Daily Archives: March 14, 2011

Tim’s myth

Tim’s story is set in China and has a very downbeat ending ‘Jo-Mo The Great’ Long,long ago in ancient China one great Jo-Mo and his helper Mau-Mau were called upon by the grand Emperor Tang-Wing to defeat the evil dragon … Continue reading

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Kate’s myth

Kate’s myth involves a brave hero, a mean man and a very nasty beast. The mystical monster Long,long ago there lived a very fair king who went by the name of Dareous, who lived a very happy live indeed until … Continue reading

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Liah’s myth

A nasty beast has been upsetting the good people of Greece. But does our hero leave some unfinished business at the end? Is a sequel on the way? Fast Flame And The Beasts   There was once a person called … Continue reading

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Another week of myths

  The first myth of the week comes from Phoebe. This is a dramatic story in which not evrything is resolved at the end. Athena the serpent slayer. Long, Long ago Elpius, a thief, stole King Luton’s most loved treasure, a golden … Continue reading

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More fables

Here is today’s fable by Tallulah, a twist on the hare and the tortoise story. The Tree Race! From the corner of her eye Hedgehog could see Squirrel and started to feel even more shy, as Squirrel was ever so … Continue reading

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