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Jack Frost

A myth submitted to the site by Ally

Arctic, Antarctica

The story of Jack Frost goes like this...

Jack was one day walking through his arctic home with his family. He and his family then got seperated. As Jack wandered around, he saw a shining ice crystal, although you may call it an icicle.

While Jack admired the beauty of the ice crystal, the horrible ice queen startled him. The queen then took him to her ice palace, where he learned to find more beauty in creatures of the arctic, snow, and ice creations, than the bright and colorful village where he used to live. This made his heart as cold as ice.

Now, as the story goes, the only way to restore Jack to his bright and cheerful self, and to make his heart see the true beauty outside of the arctic, is to befriend him, and show him the truth about the ice queen. This can melt his frozen heart.

By Ally
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Name: Diana Rozevskis 17th July 2013
This is a great story and has inspired me with many ideas for the book I am writing: Crystal Waters Next Stop Antarctica (book three in the Crystal Water Series)
Name: Mumtaz 6th July 2013
doesnt seem like it is real
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