Pop-up book

“Thank you for the food child” said the old man after finishing the bread and cheese, smiling as he brushed off his hands on his coarse brown robe.

“That’s ok, I wasn’t hungry anyway; I already had an apple” Hulda replied.

The old man gave her a book, said it was a picture book but that it was very special; said it was magical.  Feeling a little sceptical but hoping that the book was magical Hulda took it home, went to her room and set the book on her desk.

As she opened the tome, she smelled the sweet fragrance of ripe apples as a tree surrounded by undulating blades of grass emerged from glowing pages, leaves swaying in a gentle breeze as the old man’s voice began describing what the tree was and how it had come to be.

Lillie McFerrin Writes

About TheImaginator

35 year old sciolist living in Tokyo. I like swing dancing, Twitter word games, writing, using Stumbleupon.com, reading, and watching movies. I write stuff on my blog occasionally.
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10 Responses to Pop-up book

  1. djmatticus says:

    I want a book like that!!!

  2. Od Liam says:

    There is magic yet!
    Thank you

    Od Liam

  3. K. R. Smith says:

    This could be a really good longer story. As it is, it’s a good FSF- with an interesting thke on the image.

  4. McGuffy Ann says:

    I like this, and yes…I also would like to know more about this special tome.

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