on the Fantasy
chapter one, an wormhole
The Rose Fairy woke the rest of the children,
sat at the table, and looked at them with a serious ex-pression.
"Guys, are you all ready to go to the fantasy world with me?"
When she asked in a soft tone, the children nodded vigorously.
"Yes! Of course. We were always ready," the children said at once.
"That's a relief. Then try to pack your things right away. If you go there, you will wear what the fairies wear, so don't pack your clothes. Take care of something that is most precious to you."
"Yes! Of course I'll pack my piggy bank," cried Tommy.
"Oh, my God, Tommy! I told you! I would have said that this real world currency doesn't work in a fantasy world!" cried Rose, and Tommy shrugged.
"I've never heard of it." At Tommy's words, Ellen frowned.
"You fool, I'm sure the fairy told you! That's five times, too."
"Has she?" Tommy scratched his head, and Rose sighed.
"Anyway, guys! You guys will now go to the fantasy world and become new fairies. So you should always take care of yourself and train well. Don't break the wings of another fairy like me! Take care," explained Rose Fairy step by step. 'Yes!' said the children at once.
Then, Mia suddenly said.
"But, fairy! Isn't it unfair that you were kicked out of the world just for breaking your wings?
That's ridiculous. She was just a newbie fairy, right?
Besides, wings grow new in a month, right?" Mia asked.
"Mia, I understand you. That's right, right. I was so upset back then, too.
To be kicked out for 100 years for a simple child's fault. Besides, I was so sad to be away from my mother fairy Eva."
Rose continued. "However, how fortunate is it that I met you guys through that opportunity? Now, go ahead and pack your bags! I should memorize the magic spell that opens the door to the fantasy world."
She flew lightly to the bookshelf, took out a thick magic spell book and opened it.
The children scattered and put some of their treasures in their backpack.
Tommy put a purple vase from Sally, a girl he was close to, and two of his pets, frogs, in a water bottle and put them in his backpack. Then, he packed his snack case well and carefully put it in. The snack carton contained two sweet strawberry candies, six peppermint candies wrapped in blue paper, and a large milk chocolate. Ah.
Of course, there was also a Turkish jelly in a large box that I received as a gift from a sponsor not long ago.
Ellen went straight to bed and packed her favorite doll, Emmy. Then I put in a set of doll tea teas, and a book.
Other children put in some of their cherished things. Harper picked up the camera
I will film a fantasy world."
When the children were ready, Rose chanted the spell and put the big book in her backpack. Rose folded her rich pink skirt well and put it in her backpack.
Her backpack was full. Rose helped the children tie their backpacks, and then pulled a magic wand out of her treasure chest. The children saw the magic wand for the first time.
Because Rose said magic is always dangerous and forbade children to see or touch her magic wand. Ellen exclaimed when she saw a stick with a pretty star at the end.
"Wow! It's so pretty, fairy," said Ellen, and Rose smiled broadly. "Now, let's go to the fantasy world!" she murmured a spell she had recited with her arm extended.
"Marissa, Vallicantiol! Presto!"
As soon as her spell was over, there was a large wormhole in front of the children. Purple smoke billowed out of the wormhole, and it was indescribably mysterious.
The children looked at the wormhole without saying a word. When Rose recruited the children,
Jack and Daisy jumped into the wormhole first, followed by Mia and Harper.
And Rose hugged Ellen, who was afraid, and put her in the wormhole, and she jumped into the wormhole herself. However, Tommy still had lingering feelings about the piggy bank,
so he couldn't easily jump into the wormhole.
Rose held Tommy's hand, guessing that the wormhole would close soon.
Tommy eventually failed to pack his piggy bank and entered the fantasy world.