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The Princess That Got Lost

A myth submitted to the site by Katie

The kingdom is in town, the gray house is in a village

Once apon a time there was a princess named Sarah, she was walking down a path and soon she got lost. So Sarah went to a house and no one was home. Sarah went inside and said "I am hungry." So she looked in the upstairs fridge and there was no food. So Sarah went downstairs to the other fridge and there was no food. She turned around and there was a black slimy monster and she screamed "ahhhhhh."

5 years later there were two little 7 year old friends Leah and Allison. The two friends were talking and Leah said "Allison do you know what my nanny told me? She said that gray house over there has a princess that got killed do you want to go see?"
"uh sure"
So they went inside and checked upstairs but Sarah was not there.
"See I told you she was not there" Allison said.
Soon they looked down stairs - the monster was asleep. Leah and Allison saw it and saw Sarah too. They both screamed and monster woke up, it chased them out the door.

When they got home Leah said "we know not to go in there again." When the monster went back to sleep, Sarah ran right outside and ran right into the forest. She could here her mother and father calling "Sarah where are you?" She ran right home and she called " Mother Father I found you!!" and they lived happily ever after!! :)

By Katie
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Name: Hammers 25th January 2015
It\'s a good story, I like it
Name: Mona 24th January 2015
A great story, but I want more explanation.
Name: Miss Walsh 14th January 2015
A great story! You definitely built up the tension. Maybe next time, try adding in more detail to really make the monster seem scary! Good luck.
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