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Image Credit: Roopa S., San Jose, CA The author's comments: I really love Sonic the Hedgehog and writing fanfiction so i wrote this short story to show how great a hero he is. Sonic the hedgehog and Yoshi the dinosaur strolled through the forest in search of a monster. Hours passed and no sign of anything. Before they decided to give up they h...

It Wasn't Him: a Minecrafter's Tale

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Image Credit: Bret N., New Tripoli, PA The author's comments: Yes, this is actually based off something that actually happened to me (so this might count as Personal Experience in the Nonfiction section), but I never found out what it?really was.? In most stories about weird incidents in Minecraft, they always mention Herobrine, the creepy eni...

DragonQuest Diaries #4

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Image Credit: Steve S., Marblehead, MA The author's comments: look at description for #1 Dearest Journal, I can?t say much about my day because I?m a little rushed for time right now. I?m sneaking out of the house to go save someone trapped in some ruins the people here call, the Hexagon. Well, let me start at the beginning? This morning up...

The Cat in the Hatís Tale of Betrayal by Dr.Sleuth

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Image Credit: Valerie L., Niskayuna, NY I know everyone around the world Likes Dr.Seuss a lot But the people who exploit him They should be shot! All of these films people have hated And when a new one is made I and my friends feel tired and wasted We feel worn and torn And we all feel very sick Because all the trouble began In 1966 The Grinch was...

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Image Credit: Xiao H., Naperville, IL The author's comments: The Idea of this essay came from a recet Video Game called For Honor. It is and action and fighting game and talk about Vikings, Knights and Samurai. These I deas were not mine and all credit goes to Ubisoft, the creators of the game. Clink. Clank. The sounds of swords clashing again...

Plums and Cherries Chapter Three - Dangerous Names

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Image Credit: Victoria R., Derry, NH We can separate ourselves from our minds, our bodies and our souls, but what we really need isn't within ourselves at all. It lies within something else ... something unknown and unexplainable. Like a pit in a plum, we have a hard rock in our chests that we can not dig out without destroying ourselves. Let it be...

The Hungary Games: Silver Arrows

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Image Credit: Sean C., Princeton, IL The author's comments: Hetalia x Hunger Games crossover Trees whistled fast as the flash of red whizzed through the forest, successfully hitting its target, as always. The deer jerked backwards and flailed about under the impact of the poison-tipped arrow. The deer went down, still shaking tremendously, eye...

Into the Legoverse: Chapter One

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Image Credit: Adria O., Edgewood, WA The author's comments: My brother and I challenged the other too write a lego story that involved the game Lego Dimensions somehow.? Chapter One: Provided We?d Fall Into Another World It started off as a normal day, like most days do. Occasionally there's that?one day when you wake up and everything?s bon...

If The Shoe Doesn't Fit...

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Image Credit: Katie S., Vineland, NJ The author's comments: Cinderella modernized, in a fun little tale, full of twists and turns. Ask yourself, what would have happened if the shoe DIDN'T fit Cinderella? My heart sagged as my step-mother, Emilia Tremaine(Or Lady Tremaine as I was made to call her) ordered me to clean the whole house. This hou...

Laenaris: Reunion

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Image Credit: Chyi-Dean S., North Tustin, CA The author's comments: This is a sequel to the origin story for Laenaris. I hope you liked it! Above Laenaris? head, an impossible skyscape arched above her. Moons danced among streaks of brilliant auroral color, dark spaces interspersed with stars like salt on a black tablecloth. The Twisting Nethe...