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Princess Tyra and the Tiara

A myth submitted to the site by Aleena

Manchester, England

In a huge village,there lived,a little cottage.In the cottage,lived a little girl called Tyra.One day,Tyra's mother told Tyra to go and look for a chicken and kill it for food to eat.

Early that day,when Tyra went to look for a chicken,she went past a ginormous forest.Tyra went into the forest,looking for a chicken.While she was looking, she found a beautiful tiara. Next to the tiara, there was a note. The note said, "This tiara is for a beautiful girl. Whoever finds this, please pick it up and put it on your head.I have a little secret.If you put this on your head,you will turn into a BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS!!!"
Tyra was so amazed!!!She immediatly put the tiara on her head.The moment she put it on,it happened!!!She turned into a BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS!!!!!!!!!!!

When she went back home, her parents where so puzzled and amazed!!
"Darling,what happened to you??? Have you turned into a princess??"said Tyra's mum.
"Yes mum!!Can you call me Princess Tyra, and treat me like a Princess?" said Tyra.
"Ofcourse my sugar plum!!"

By Aleena
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Name: Victor Ofinam-antwi 17th June 2015
Simple, beautiful and gripping prose.
Name: Malesiba 7th May 2013
Wow! I fell with this story the first tym i read it and know i\'m reading it everyday. Thanks for this lovely story Aleena
Name: Faida 14th May 2012
i love your story but needs pic but its so good i haave been reading it over and over again
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