Chapter 2: Jack Frost
On the roof of the bus was a very peculiar character. A boy, but not just any boy, one that had bright white hair and eyes as blue as you would never imagine. He was lying on the roof with his back propped up against the roof escape hatch. Leaning against his right shoulder was what appeared to by a wooden shepherd’s staff. He seemed perfectly balanced, even though the bus was turning tight corners, as he fiddled with the strings of his dark royal blue hoodie. While he did this, he whistled a tune he had picked up from somewhere.
The bus came to a stop in front of the Burgess Elementary School and its hinged doors flung open and a mob of kids jumped off the bus and ran all over the school’s playground. Jamie and Sophie …
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Guardian Legends: The Hoodie
It was a bright morning in the small town of Burgess, Pennsylvania. People were hurrying everywhere to pick up groceries and such things or at least trying to get out of the wind. For it was unnaturally cold on Main Street. Especially since it was the month of July. Of course there was a good reason for this.
Walking down the street was a teenager who looked at least fifteen years of age. He was tall, at least five foot eleven, had snow white hair, and bright royal blue eyes. His name was Jack Frost. He was holding a wooden shepherd’s staff and wearing a dark brown duster that was tattered and torn and had what looked like holes from a cannon in it.
A few days ago was the fourth of July. He was flying over the Bur…
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Chapter 1: The Morning
It was a warm bright morning in the month of August. Jamie Bennett was walking out of his house to feed his great big Greyhound, Abbey. As he fed her, he looked around with dismay. It was as if he were looking for something. He searched the sky, the yard, the fence, even the roof of his own house, but still he couldn’t find it. He walked back inside to find his little sister, Sophie, waiting with a big grin on her face. It was her first day to school.
He looked down at her with a little smirk and said, “I guess he’s not coming.”
She seemed to get a little teary eyed, but didn’t cry. Their mother said that it was time for school. The two children ran out the front door just in time to see the huge school bus come to a st…
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