Friends are people we can rely on, like a second parent, and trust. But how can we know who our real friends are and who might be pretending? This is the story of Chail, Mieal, and Mia, three kids who just started primary school. Even though they come from different backgrounds and make different choices in life, could their differences actually help them become friends?
Twelve-year-old Will is a dragon. He's a member of the Water Clan that thrives in the Bermuda Triangle. His parents abandoned him seven years ago and never returned, leaving Will with just a magic necklace and the Ocean to guide him.
Alone on a tropical island, his world will change when he meets her... a beautiful, young girl named Maddie. All he wants is to spend the rest of his life with her, which proves to be both a grave and miraculous mistake.
A chain of events brings the two tweens together on the famous Carnival Ecstasy, where they must learn the truth behind the Bermuda Triangle, in order to save Will's legacy. However, darkness is in the air, as well as something that challenges the dragons' future once and for all.
Who/What is the monster that dooms ships and planes to the bottom of the Triangle? What does it want from Will? His parents abandoned him for a reason, but only the young dragon can figure it out.
*Claxton spin-off story, but it can easily be read as a standalone.*
When 14-year-old Aurora discovers a hidden portal in her book, she's thrust into a world where her choices shape reality. This novel takes young and older readers on thrilling adventures through new worlds, offering multi-level educational values for children and young adults.
Beta readers:"Like Jules Verne's works, but twisted to power.""A mesmerizing journey through worlds unseen - a must-read for fans of fantastic adventures!""This mind-bending tale explores the power of storytelling. I couldn't put it down!""A riveting blend of science fiction and fantasy that keeps you guessing.""The strangest novel since Alice in Wonderland.""Improves mood."
Read more:Maja's choices can change the fabric of reality as she and her newfound friends traverse parallel worlds, uncover hidden truths, and face unique challenges. As they encounter cybernetic creatures, molecular printers, and twists on familiar tales, they must confront the sinister force of Blackness that feeds on entropy and threatens the balance of the multiverse. Embark on an adventure captivating readers of all ages.
A sequel to Soup!
A shifter called Soup and his human, Missy, live together up in the field of flowers.
With Missy now suspecting Soup's true form, both must overcome thier fears to work through this new chapter in thier lives.
But when all seems like it is settling, a new creature called Stew makes herself at home amongst the family of two, bringing with her questions about a shifter's life in a crueler world beyond the train tracks.
A young boy finds a blue bird with a broken wing. The story details his journey with the small blue bird, from recovery, release, return, and finally a tragic death. The little boy however gets over his grief to rejoice in the care of the little blue bird’s surviving family.
It’s good to remember good old times but that time is over now right?
It’s doesn’t matter how hard we try because that time is over now and there is a thing always time and memories stick to together.
There have connections to each other every time.
when we remember the memories There are always be memories.
the important thing about life is time and memories.
Because if we don’t have them. We like just empty things. As humans, we have feelings, memories.
by the way, we have to move on if we don’t do it we stuck in that time.
Right now I am nineteen years old. soon I will be twenty years and thirty years. I know time goes on fastly, it hurts.
i don’t know why is that but it really hurts.
I remember my childhood. it’s just like yesterday, I know we have to move on, I said it to myself many times but every time it’s stuck with my mind ‘’ The Feeling Of Childhood ‘’
‘’time’’ it’s funny because sometimes we were happy it’s going so fast and the boring times it’s going so slowly.
the most hurt part in life is when we recognize that good times are already over, it becomes to the memories. every second, every minute, every day we going to older. time is the most valuable part of every life.
as we grew up we get responsibilities it’s getting heavier every day. It depends on time if we can go back in time we can change everything, but my wish is, its good if we cant go back in time because everything happens for reason.
time changes everything.
I know it’s hard but we have to face it. because that what life is right? I told myself that every time to myself when I feel sad.
sometimes it helps me sometimes not. yeah it’s pretty good
Are You Happy About This Everything?
No ← — — — — — Are You, Happy — — — — — — — → Yes
Time, Good to know.
This is the letter I wrote to the government of Canada, asking them to stop discriminating against First Nations children and families on reserves, and asking them to stop taking First Nations children from their loving families. All the research is from the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society, whose website is here: https://fncaringsociety.com
You can read the following letter and please, please, even if you don’t live in Canada send a letter of your own, either using this letter as a template or in your own words:
A land, split equally in half, is ruled by two children.
The child of the light harnesses the sun and all the creatures belonging to it.
The child of the dark dwells in the moonlight and gives life to night.
When the Moon and Sun's sides bleed into each other, hybrids are formed belonging of dark and light.
How can both children see past thier differences and learn to co-exist?
This is a contest entry that has been lengthened to be sent to a collaboration for my publisher.
See 'My gift to you (the moon is a thief contest)' in my 'Collaborations' work for the original entry here.
This had been edited out of Penana.