By Justine Fontes, Lisa Workman
Illustrated by way of Lisa Workman.
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Everything was pristine. No cars had yet left their tracks to sully the road. The small squares of lawn that lay in front of each of the houses like perfectly aligned placemats seemed to stretch beyond the boundaries of their chain-link fences and join together as one great field of white. A thick blanket of snow covered each roof as if to warm and protect the house underneath. All was quiet. The sun was just beginning to peek out over the horizon. The air smelled crisp and expectant. Snowflakes danced in the awakening sky, touching down softly on Hazel’s long black hair.
She glanced at Adelaide, who nodded earnestly. Uncle Martin smiled. “Like bees. Very evocative. ” “A white dress and white furs,” Adelaide said. “And she has a crown. ” “Because she’s a queen,” Hazel said. ” “Yes, nice. ” “In a palace of ice,” said Hazel. ” He looked at the two of them seriously. ” Hazel and Adelaide exchanged a confused look. ” Adelaide asked. “Everyone in a story wants something,” he said. “Especially the villains. And the hero’s job is to stop them from getting it. ” said Adelaide.
Hey,” he said, grinning as she ran to him. ” chirped Hazel. ” “Not me,” said Jack, molding a snowball in his hands. ” He didn’t have to say anything else. Hazel took the snowball and moved back. Jack had moved in next door when she was six. She liked him right away because he replaced the girl who’d lived there before, a four-year-old who was always trying to convince Hazel to come to her tea parties, where no talking was allowed. Plus he was wearing an eye patch. Hazel’s six-year-old self was sorely disappointed when she found out that he didn’t actually need one, but she quickly learned it was the wearing one that really mattered.
Meet Strawberry Shortcake by Justine Fontes, Lisa Workman