Your class will be writing one or two paragraph(s) as a class group for the story (not one paragraph per student). The first class will write the intro paragraph(s). Then the next class will read the paragraph(s) and decide how they want to continue the story. This will continue until the last class on the list writes the ending and gives the story a title. Your paragraph(s) will be typed onto this Wiki page. You will add the 3 pictures to the wiki after your class writes your paragraph(s). You can pass the writing on to the next teacher before you post your pictures. The pictures should illustrate events in the section that your class wrote.

Paragraph Start Date
Paragraph Completion Date
Due by
Ms. Megan Stamer
St. John the Apostle School

January 26, 2018
Jan 26
Ms. Joanna Vargas
St. Leo's School
Elmwood Park

February 23, 2018
Feb 23
Mrs. Lisa Gallagher
St. Elizabeth School

Mar 23

Title (given by last class):

Once upon a time, Curly, the Evil Fairy, visited Timmy’s farm. Timmy was a dragon who was also a creative farmer who farmed owls on the dwarf planet Pluto. Timmy was the most dragon-y-dragon ever, except that he couldn’t fly. Curly, the Evil Fairy, decided to trick Timmy.

“Hey Timmy!” yelled Curly.

“Hey Curly, What’s going on?” questioned Timmy.

“I have a favor to ask.” said Curly.

“Are you sure that’s a good idea? I am a dragon, after all.” said Timmy.

“Yes, I’m sure. First, go through Katrina Land. There you must visit the Ice Queen and retrieve a crystal.” said Curly

“No...I don’t want to do this. Katrina Land gives me nightmares. The Ice Queen will take my soul away!” muttered Timmy.

“What if I gave you my special messenger to protect you on your journey?” asked Curly.

“Oh?! You mean, you’ll lend me Rudolph!?” Timmy asked excitedly.

“Yes! Rudolph will help light your way!” Curly exclaimed.

“That sounds like a plan. But… what if I melt the Ice Queen with my fire breath? How can I get the crystal then?” asked Timmy.

“I’ll send you with a magical potion to help you retrieve the crystal” said Curly. “So will you go on this journey for me?” he asked.

Timmy thought about it for a few minutes. Should he go? Should he stay? His owl farm was very important to the economy of Pluto. Would he melt the Ice Queen? Could Rudolph help him?

“Well… What do you say?” asked Curly.

“Yes. I’ll go on this journey for you. When do I leave?” said Timmy hesitantly.

“You must begin your journey within 48 hours,” replied Curly. An evil grimace appeared across his face as he retreated back into the woods.

Timmy walked into his barn. “You shouldn’t have agreed to this,” said Kookles, the wise old owl. “Don’t worry about me. Curly is lending me Rudolph, the giant flying unicorn. His bright, glowing horn will lead the way to Katrina Land. Not to mention, I’ll have a potion for once I get there,” said Timmy.

“What exactly does that potion do?” inquired Kookles.
“Um,” Timmy replied sheepishly.
“I’ve been warning you about this for years!” Kookles exclaimed.

The wise old owl flew on top of the nearest tower and gave out three eery and long hoots. Meanwhile, Timmy prepared for the long journey by packing his supplies onto Rudolph’s sled.

Less than two days later, the adventure began. Timmy had a very uneasy feeling as Rudolph rocketed into the sky, but he knew a promise was a promise. However, he felt in the pit of his stomach that he’d made a horrible mistake.

About five hours into their trip, the sled abruptly stopped. Timmy was horrified when he realized Rudolph was using his horn as a laser beam and disconnecting the sled. The most dragon-y- dragon, who could not fly, was about to meet his demise, when all of a sudden, he landed into a net.

“Well done, owls!” he heard Kookles exclaim. Suddenly, Timmy realized all the owls from the farm were holding a giant net, which was safely keeping him from plummeting into space.

Then, he saw an even stranger sight. Timmy rubbed his eyes and saw the figure of a lady wearing a crown of flames, riding on a flying tiger. Timmy was so confused and looked upset. “Do you remember the Fire Queen?” Kookles gently asked. “You were a baby dragon when you last saw her,” Kookles whispered.

Timmy tilted his head. Hot tears rolled down his steamy cheek as the memories came rushing back. Slowly, Timmy recalled, “There was a war. My wings lost their power. This lady with the red hair handed me to you. A promise was made.”

“Yes, Timmy,” Kookles replied. “And now we need you to be strong and help put an end to this saga. Are you ready?”
Who is the Fire Queen? Is she related to the Ice Queen? Why would Curly and Rudolph want to harm Timmy? How did Kookles know to come and save Timmy? So many unanswered questions loomed in the air.