Look, Dad!” said Lily sands. She pointed across the blue- green sea at the rocky island ahead of them. The ferry was sailing towards it, dipping up and down on the rolling waves. “Is that Rain spell island?” she asked. Her dad nodded. “Yes, it is,” he said smiling. Our holiday is about to begin!”
The waves lapped against the side of the ferry as it bobbed up and down on the water. Lilly felt her heart thump with excitement. She could see white cliffs, emerald green fields and golden sandy beaches with rock pools dotted here and there.
Suddenly a few large raindrops plopped onto Lilly’s head. “Oh!” She cried surprised. The sun was still shining. Lilly’s mother grabbed her hand and told her to come inside. Isn’t that strange, sunshine but it’s raining thought Lilly? “Let’s hope that this rain stops before we get off the ferry” said Mr Sands. “Now where did I put the map of the island?”
Lilly looked out her window. She opened her eyes wide. A girl was standing alone on deck. Her dark hair was wet with rain drops, but she didn’t seem to care. She just stared up at the sky. Lilly looked over at her mum and dad. They were busy looking at the map.so Lilly ran onto deck to see what was so interesting, and there it was in the blue sky, high above them was the most wonderful rainbow Lilly had ever seen. One end of the rainbow was far out to sea. The other seemed to end somewhere on Rain spell island. All of the colours were bright and clear.
The ferry was sailing into Rain spell harbour “We’re here” shouted Lilly bending over the side of the boat
“Yes we are here” said Rebecca “Now I think you should say bye to your precious family” All of a sudden Rebecca’s face cracked and she appeared to look like a witch.
Rebecca pushed Lilly over the side and Lilly went
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