The Waiting Game by Gunnar

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Art by Nicolas Chapuis. Colors by Alyssa Spector

All quiet on the front. Little too quiet. Means one thing: the Decimators have something planned. What? Ah don’t know. But, if the past is anything, it’s somethin’ big.

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Working Together by Penelope

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Art by Nicolas Chapuis

Dear Mother,

Everything’s ready for the Mid-Summer Recital. My song (unlike the others which are based upon fairy tales) is about the grandeur the Five Kingdoms achieved by working together.

As separate kingdoms we were nearly doomed by the Days of Fire. United, we prospered as Harmonia. We achieved greatness by working together. This is the theme of my song, if five separate kingdoms can work together so can cats and dogs.

I can’t wait for our subjects to see Flora and Fauna tidy up a mess. It’s hard to get cats and dogs to work together without a common goal. But, like the Five Kingdoms had the Days of Fire, Flora and Fauna had an impossible task to complete: tidying Zara’s room.

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The Bird Weave Song by Clarisse

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“Of Princess Estrellia and the Bird Weave Song”

 By Clarisse of Castillia

For Her Royal Highness High Queen Aleta,

It is with great excitement that I shall sing “The Bird Weave Song” at the Midsummer Festival.

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The Ballad of Dragons by Zara

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Zara by Nicolas Chapuis

I don’t know what Kyra’s life was like before she married King Tomas, but it doesn’t matter compared to what she did. Walking in the forest one day, Kyra heard a cry that sounded like a banshee and a dove. Drawn by the sound she found a baby dragon.

Pitying the poor creature, she took the baby raised. Kyra fed and sang to her dragon, whom she named Starlight. When people asked she told them it was a lizard. It didn’t last long, the dragon went from a baby to an adult and people were scared.

Kyra didn’t care. She’d raised Starlight since he was baby so he loved and trusted her. Here’s where the story gets exciting. Continue reading “The Ballad of Dragons by Zara”