The Girl Who Loved to Read

The Girl Who Loved to Read
The Girl Who Loved to Read

the story

Once upon a time, there was a girl named Ella who loved to read. She would read anything she could get her hands on, from fairy tales to adventure stories to historical novels. She loved the way books could transport her to other worlds and make her feel like she could do anything.

One day, Ella was reading a book about a magical forest when she came across a passage that said, “If you ever find yourself lost in the forest, look for the tree with the golden leaves. The fairies will help you find your way home.”

Ella closed the book and smiled. She had always wanted to meet a fairy, and now she had a chance. She packed her bags and set off into the forest.

Ella walked for hours, but she didn’t see any fairies. She was starting to get tired and discouraged when she came to a clearing. In the middle of the clearing was a tree with golden leaves.

Ella approached the tree and touched the leaves. They were soft and warm, and they seemed to glow. Ella closed her eyes and took a deep breath. She could hear the sound of laughter and music in the distance.

When Ella opened her eyes, she was surrounded by fairies. They were all different sizes and colors, and they were all smiling at her.

“Welcome,” said one of the fairies. “We’ve been expecting you.”

Ella smiled back. “I’m so glad to be here,” she said.

The fairies led Ella to a clearing where there was a feast laid out. There was food and drink of every kind, and the fairies all helped themselves. Ella ate and drank her fill, and then she sat back and listened to the fairies sing and dance.

Ella had never had so much fun. She felt like she belonged here, with the fairies in the magical forest. She knew that she would never forget this day.

The next morning, Ella woke up in her own bed. She looked around and smiled. She knew that she had been dreaming, but it had felt so real. She got out of bed and went to the window. She looked out at the forest, and she knew that she would be back soon.

Ella went downstairs and found her parents in the kitchen. They were surprised to see her, but they were also happy. They had been worried about her, but they were glad that she was safe.

Ella told her parents about her dream, and they listened with interest. When she was finished, her mother said, “I think that your dream was a message from the fairies. They wanted you to know that they are always there for you, and that they will help you find your way home, no matter where you are.”

Ella smiled. She knew that her mother was right. The fairies had helped her find her way home, both in her dream and in real life. She was grateful for their help, and she knew that she would never forget them.

Ella went on to have many more adventures, both in her dreams and in real life. She always remembered the lesson that the fairies had taught her: that no matter where you are, there is always hope, and that there is always someone who can help you find your way home.