Hi again! Below is this weeks hyrda heads.
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My entry: Nichole dodged through the hall. An old spell book tucked under her arm. She raced to room 106. The room was empty and dark. She slipped in, keeping an eye out for Mrs. Franklin.
She walked to the students’ desks and pushed them back, forming a circle around her. She placed her book on the teacher’s desk and flipped open the book. The pages were blank.
“What the… Why did my great aunt leave me an empty book?”
There was a harsh cough that echoed throughout the room. Nichole wheeled around, but no one was there. She turned back to find the book floating in mid-air. Two eyes were perched on the leather binding.
“Lesson one,” the pages fluttered, “never judge a book by its cover.”
“Now, to be a witch you must practice the art of spell casting. We’ll start with the levitation spell. Concentrate on your target and repeat Lightous Featurous!”
Nichole jumped to her feet. She raised her hand, focusing on a chair.
The chair shook and shot across the room, slamming through the desks and into the wall.
“Again,” the book ordered.
The door cracked opened as a boy peeked in.
Nichole turned, startled, “Tightous Raturous!”
The boy shrunk, landing on all fours. His nose grew long, his eyes became beady. He wrinkled his whickers as he stared at Nichole. Nichole picked up the rat.
“Transfiguration isn’t until the twenty-seventh lesson, dear!” the book snapped.