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The gold key

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…if only it was a bit smaller said Emily to her pug Doug clutching the gold key her grandma¬† gave her. She remembered the exact words her grandma¬† told her this key holds many secrets waiting to be discovered Emily said to herself whilst staring at the brown oak door. That magically appeared in the woods near her garden. She tried the key one more time but it didn’t work she kicked a tree in frustration . Then all of a sudden Doug ran away barking Emily followed him to reveal a group of Fairies.

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  1. That was a beautiful way to start your story, Abigail, and that too with the prompt!
    I would like to suggest that you would want to look closer for punctuation and capital letter corrections just before submitting your story.

    Keep up the good work, Abigail.

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