New Zealand is a beautiful and icy place during the winter. In New Zealand, lived a famous magician named Mr. Berry. He was tall and thin, and loved to wear a white shirt and a black coat to add to his persona. He also wore a black and golden hat along with a golden Mickey Mouse soft toy on his neck. His magic wand was yellow in color. He would mesmerize hid audience with captivating magic tricks. He also taught magic tricks to the students who helped him during his shows.
Mr. Berry had a spellbook with all his most dangerous spells. The book was light blue in colour and only opened when Mr. Berry shone some light on it. His assistants were named Teddy, Kitty, Fluffy, and Leafy. They were good students and had a lot of interest in magic. Teddy and Fluffy were boys, and Kitty and Leafy were girls. Teddy and Fluffy were fun-loving boys. Kitty was kind and caring. Leafy was cute and liked the colour maroon. She liked to drink a glass of orange juice before leaving for the magic show. They were 8 years old. During the week, they would go to school, and on the weekends, they would learn magic.
On one fine evening, Mr. Berry was performing his magic show in a closed auditorium. He asked Teddy to bring him his golden piggy bank and he cast a spell over it.
A big, funny tornado appeared and took away all the golden jewels from the audience and gave it back to him within a few minutes. Then, the tornado suddenly vanished. The audience gave a big round of applause and were in shock for some time.
Mr. Berry asked his students to play the game, Ludo, by giving them four different colours of coins to represent them. Kitty got a red coin, Teddy got a blue one, Fluffy got a green coin, and Leafy got a yellow one.
They all started rolling the dice one after the other while Mr. Berry opened the dangerous spellbook and started reading the spell. The coins in his students’ hands started moving by themselves, and the instructions for the game started to appear on the mirror that hung on the opposite wall.
“You all are going to get stuck in a dangerous place,” it read.
Suddenly, a big tornado appeared, and they all started shivering and screaming together. All four of the children, and the magician, were carried away by the tornado. The magician realized that these games were scary and dangerous. The spell had put everyone in danger.
The tornado had left them in an igloo. They all started to shiver due to the severe cold. Soon, Mr. Berry got an idea. He whispered his plan to his assistants. Teddy took out the piggy bank from his coat and Mr. Berry started to chant the spell again. The same tornado appeared and this time, threw them to a beautiful house in Scotland. They were all very happy that they were safe.
They cleaned the house and cooked some food and had their lunch as they were hungry. They started playing the same old game. Suddenly, they heard a voice. It was the mirror on the wall, and it read “The Bloodsucker is coming.”
They all started running and the magician tried to cast a spell to protect them, but they were all useless. He tried hard and applied a Halloween spell. Finally, the bloodsucker disappeared. They all were very happy to be saved from the monster and the tornado. They threw the coins and dice that belonged to the game into the ocean, along with the dangerous spellbook.
They finally realized that some magic tricks could go wrong and they were dangerous to be tried without proper knowledge. Thereafter, they did only simple magical shows to avoid trouble. Gradually they shifted to their native place with the money they earned through their shows, and lived happily ever after.
Sisira, an eight-year old child, is a third grade student at Schram Academy, Chennai. She was born in Andhra Pradesh. Music, dancing, and cooking are her favourite hobbies. She also likes to help her mother around the house. She is a creative storyteller and loves to write suspense thrillers. She is very much inspired by music, and movies like Jumanji and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. This inspiration brings her stories to life!