Picture an early morning in a forest that is just waking up. The ground is wet with dew, and all the birds are beginning to make a lot of noise with their morning calls. There is a small pond, overrun with moss, you almost can’t see it with all the greenery guarding it like tall castle walls. Splash! The water’s surface has been disturbed by a frog. By Rosie in fact! She is a very special frog coloured purple and red, so you can always spot her swimming in the mornings. You can even spot her if you were flying high above the pond amongst the top branches and leaves. And indeed, a pixie whilst on her morning fly did spot Rosie from that high up! It was Tinkerbell, THE TINKERBELL, who stopped and flew down to Rosie and joined her swimming. They raced each other up and down the pond, played marco polo and tried their luck at synchronized swimming. They were having so much fun that all of Tinkerbell’s pixie dust fell to the bottom of the pond and into the soggy, muddy bottom. She couldn’t get out of the pond, she was stuck treading water as she couldn’t fly anywhere. Before the two of them started to panic, Rosie knew that she could help, she didn’t need to fly she could hop anywhere she wanted! Tinkerbell gave her instructions to go the Red Wood where she’ll find an enchanted train that will be carrying plenty of pixie dust. It was pulling into the Red Wood station in 5 mins, so she had to hurry!
Rosie speedily hopped out of the pond out of her woodland, across the clearing into the Red Wood. She saw the train and pounced for the pixie dust, but suddenly a Netherbeast appeared. It had huge horns, pointy and very sharp claws. It howled and reached for one of the carriages holding the dust but the train shot away before Rosie or the Netherbeast could get their hands on it. Rosie was in danger and she needed to think fast otherwise she would be the next victim of the infamous Netherbeast. The Red Wood gets it’s name from the red trees within it, they are all a rich, bright red with all sorts of green leaves. Perfect for Rosie as she can camouflage herself onto the tree. She was half red anyway and was able to change all her purple parts to red. The Netherbeast could not see her and was circling the trees trying to sniff her out, but then it slowed down and started to yawn. It slumped down next to Rosie’s tree and shut it’s eyes. Rosie noticed that the trees were shaking and little white dots were falling from the leaves. The trees had awoken and realizing Rosie was in danger they covered the Netherbeast in their sleeping powder. Yet, there was still a problem, the Netherbeast was still underneath Rosie, she was never going to able to get around him and she started to cry and worry about poor Tinkerbell stuck in the pond. The Trees didn’t like to see Rosie upset and whispered between themselves until one cleared it’s throat and said:
“Why did the scarecrow win an award?...Because he was outstanding in his field!”
Rosie wasn’t sure if it was meant to be funny or if the joke was so bad it was funny but she politely chuckled anyway. Before Rosie could hear the second joke, a low rumbling roar came from in front of them. Two golden animals were running right at them and their roaring was getting very loud. The Netherbeast started to stir at the noise but was still in a daze from the ton of sleeping powder on him. The golden creatures were lions and it was Leo and Mar, they have a long history with the Netherbeast and at this point they were not getting on too well. They were a metre away from the Netherbeast and were roaring so loud that Rosie had to cover her ears. The Netherbeast ran off while he had the chance and Rosie was able to jump down and thank the Lions. Leo and Mar directed her to where the pixie train had hidden itself and she quickly send her goodbyes and hopped towards the train.
By the time she had got back to the pond, Tinkerbell had found a drifting leaf from a water lily and was using it for support. Rosie sprinkled the pixie dust onto Tinkerbell and she shot up through the branches and out the top of the forest to dry off in the Sunshine. When Tinkerbell returned, they both decided to explore other parts of the forest and to find the perfect spot to build the perfect treehouse, away from any ponds!