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    Avalor

    插畫者 Illustrator
    林穎姿 Lin Ying Zi Gigi (9)
    丹拿山循道學校
    Chinese Methodist School, Tanner Hill

    作者 Author 插畫者 Illustrator
    陳蕙 Chan Wai Anissa (9)
    丹拿山循道學校
    Chinese Methodist School, Tanner Hill

    作者 Author 插畫者 Illustrator
    陳心睿 Chen Isabella (9)
    丹拿山循道學校
    Chinese Methodist School, Tanner Hill

    字數 Word Count: 0(中) 414(Eng)


    Once upon a time, there was a country named Avalor. People who lived in the country lived in harmony, so they called it “Country of Harmony”. Princess Elena was the ruler of Avalor.


    There was a statue in the centre of the city. The statue had a diamond named the “Diamond of Harmony” and if it went away from the statue, the country would lose harmony.


    One day, when the princess woke up, she was reported that the diamond had been stolen. When the news spread, people in the country were very upset. She called her best friend, Alice and her loyal royal servant, Isabella, to help.


    They packed up tents, ropes, lighters, food, clothes, life jackets, air boats, maps and books. They set off. They went into a forest and found some footprints. They followed the footprints and found a magic stick that could help to find the diamond.


    They also found a rock. On the rock, there carved some words: The “diamond of harmony” is in the cave of lizards. “The cave of lizards?” said Alice. “We could use a map to go to the cave,” said Isabella.


    They took out a map and found the cave in a remote island. “Maybe we can use a boat,” said Alice. They got on the boat and it took them nearly three hours to get to the cave of lizards.


    “We can find out how to use the magic stick first,” said Alice. “This should be the clues to find out the diamond.” “Maybe we point the stick to the rock to see what might happen.” “I think no,” Alice said. “Yes!” “No!” “Stop! We’re losing harmony,” said Isabella.


    They nearly fought each other and did not notice that the magic stick was stolen by a thief. So they went to look for the thief. Isabella caught the thief and got the stick. They were very tired.


    Alice said, “I got it! We could find the magic stick because we stopped arguing and are willing to cooperate. “Yes, harmony was not in the statue or the diamond. It was in our heart!” Finally, they learnt a valuable lesson: The true meaning of HARMONY! They were very happy.


    They took the boat back to Avalor. There, Elena gathered the people to the centre of the city. She put the diamond back to the statue. She held a speech to deliver the message of true Harmony. Avalor was still the most harmonious country in the world.

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