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How to turn a prince into a frog
By Hazel, 8,
You need one prince (to turn into a frog), and you need to be at least in witch elementary to do this. Sneak up on the prince from behind and say Abro Zabre Anura and wave your wand.
By Clea, 8,
Campbelltown, NSW, Australia
Moon stars mist and sun
my spell is undone
By Jazzella, 10,
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Powers of the sun and forces of the moon
because one quset to open the doors to shadowlands,
let out the light shine in it eternal night
and leave on corner untouched,
to that we may free our friends
from the shadows that binds them.
SPELL OF HOUSEHOLD CHORES
By Ceals, 13,
Spick and Span
Make this room
as clean as new~
Time Travel Spell and Vanquishing spell
By Darcy, 13,
New Jersey, USA
Pob Art Thee Vinidow Anad Headthnew Aquin Athiwast Nee Shafthnida
cast this spell to surf the Time realm
Wastral Youth Of United Hours I Vanquish Thee By My Powers
cast this spell to vanquish a person, or object.
By Brynn, 11,
You need a
. Wish box (a special box)
Now what you need to do is get out your wish box and every day you rip a tiny piece of paper and write your love wish everyday and chant after you wrote it down.
"Oh master of love please make my lovely wish come true"
and trust me it works!!! (it worked for me)
Spells for Math
By Chris, 10,
San Antonio, TX, USA
To make you great at math
Chant this three times
As I walk the academic path
please make me excellent in math
Self defense spell
By Hector, 10,
Rochester, NY, USA
Crepto thunderous frajillies
Dear Mr Merlin
By Evie, 9,
Dear Mr. Merlin
Would it be possible,
For me to be a wizard for the day?
If I was really good,
I might even be able to stay.
I would bring all my own eqiupment,
Cloak and wand and hat.
And if you really wanted,
I'll even take my own pet rat!
I'll be a great assistant,
And mix up potions by the load.
If you would give me a recipe,
To turn my sister into a toad.
By Thomas, 11,
Here Comes Halloween
By Olivia, 9,
Laconia, NH, USA
Halloween is coming soon
So hurry! Quick! You'd better find a costume!
Hurry hurry now, here it comes
To haunt YOU and your friends TOO
Trick or Treat! Trick or Treat! You will say at every door
Getting candy, more and more
And now I must come in
Because what good is Halloween without a big big BOOOOOO!
Dare With A Twist
By Michal, 12,
"Oh, come on, your afraid of everything." Jeff and Keven teased Missy and Crissy.
" We are not, and we can prove it," Missy said as her anger started to boil over " Crissy and I wil go up to Haunted Hermons, and stay the whole night."
Crissy looked at Missy, shocked.
" Okay then, we now officially dare you to stay the whole might in there," Keven said, smirking " If you run out screaming your heads off, you have to do our homework for a whole week."
"What if we don't?" Crissy asked suspiciously.
" Then we won't play any more pranks on you." Jeff said surely.
" It's a bet!" Missy said smiling.
" What if they actually are able to stay the night?" Keven asked Jeff woriedly.
" Then we'll just have to make sure they don't stay the night then, won't we?"
" You have five minuits to prepare yourself." Jeff sneered
"Are you sure about this Missy?" Crissy asked nervously.
" We're going in!"
"Calm down Crissy, it's only me." Missy said comfortinly. The two had been in the old rickety house for over three hours, and still nothing had happened.
" Ooooooooo, Ohhhhhhhhhhhh."
" Missy, is that you?" Crissy said in a frightened whisper.
" Ohf, ouch." Jeff and Keven said as they rounded the corner with some supplies.
" It's only the boys Crissy," Missy said soothingly. " What are you guys doing here?"
" Missy honestly, it wasn't us." Jeff said frightendly.
" It's been like that the whole time."
As fast as they could, the kids ran to the door, but just as they rounded the corner, they saw the ghost disapeaing.
You all can be sure of one thing, the boys never played pranks again, and the girls never were cought denying that they were scared ever again. (October 2004)
By Kimberley, 11,
There is a ball when you've gone to bed,
On Halloween night a monster blood red,
He will anounce with a great big pounce,
That all monsters here in this very year,
Are invited to the Pumpkin ball.
You see the Pumpkin ball is a terrible thing,
Where all the monsters and horrific things,
All gather round the monster blood red,
To have a ball when you've gone to bed.
There's ghouls and ghosts and a host with the most,
Monsters and things wearing lots of rings,
Skeleton's and bats wearing red top hats,
And a tentacled monster wearing a poncho.
They all dance around to some eerie music,
That sound like cats who've forgot how to mew it,
A Sudden whistle, a scream like a missile,
And a vampire appears who's been alive for years.
He greets the monsters with a glare,
Then puts down a pumpkin on each chair,
It's time for the annual pumpkin scratch,
All will take part except for the bats.
All the monsters stand by their chairs,
As no-one but no-one is willing to share,
The hooter sounds and they all get stuck in,
A banshee arrives with a great big din.
A uproar sounds as the hooter goes,
And the banshee looks round standing on toes,
She announces the winner,
Then they sit down to dinner.
Then the monster blood red,
Will stand on his head,
And begin to announce,
With a great big pounce.
That it is his great pity,
To leave this city,
He'll send an invitation,
To the whole monster nation,
Inviting them to the next Pumpkin ball!
By Yevgeniya, 11,
Cupertino, CA, USA
I hear voices I dare not speak
The door opens with a loud creek
A dark stranger comes in
A bright light shines from within
It washes away my tears
And scares away my fears
The dark stranger is gone
And know it is dawn
How to turn one thing into 2.
By Casey, 12,
Stand there, and calm yourself. Say these words and brace yourself
(not guaranteed to actually work.) (October 2004)
By Cody, 12,
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
I tossed and turned in my bed,
waiting for the day ahead.
Then I heard footsteps out my door.
I was terrified,
It felt like my heart would hit the floor.
Then I heard a tapping at my door,
Just a tapping and nothing more.
I got out of my bed,
With my heart filled with dread.
When I opened the door I saw nothing.
The hallway was dead.
As I turned around,
I felt someone watching me.
Then I thought in my mind,
Please let me be free.
I felt a cold hand on my shoulder,
I could feel my blood get colder.
I turned to see a floating being,
I could not believe what I was seeing.
As I fell to the floor,
I wished for no more.
By Christine, 12,
With this ribbon, I do bind,
my heart to yours and yours to mine,
Love I call you come to me,
as is my will, so mote it be.
Kids on the Net Spellbook
By Tash, 11,
eye of toad,
leg of newt,
squish them up and make some fruit.
Piece of pottery.
Dear god please let me win the lottery.
Winnie the Witch & her Tragic Tale
By Rachel, 14,
You know what Halloween is, apparently, but did you know there was such a Witch that existed that actually came out on Halloween night? Now, it's not a mean Witch or anything and I'm not trying to get anybody scared - this Witch that I'm talking about was a nice Witch; a very 'unique' Witch. She went by the name of Winnie, even though her birth name was Winifred, and when she was a very little Witch, the other Witches used to tease her and taunt her.
Now, Winnie didn't like being treated this way and she didn't think any child or Witch or Zombie or Mummy (etc.) would either. So she decided when she grew up, she wanted to make a change. She wanted to make sure every child was protected and no one's feelings were ever hurt the way hers were.
So every Halloween night from that very night on, Winnie would ride through the sky on her broomstick, scanning every block of every street of every state of every country of every
(OK, OK, I think you get the point already)
making sure no children were being scared or taunted or teased.
But one Halloween in particular, about, say 3 years back, there was this one little girl who was especially being made fun of because she had braces, thick-framed glasses, and she wore high tops. Now, she wasn't the most popular girl in her school (that's the point, obviously) so she was being tormented by some nasty popular girls that Halloween night. She wasn't exactly brave enough to stand up for herself, but when Winnie looked down from the sky and noticed the girl being pushed around, she zoomed her broomstick down from the sky and down onto the ground and when she got there, she cast a spell on the popular girls and turned them into toads with lumpy warts.
Now Winnie wasn't cold-hearted enough to leave those popular girls that way forever - it was just a simple spell that wore off the night following Halloween. But as for the poor, helpless girl who was being teased, she didn't even thank Winnie, instead she angrily remarked, "I don't need your help to defend me, lady. I don't know who you think you are but I hope you're happy, you've made me seem even more unpopular now! Thanks a lot! Now everyone thinks I need an old lady to defend me!" Then she ran off and we never had seen her again. Poor Winnie!
And that's exactly why Winnie retired from helping children, yes, you heard me
she retired. Sad, truly, it was. But she knew she had to since she felt unwanted and unneeded.
But because of her retirement, she wasn't able to help many a child many a Halloween night because she felt they'd just get angry at her and snarl at her for trying to help. So, even though it seemed mighty cruel to just leave the kids to be picked on, that's what she knew she had to do.
Now about four years after Winnie's retirement, some urgent news arrived. There was a little boy who was being teased just because he was a 'teacher's pet' and he got all A's and there were mean, eigth grade boy bullies who were pushing him around and even making threats.
Winnie heard about the news, indeed she did, but still she knew she should not get involved
"Winnie! This boy really needs you!" Said her sister, Minnie.
"No Minnie!" Winnie stammered back. "I cannot help children anymore! They laugh at me for helping them and I do not want to get in the way of their social life."
"Winnie! Just because one little girl got angry at you for saving her life way back years ago doesn't mean other children don't need you. OK, so some may still even yell at you and argue with you about saving them, but does that matter? No way! What matters is you save them! This one little boy, Charlie, he could die if you don't do something. He is in great danger, Winnie, and I know he needs you."
" Winnie stated blankly "I can't no matter how much I want to. I just
"I can't believe you, my own sister, about to let some bullies perhaps kill this young boy and you're just sitting around on your fanny not doing a thing. Yep, just kickin' your feet back without a care in the world." Minnie stated angrily.
"What?! Whoever said I enjoyed just sitting here, knowing kids are being tormented?" Winnie was bewildered.
"Well, it's pretty darn apparent," Minnie shouted back, "I just never thought the day would come when you would abandon some children for
the prevention of getting yelled at. Big deal! So what! I get yelled at every day by my Boss at work
but does that mean I still don't appreciate what I did? No! Of course I appreciate it, and even though my Boss may have yelled at me, it was worth it Winnie. It really was!"
This helped Winnie to realize she was needed - even if she was yelled at it was worth it to save a life. So she hopped atop her broomstick and sped off in search of Charlie. When she finally discovered him, he was in an alleyway being chased by eighth grade bullies. The poor boy was practically tripping over his loose shoelaces.
"You boys had better leave Charlie alone RIGHT NOW or you are going to get it!" Winnie screamed as her eyes turned red and her face stiffened.
All the bullies stopped and stared at her, eyes widened and jaws dropped in confusion. Charlie stared too. No one moved a muscle.
But then Winnie continued, "You touch that boy and you are dead meat! Now scram! And I NEVER want to hear or see you've been messing with Charlie again! Now git!"
And all five of the boys ran, screaming, home to their Mommies. Classic.
What really surprised Winnie was that Charlie didn't even yell at her or anything. He just smiled, bowed, and walked silently away. But that was enough to Winnie. She didn't even want the thanks. The memory of her saving a life was just enough.
And so the story of Winnie saving lives every Halloween night goes
so you better watch your back if you're one who likes to tease others (even if you think it's funny and just a joke) make sure it's not on a Halloween
for you never know if Winnie's watching you!!!
By Colin, 7,
Chocolate, beer and doggy tails,
Cats' claws and balls of fire.
This potion never fails
If these three things are your desire:
If you want to never die,
Have superstrength and power to fly.