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The Princess and the Clock

by ElizabethKate | Score: 5150

Once upon a time there was a princess who lived in a tower. She was waiting for her new clock to get delivered. There was a knock on the castle door and the famous Monsieur Duvei was came to the door holding a clock. 
"Thank you." she said.
"You're Welcome Mademoiselle!" Monsieur Duvei said.
The princess goes back to her room and shows her new clock to her pet turtle.
She sits down and picks up her princess phone. She looks through her address and phone book up na d realizes her sister's number is gone, she hadn't memorized it! She was sad because she wanted to tell her sister that the clock was for the fundraiser the Kingdom was doing and her sister was running it.
"Oh no! Gwen'll be so sad!" she said. "All those girls and boys disappointed that my clock won't help them!"
She pulls out a map. "Might as well go tell Gwen the news in person!" She says, running to the stables. 
Her horse waits and then runs off. The princess meets a weird inventor who tries to advertise frying pans that make it to where the eggs don't stick but she rode away. The princess finds her sister and gives her the clock. "Here." World peace was achieved, all because of one clock.

The End

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Event A package is delivered
Character A popular clockmaker
Words Reach 50 words
Letter Use the letter S
Prop Include a turtle
Words Reach 100 words
Event An important phone number is lost
Character A childish fundraiser
Letter Use the letter G
Prop Include a map
Words Reach 200 words
Prop Include an egg
Character A cynical inventor
Event World peace is achieved
Letter Use the letter Z
Character A dull traffic warden
Event Someone's dog is injured

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