Intermediate. Years 7/8/9

Wiz-onderland

By Caitlin Guilbert, year 9, La Mare de Carteret School

In my world it is a deserted island, no other living things exist in this world but the people on the island. They try to survive by choosing a side to live on. Two founders; one magical, one from Wonderland. They both set off on their own journey's bumping into one another on the way, they were the best of friends until they had an argument. However the both of them claimed the island to be their own, that's when they came to their senses and split the island into half; not figuratively. They built their sides like their old home.

The Queen of Hearts planted seeds which she had gotten from Wonderland, then hoping for vegetation to grow. Now there is an extremely vast red castle with hearts on it on her side. The village has red and black houses darted around the castle, she put the village close to the castle in case any dangerous animals would attack the people. The Queen of Hearts is very wise, however she doesn't stop wanting people's heads if they commit a crime. The people get their food from the Queen's gardens which includes all mysterious, wonderful things you could ever think of. The people have to be extremely careful as the Great Lake of Monsters is what they value most for, this is because the monsters are their weapons.

Dumbledore has built a massive version of Hogwarts on his side, his people are witches and wizards which can use wands to control things. Their way of transport is apparition and brooms, they also have a Quidditch pitch for having fun with. They value their animals the most as their weapon is lots of magical animals including Bowtruckle's and Dragons. The people play in the waterfalls all day for amusement. Then suddenly...

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