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Loise and the Dragon

A myth submitted to the site by Annabelle


Long ago a dragon called Gordon and a girl called Loise met at the stone bridge and talked about their future.

On the 23rd June they met again at the stone bridge and this time they found a shiny big gold key. Gordon and Loise looked at each other and then looked around the bridge at the same time both noticing the previously invisible wooden door.

Although a little bit scared, they very bravely ventured over to the door & put the key in the lock. When they opened the door they found a magic chair that as soon as they sat down started to move about the room on it's own. They were very surprised and a bit nervous until they realised that a scary monster was under the chair, and responsible for the movement.

Fortunately, the monster was very nice and took them on a lovely journey to many beautiful places & took Annabelle & Auntie Sam Panther with them.

The End.

By Annabelle
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Name: Gill 15th June 2009
Very nice story. Well done Annabelle and also, not forgetting, Auntie Sam Panther!!
Name: Andrea 12th June 2009
Well written, little but scary but not too much and a happy ending - just what we like to see.
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