Angel Island

Hey, everyone! This story is about an island near Fairyland. I hope you enjoy the story! Read on to read the story if you want to.

Once upon a time, there lived a fairy who was curious about the island. Her name was Angelica.

One day, she decided to go this mysterious island but she knew that she would have to ask her fairy parents if she could go.

When Angelica asked her fairy parents, her fairy parents said she could go.

So Angelica went to pack for the trip. After she packed, she decided to get started on her trip.

About 5 hours later, she reached her destination. The island had nothing on it. She decided to name it The Island of Curiosity.

Angelica had a very good idea. So she flew home and left her belongings on the island. She told her fairy parents the good idea.

Her fairy parents agreed that it would be a good idea. The idea was to bring all angels to the island.

Angelica would stay there in charge of the angels. Her fairy parents disliked the name chosen for the island.

Angelica suggested Angel Island and her fairy parents really liked the name. It also made sense also.
So Angelica went back with all the angels to the island. As the years past, the angels grew a lot and island. It was no longer an island.

It had become a Fairyland city. To this day, guardian angels and other angels live there with kind Angelica.

People who pass away choose to go to Angel Island or somewhere else. This is the end of the story. I hope you enjoyed it!

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Where Would You Fly

Hi there, everyone! You are about to enter a writing & inspiring world. So hang on to your memories on Earth! Look below and you’ll see the writing prompt and story.

If you were a bird and you could fly anywhere, where would you go? (Look below for my answer). If I were a bird and I could fly anywhere, I would go to a tropical island that I could have all that’s needed. Look below for my story.

A Bird Flies Over An Island

I lived happily with my owner until one day, I was looking for my owner when I saw something below. I flew down to investigate and explore. I had found out this was the island of the Colorful Fairies. When I saw the Fairies, I asked them where my owner was and found out that my owner had went to heaven.

The Fairies said my real family was here. So I set out to find them. I asked around and I was about give up when a fruit fairy asked is that my family. I told her, “Yes,”!

My family asked me what happened to my owner. So I told them, he went to heaven. They felt sorry for me. They said that I was welcome to stay with them as long as I didn’t grab food before the rest of my family did.

I stayed as long as I could. I knew that I had to return to Hawaii. I had to be in a pet store again but this time, nobody came. So I mated and had 6 baby birds but I never forgot my family.

5 years later, I decided to visit the island with my new part of family. They loved to see their grand-birds and my mate. I promised I’d come back every 2 years until they went up to heaven and all went well.

The End

This photo below I got from http://www.tringa.org/images/8861_House_Finch_05-09-2008_0.jpg.

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Books I Recommend: Raleigh’s Page by Alan Armstrong

Hi there! Here’s the 12th recommendation!

1. Raleigh’s Pageby Alan Armstrong
2. Parchedby Melanie Crowder
3. Treasure in Trident Cityby Debbie Dadey
4. Frozen Summerby Mary Jane Auch
5. The Very Little Princessby Marion Dane Bauer
6. Golden & Greyby Louise Arnold
7. Sounderby William H. Armstrong
8. The Penderwicksby Jeanne Birdsall
9. Ashes of Rosesby Mary Jane Auch
10. Kepler’s Dreamby Juliet Bell
11. The Island Horseby Susan Hughes
12. A Season of Giftsby Richard Peck
13. A Good Day for Hauntingby Louise Arnold
14. Willa Bean to the Rescue!by Cecilia Galante
15. Lexieby Audrey Couloumbis
16. Wizards Don’t Need Computersby Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thorton Jones

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Books I Recommend: Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers

Hi there! Here’s the 7th book recommendation list!

1. Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers
2. Roller Skates by Ruth Sawyer
3. The Littles Give a Party by John Peterson
4. Mary Poppins Opens the Door by P.L. Travers
5. The Princess and the Pizza by Mary Jane Auch
6. Our Library by Eve Bunting
7. Time and the Tapestry by John Plotz
8. Durinda’s Dangers by Lauren Baratz-Logsted (Please note that Annie’s Adventures are supposed to be here since I read it long time ago.)
9. Mirabelle by Astrid Lindgren
10. Island Of The Blue Dolphins by Scott O’Dell
11. Lily by Holly Webb

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