Excerpt From: Daniel L Rappaport & Patricia Gresham.
“The Legend of the Lost Rose.” North Hamilton Press
“Wake up. Wake up!” cried the little frog.
“What? Whoa. Wha wha…. Where am I?” asked Spark.
“At the farm, at La Grenouille Frites.”
“You are in FIRE, in a town called Cuisine Française. You are on a farm with thousands of other frogs, ready to be this week’s dinner. We all thought you interesting with your wings and all. Apparently so did chef Crevette. She had a time catching you, with a huge net! Now we all find ourselves trapped inside of this
bio-dome, in this pond. The only time we can leave is when someone orders one of us off of the menu.”
“I don’t understand. I’m on a special mission. I can’t be in here! Not only our lives, but everyone’s in LIGHT depends on this! LET ME OUT! LET ME OUT!!!”
Suddenly, he started to fly around in a crazy fashion. He was hitting all sides of the dome, and getting banged up.
“Calm down. It’s okay. YOU aren’t going anywhere. Heh, heh, heh, heh. You are a very lucky frog. She doesn’t intend to kill you. At least not yet. Rather, she wants to stick you in a cage, like a bird, and use you as an ornament to impress the
“You don’t get it. I was chosen to go on a mission, to save the world. I can’t be stopped now! Especially, since the Apovil is moving so closely in, and so quickly. What’s your name?”
“It’s Petite. Apo-who? Our world is just fine. Please calm down. You will have all the flies that you can handle.”
“Tell me…. Have you noticed a decrease in the amount of frogs that come through here recently?”
“Well, now that you mention it, yes. I just figured it was an increase in guests.”
“Not quite. Has the restaurant stayed equally busy, even though the amount of frogs that have come through has decreased?”
“I never thought about this, but, YES!”
“Unfortunately this has been happening all too often in many places around LIGHT. The planet’s Magickal life force has been on the decline. No one really knows this. Everyone thinks that this is just a natural phenomena and that it happens every
“Well, isn’t it?”
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