Some folks have told me that I would be a good author so I tried to write a children’s book. I wrote a short story about Mortimer the Unicorn and his best friend Norsktroll the Butterfly.
Here is a quick summary:
Mortimer the Unicorn and Norsktroll the Butterfly would scamper through the forest and meadow together smelling the sweet flowers that grew on top of Blazers Edge bluff. One day 92wastheyear the Bunny introduced Mortimer to ICE. Mortimer spiraled into an "one hit wonder rockstar" like self-destructive addiction.
Prezofdeath the Squirrel and amlmart1 the Spanish Fly tried to do an intervention to no avail. Mortimer the Unicorn goes on a rampage that ends in a climactic battle with Dave the Bear and Ben the Mountain Goat, where Mortimer accidentally smashes his best friend Norkstroll. As Mortimer holds Norkstrolls crushed body in his hooves, he mutters to himself, "No hope, no hope" and flings himself off a cliff. Dave, Ben and all the other forest critters are horrified that the last unicorn killed himself, so the entire forest goes on a bunny hunt for 92wastheyear. They find him in his burrow and Dave the Bear eats him and every other bunny in the family except the daughter bunny*. It’s an uplifting children’s tale.
Let’s start a new Blazers Edge children’s book. I’ll start the first bit.
Ann the fan was covered in dust from spending the hot summer in Dave the Blogger's window. She was tired from working all summer and she was looking forward to being cleaned and taking a break once the leaves began to change from green to yellow in the trees behind her window.
* First sequal is called "22wastheyear... of Revenge, a Bunny's Vengance."
What is the best children's book/author?
Charlotte's Web by E. B. White (1 vote)
C. S. Lewis books (6 votes)
Harry Potter books by JK Rowling (10 votes)
Encyclopedia Brown books by Donald J. Sobol (2 votes)
Shel Silverstein books (8 votes)
Dr. Seuss books (16 votes)
Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak (8 votes)
The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter (2 votes)
Curious George by Hans Augusto Rey (6 votes)
Arthur books by Marc Tolon Brown (1 vote)
Clifford, the Big Red Dog by Norman Bridwell (1 vote)
C. S. Lewis books (7 votes)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl (1 vote)
The Boxcar Children by Gertrude Chandler Warner (3 votes)
Fudge books by Judy Blume (1 vote)
Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder (0 votes)
Stuart Little by E. B. White (1 vote)
Other (7 votes)
81 total votes