Making their way to an amazing school trip, Lily and her classmates meander through the dark forest. Suddenly, the atmosphere takes on a gloomy display as the storm seems to be raging on. Lily’s friends are then kidnapped by the marthians, and transformed into one of them. Making a wise decision, lily soars through the sky to save her friends. Unless Lily can trick the evil king and destroy the bi-world, a stunning lot of children would be lost leading to the destruction of goodness on Earth…
You are surrounded by stories every day. The lessons teachers give in school are often stories. Songs tell stories. Pictures tell stories. Movies tell stories. Comedians make up their routines with stories. When you say to a friend about something that happened to you, you are telling a story. Can you think of the last story you heard? Think hard: it may be something you just listened to a few minutes ago!
Stories are powerful. They can teach morals — the values that the author of the novel thinks people should live by. They can teach history. They can entertain us. They can make us feel about things in ways we've never thought of them before. They can make us laugh. They can make us cry. Telling stories is a large part of what makes people connected, and I did the same thing but with kids. It was a new experience, an amalgamation of different sets of minds and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Now, being a certified storyteller, I can tell stories of any kind, and make them sound interesting simultaneously.