by Eleanor Ewing
Lirren’s shadow kept disappearing. At first, it was only for a few minutes at a time. It would leave, as if going for a coffee break, and return quickly to her feet, shifting from bear to wolf to fox before settling back into her own likeness.
by Raya Kenney
I am a crazy cat girl. That’s a fact. And, my cats, of course, are goofballs. That is also a fact. People might believe that avid cat people are crazy, but the truth is, you can learn many things from cats. Even though cats are small brained mammals, they have really taught me wonderful lessons that I will use my whole life.
by Hana Zherka
Do you ever wake up one morning and you just have that feeling? It is a small warmth in your chest, blooming throughout your heart. I didn’t know what that meant at the time. I didn’t know that it would mean I would meet him. I would meet the one.
In the 1800s it was peaceful and quiet in Paraguay, which is in South America. Little did they know, the monsters were planning on taking over Paraguay. They planned on having 6 monsters in each city in Paraguay. Each monster would scare at least 100 people away per city. The first day they were going to try and take over Paraguay was November 13, 1825.
by Rachel Pepper
Before I went to school, I made sure I had my backpack, my homework, my schoolbooks, and my gun. My school was fairly advanced, and it was one of the ones that had legalized guns for students, due to recent gang activity.
By Margo Cramer
Once upon a time, when eggs could give you the power of flight and newts cured bunions, there lived a rather bald man named Arthur. He was fun to be around except for one thing: he would always yammer on about magic, how he wanted to learn it, what he would do when he got it…
By Fiona Lui Martin
Tessa kicked the ball in her backyard, and as she ran, her long brown hair flowed out behind her. But she had long black pants, and she was getting very hot, so she stumbled on a rock and fell on a tree stump.