North's Little Girl: 4While North worked on ice sculptures in his office, little Ana peeked in to see her Dada's toys. She watched as a huge chainsaw roared loudly and ice exploded everywhere. She was used to all the noise in her Dada's workshop, but for some reason, the chainsaw was always scary to her. Music by Stravinsky played on the record player and her Dada sang along with it, skidding along in his rolling chair. Once the chainsaw was away, she tiptoed in, watching him work. How he picked up tools and chipped at the ice, hearing it fall on the floor and watched it melt.North's Little Girl: 4 by bloodrosered
"Dada!" Ana called. "Dada!"
North looked as the barefoot girl tugged on his shirt, clutching her fuzzy bunny in her arm.
"Up, Dada! Up!"
"Alright, malyshka. You want to see?" asked North, picking her up.
The girl sat on his lap, watching with awe as her Dada carved a train out of ice. Blue eyes stared in awe and amazement at the ice sculptures. Her Dada's toys were so beautiful.
"Ooh!" Ana said. She reached out to touch
Snow Angel (Jack FrostxTeen Colonial Reader)Burgess, PA. circa 1700Snow Angel (Jack FrostxTeen Colonial Reader) by bloodrosered
The light of the full moon shone of the frozen pond, Jack Frost blinked his ice blue eyes, feeling his body being pulled towards the glow of pale light. The ice cracked softly, parting as he emerged from the cold darkness, frigid drops of water ran down his face. He let out a gasp as he got his first breath of air like a baby at birth, a cloud of cold breath rose from his lips. Panting, he levitated in the air, then stared at the moon. He was scared at first...but after seeing the moon, his fear dissipated. He landed on the frozen pond, the cracked ice melded back as soon as his bare feet touched.
He looked at himself and around. He didn't recognize anything. He walked, slipping slightly on the icy surface of the pond. After gaining a stable footing, his foot hit something. Looking down, there was a wooden branch lying there that looked like a shepherd's staff. He touched it with his toe. It turned a shade of blue when he touched it. He picked it up
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