, 2011 / 8:29 pm

    Hey Rosie
    Thanks for putting up the start of your story. It's super-cool. I want to know more about Stacy Fregemball and what the dripping sound was and what happens next. Remember to try to get to the end of the story before you start re-reading and editing. And, then, don't expect your first draft to be brilliant. Just rewrite and rewrite and rewrite and then your story will purr. Good luck! Let me know how you're getting on!

  11. August 31, 2011 / 8:33 pm

    Hey Danielle
    Thanks for dropping me a note re: my visit to Chisholm and your Wattpad story. I just had a look at Looks so good. The future of publishing, perhaps? Good luck with the story (co-writing's fun) and let me know what you think of 'My Life and Other Stuff I Made Up'.

  12. August 31, 2011 / 8:36 pm

    Hi Robert and Hilly Hilarious
    Thanks for dropping me a line re: Redeemer, Robert. I'll be back there running workshops again today! And cheers for the good vibes on 'Galactic Adventures' Hilly. Hope you enjoyed the space travel facts at the back. I'm fascinated by the possibilities.

  13. Crystal Johnston
    September 2, 2011 / 7:16 am

    You came to Redeemer today! I'm inspired. I'm writing a story about a boggart named Froggart now 🙂 I might send you a copy when it's done! Thanks for the inspiration!
    P.S If you don't remember me, I'm the one who gave you the idea for "Band-Aid Bix".

  14. Miranda
    September 2, 2011 / 9:37 am

    Hey Tristan! I'm Miranda from 5AM, the last class you saw from Junior School!! You saw me on 2nd Sept, which is today! I was the one who laughed crazy & I was sitting next a Taiwanese girl too, so probably you should know me.

    Redeemer Lutheran College

  15. September 6, 2011 / 10:53 am

    Hey Crystal. "A Boggart Named Froggart' sounds kooky and interesting. Hope it's coming along. And 'Band-Aid Bix' was gold. It has to go into my sibling rivalry story sometime.

    Miranda – Hope you're still laughing.


  16. Candice Caldera
    September 8, 2011 / 8:58 am

    Hi Tristan, my name is Candice Caldera. I am a gymnast and I barely get a chance to do this awsome writing but I hopefully will get a chance to continue after my gym exams. Great ideas and thanks for coming to my school.

  17. October 7, 2011 / 4:02 am

    Hi Candice. Hope your gym exams went super-well and that you are now in the middle of creating a story that you love. Tristan.

  18. March 17, 2012 / 12:07 am


    you came to my school a while ago – silkwood primary, and i tried the 5 min flat out writing, and all i could come up with was about wolves! i found it a bit odd so i tried again. that time i mainly wrote about india.

    in a way i liked how i only wrote about 1 thing but found i very funny when i finished, as i read it.

    from Eden

  19. Victoria :)
    May 24, 2012 / 4:57 am

    Hii:) I can't wait for the Skype chat with you that our class is doing next week! We all want to know more about you and your love for writing etc. Thanks for all the inspiration! 😀 keep up the good work ~

  20. roy
    May 24, 2012 / 5:01 am

    hi u are really inspire me(even though i learnt about u today) thanks for the insieration thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  21. May 24, 2012 / 5:54 am

    Thanks Roy and Victoria. That's so great that you're feeling inspired when you leave this page. That is the plan. Go create something! Hope you get a chance to play with Story Scrapbook, too. Let me know what you think. Tristan.

  22. Mikhalyn
    May 27, 2012 / 8:24 am

    I went to your writting thing today at garden city, i just want to say your websie is Exelant, i installed your app and to say thx!!

    You influenced me today to become a writter and im starting a story right now. Again THANX

  23. May 27, 2012 / 10:49 am

    Excellent, Mikhalyn! That is so good. Remember, stick with the story, even when you think it stinks. The longer you hang out with the story and think about it and write it, the better it will become. It always gets worse before it gets better. That's just the process. Good luck and let me know how you get on. T

  24. Maia
    May 30, 2012 / 9:34 pm

    hey tristan im maia you came to camp koinia i dont know how you spell it anyways i love your website keep it up!!!!!

  25. June 1, 2012 / 5:16 am

    Hey Maia. Go you. I had a ball on the writing camp. Such talented, funny, smart kids. And swinging in the chapel was fun, too. Hope you enjoyed it. T.

  26. Anonymous
    June 12, 2012 / 10:46 am

    thatnkyou for coming to drummond public. im going to get my life and other stuff I made up it seems like a good book.

  27. June 23, 2012 / 10:45 pm

    Thanks Anonymous. Hope you like 'My Life'. Love to hear what you think.

  28. Jacqui!
    August 21, 2012 / 7:38 am

    Hi Tristain,
    You came to John Paul College yesterday and let me tell you it was great! You write amazing books now i want to read one, the story scrap book is awsome our class used it today and it was geat. It was cool how you took our ideas and might use them for you next book!

  29. Me=Awsome!
    August 21, 2012 / 7:43 am

    Thanks for comming to John Paul College! Your books are really good and the story scrap book is really cool(i love the stick notes)

    Ps: I really enjoyed you taking our ideas and maybe putting them in your next book.

  30. Sophie
    August 27, 2012 / 6:20 am

    Hi, Tristan!
    My name is Sophie and today you came to my school, Our Lady of Mt Carmel Primary School, and i was the girl with the curly red hair in the front row with the sling on. I have always wanted to be an actress and writer, i write a lot of stories at home and i adore drama and do it on Wednesdays in my own time and Thursdays for school. I enjoyed your visit and i have read some of your books.

    From Sophie 🙂

  31. Sophie
    August 27, 2012 / 6:35 am

    Hi, again! I just wanted to tell you that I am in the middle of writing a story about an escaped tightrope walker from a circus called the 'Afro Dot Circus'. I got this inspiration from 'Madagascar: Europe's Most Wanted' and it starts like this. I am only running away from the 'Afro Dot Circus' because I have to. It is just so terrible and I need to go with Jeremy, Maxine and Mirabelle because they need me. They really do! "Tammie! Quick! They're probably looking for us now, the officers!" Maxine yelled, running for her life in her baggy overalls, spotty shoes and shirt, pink and purple afro.
    Did I mention my name was Tammie Fregamabili? And that I'm an escaped tightrope walker from the 'Afro Dot Circus'? Well, now I am mentioning it. That's all I've written so far! It's called The Perfect Escape Artist. Hope you like it! Please give me feedback.

    From Sophie

  32. Mikayla Brown
    September 3, 2012 / 7:02 am

    Hi Tristan, I wish you would come to my class, I go to Springfeild
    Lakes State School and I am in the class of 6M. If by the freak chance you do come to my class (which, by the way, WOULD BE FREAKING AMAZAWESOME) tell 'em Mikayla sent cha! Thanks for being a great author, I haven't read any of your books but I really want to BYE TRISTAN!!!

  33. September 13, 2012 / 9:19 am

    Hey Jacqui! and Me=Awesome.

    Glad you liked the presentation and Story Scrapbook. There is a new version of the app available for download today with great new features – changing background colours for sticky notes and a lead pencil, faster markers etc. Hope you get a chance to download!


  34. September 13, 2012 / 9:22 am

    Hey Sophie!
    Thanks for sharing the beginning of your story. How is it going? Have you continued with it? Hope so. The key is to write your first draft without stopping. Don't re-read and look back. Just keep moving forward. You can re-read and re-write later. Let me know how it goes! I love the name Mirabelle.

  35. September 13, 2012 / 9:24 am

    Hey Mikayla
    Thanks for your message. Love the word 'Amazawesome'. Hope you get a chance to check out the books. And will def tell 'em Mikayla sent me.


  36. Jessica
    November 23, 2012 / 8:50 am

    Hi Tristan,
    My name is Jess.
    You visited my school earlier this year, Our lAdy of Mount Carmel. You inspired me to become a writer. I now love writing and i love writing short stories. We have a class assignment, we have to write a 3 page Historical Narrative,when i heard about the assingment i thought 'Oh great, this is going to be really hard' but then i thought back to what you said when you visited us, you said something like " Don't give up when you think everything is bad, keep going", and all my friends say my Historical Narrative is really good!
    When i grow up, i want to be a writer, my parents say i am really good at writing stories.

    Thank you for inspiring me!!


  37. November 27, 2012 / 2:38 am

    Hey Jess

    That's cool. Thanks for taking the time to write to me. I am watching / reading lots of 'Horrible Histories' at the moment which, I think, is an ingenious take on historical narrative. Often Historical fiction feels preachy or awkward to me but 'HH' is a seamless immersion of entertainment and education.

    I'm glad that you're getting good feedback on your story. Keep writing! It is a good way of life. Just the process, even without an outcome, is worth the time and effort.

    Hope to see you again.


  38. Angie
    June 6, 2013 / 6:19 am

    Hi Tristan my name is Angie.
    You came to my school today (6/6/13, St Luke's Grammar school) and I REALLY enjoyed your talk! I'm going to a workshop with you tomorrow at school and I can't wait. I learnt a lot of good writing tips from you today and I hope I learn more tomorrow. I just wanted to say thank you so much. You have really inspired me to write more and to get my stories out there (like you said I should do when you came in today). Thank you so much. I can't wait for the workshop tomorrow!

  39. Mac Slater
    July 2, 2013 / 1:14 am

    tristan u inspir me bet i dnt rly hav good gramr so i cnt rly rite meny books or story i like pie thanks tristen 🙂

  40. July 2, 2013 / 4:19 am

    Hey Angie.

    Thanks for saying you liked the talk. Hope you got something out of the workshop, too. Keep writing!



  41. July 2, 2013 / 4:21 am

    Hey 'Mac Slater'

    Thanks for writing to me. Read a lot and write a lot. That is my tip if you're feeling inspired and wanting to create something. Ideas are more important than perfect grammar, especially when you're a young writer. So get those ideas down, don't be too critical and work on spelling and grammar separately.

    Read a lot, write a lot. Good luck. Let me know how it's going.


  42. Max
    August 22, 2013 / 8:04 am

    HEY Tristan,
    Do you remember coming to ST Williams this week…

    If you do i was in year 6

  43. August 25, 2013 / 9:24 am

    Hey Max

    I do remember coming to St William's. It was a great day. Hope you got something out of it. Cheers for a good one, mate.

    Thanks for dropping me a line.


  44. Anonymous
    August 28, 2013 / 9:52 am

    Hey Tristan!
    Just wondering, how long does it usually take you to write a book?

  45. Paris!
    September 12, 2013 / 12:22 am

    Thanks for visiting Jubilee primary school it was a great experience.
    How did you achieve your dreams of becoming a author?

  46. molly
    September 12, 2013 / 12:25 am

    Hey! Thanks for visiting Jubilee PS! You are awesome. I have a phobia that I would like to tell you.. my sister is totally scared of coke! If i go anywhere near her with it she either hurts me, runs away, or vomites. Gross huh.

    From molly 🙂

    P.S. Story scrapbook is AWESOME!! <3

  47. Anonymous
    September 12, 2013 / 5:45 am

    hi my name is Li-ella
    you did a great performance at Jubilee today
    i loved it

  48. Anonymous
    September 12, 2013 / 5:57 am

    Hi Tristan My name is Riley from jps what is the proses of geting a book published

  49. Anonymous
    September 12, 2013 / 5:58 am

    Hi Tristan My name is Riley from jps what is the proses of geting a book published

  50. Anonymous
    September 23, 2013 / 6:17 am

    hi Tristan what is the whole proses of getting a book published

  51. Mat O'Connor
    March 24, 2014 / 5:34 am

    Hi Tristan,
    What is the software that you use for writing your books?

  52. March 24, 2014 / 9:32 pm

    Hi Mat
    I use Scrivener app to write. And Story Scrapbook.

    Thanks Molly and Liella from JPS for saying nice things about my visit. Sorry I haven't been back to you earlier!


  53. March 24, 2014 / 9:35 pm

    Paris from JPS, you asked about how I achieved my dreams of becoming a writer… I just wrote a lot, read a lot, learnt as much as I could about storytelling from reading books, doing workshops and courses and going to university. The people who become writers are the ones who do it every day no matter what. If you do it every day, you are a writer, print yourself a bookmark or a business card and start sharing your stuff with the world. You'll get better each day 😉
    Hope this helps.

  54. Anonymous
    August 17, 2014 / 4:04 am

    hello tristan i am from frankston high school and wanted how do i plan my story

  55. Anonymous
    August 23, 2014 / 11:02 am

    Hi Tristen Banks I meet you on Friday at our school High School you are really funny and no doubt about that you read us the first part of your book My Life #1 it left me wanting more I can not wait to get the book, where do you get the inspiration from?

  56. Ethan R
    September 1, 2014 / 7:12 am

    Howdy, Tristan!

    My name is Ethan Robins, and you recently visited a school by the name of Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar in Terranora!
    I'd like to say that I was ecstatic to hear of an author taking the time out of their schedule to visit our school! I've found a hobby in fantasy/comedy writing since third grade and it's my favourite pastime. I'm not exactly excellent, but I don't consider it a hindrance and aspire to write books as an occupation. You gave me some good pointers, and I'm very grateful.


  57. Anonymous
    September 5, 2014 / 5:29 am

    Hey Tristan,

    On the 17 and 18 you're coming to our school (BSDE) for the Master Class writing camp. Hope to see you there.


  58. Jack
    September 16, 2014 / 7:30 am

    Hey, I'm Jack.
    I'm from Camp Hill State School, and I'll be going to your Writer's Masterclass tomorrow.
    I really love writing, and I think it will be great to meet an actual author and learn writing tricks and the like.

    I'm looking forward to seeing you tomorrow, Tristan!

    From Jack.

  59. September 16, 2014 / 11:48 am

    Thanks Ethan, Jack and Anonymous. Glad you had a great day Ethan. Me, too. And looking forward to Camp Hill and Brissie School of Distance Ed this week. ;)))

  60. claire
    March 4, 2015 / 7:35 am

    hi tristan its claire you saw me at erskinville public school remember!

  61. March 10, 2015 / 12:27 am

    Hey Claire. Hope you enjoyed the visit. Was lots of fun. T.

  62. Anonymous
    June 8, 2015 / 6:04 am

    Hi Tristan,
    Does it matter if there are spelling, grammar and punctuation errors in our stories?
    Unfortunately I am extremely bad at grammar and punctuation and mess up my words a lot.
    Will we be marked down on this when the stories are being read or will it not matter?


  63. June 10, 2015 / 4:15 am

    Hey Anonymous

    Re: spelling and grammar, I think do the very best you can and have someone check over your story as well as using the spellcheck on the computer (although that can sometimes give you American spellings). Go through the story with a parent or teacher and ask if they'll help you make it as tight as possible because it definitely makes it harder to fall into the story if there are lots of spelling mistakes.

    Hope that helps and good luck! Can't wait to read your story.


  64. Anonymous
    June 15, 2015 / 6:29 am

    Hey Tristan, I am wanting to enter your competition and win $1000, does the short story have to be about your life or can it be made up?

  65. Anonymous
    June 15, 2015 / 6:33 am

    Hey Tristan! My name is Wil, I was wondering, for your create a short story and win $1000 thing, could we do something made up or does it have to be real? Can it be based on your life but a twist.

  66. June 16, 2015 / 2:28 am

    Hey Wil.

    It’s best if it has some connection with something that has happened to you. I say this because I think the best short stories, and the stories that resonate with the My Life series, have one foot in reality, in truth. So it can be an ‘out-there’ story with lots of made-up elements, but the story that’s most likely to win will be an authentic story, one that reads like it’s true, even if it’s not. The best way to do that is to pour as much of your own experience into it as you can so you can tell the story honestly, even if it’s fantasy.

    Does that make sense? Hope so!

    Good luck! 😉


  67. Anonymous
    June 19, 2015 / 8:19 am

    Your next book should be called My Life and other Creepy Catastrophes. From Charlotte.

  68. June 22, 2015 / 3:38 am

    Thanks Charlotte! Nice idea. There are many creepy catastrophes in the next book. Many. 😉 T

  69. August 8, 2015 / 12:58 am

    Hi Tristan,
    My name is Izzy. I LOVE your book two wolves so much that I have read it already 3 times. My homework last week was to write about a book that lit up my world and i did two wolves! It's the best! I also love the silliness and humour in the my life books. I am thinking of entering the competition running for the my life books and i have already written a draft. The only thing is, I don't know how to make it special and make it stand out. How did you make your book sooooooo funny and crazy and gross? Where do you find inspiration?

  70. August 9, 2016 / 11:48 pm

    My English Has improved so much now Thanks Tristan And I love this book

  71. August 16, 2016 / 7:55 am

    Hey 'Luna I Love Wolves'!

    That's so good to hear about your English and that you like the book. I'm just delivering my next crime / mystery novel THE FALL to my publisher on Thursday. Out in May.

    Hope you're well and happy.


  72. August 16, 2016 / 7:59 am

    Hi Isabel D.

    So sorry I didn't get back to you on this comment when you left it!

    So glad you like TWO WOLVES. There are lots of tips for writing crazy stories inspired by your life on my Create page. Top tip is to write every day even if it's only for five minutes!



  73. Muffins
    March 9, 2017 / 6:10 am

    Hi Tristan I would like to say thank you for coming to Launceston church grammar today and this is my idea for the guinea pig hostage:
    Tom says to his sister"before I save the day I need to go to the toilet" Tom runs to the bathroom and goes out to the windowsill and walks across it to where the guinea pig is being hung and then grabs it and makes an escape🏃💵🐹

  74. Muffins
    March 9, 2017 / 8:41 pm

    Hi Tristan I'm so glad you came to lcgs yesterday and my idea for the guinea pig hostage is this:

    Tom says to sister"before i save the day I'm going to the bathroom" he runs to the bathroom and get out onto the windowsill and starts walking along until he gets to the guinea pig, grabs it and runs 🐹

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