Dateline: Roxanne has moved Tokyo and tried to
steal Ash away from Angela until Grace paired Gary with her.
"The insect fairy failed miserably!" shouted
Blare. Then she gave off an evil laugh. "Nature fairies! Come to your master!"
she yelled. Then eight nature fairies came up behind her. "Now, who would
like the honor destroying the royal families and Japan?" she asked them.
They all wanted to do this task. "Aw, What a pity! Only one of you can
do this job." she said. "Now, let's see, who will get the job?" She stretched out her
arm, covered her eyes, and swung it back and forth. Her finger finally
pointed to the art fairy. Then Blare opened her eyes and saw that she had
picked the art fairy. "Fine. Art fairy, you have the job." she said. Then
the fairy descended down to Tokyo. Then Blare turned to her other seven
fairies. "Why are you all just standing around here for? Get back to work!"
she said. Then fairies all scattered out. Meanwhile, the art fairy went
to Crystal palace to look for a place to hide until she could attack Megan
and her family. Finally she saw a paintbrush on an easel in the creative
section of art gallery. So she went though the window and over to the paintbrush.
Then the art fairy descend down into the paintbrush.
"Mommy, Where's my smock?" asked Grace as she looked
though one of the hall closets. "In the laundry room." said Megan. "Thanks
mommy." she said. Then Grace ran to the laundry room to get her smock.
She needed her smock because Chillie and her older sister, Lisa, were coming
over for a visit and they were painting today. Grace had to look though
the piles clothes in order to get her smock. Then she put it on in the
laundry room. Then the doorbell rang. Takeru and the other immortal children
were watching from the stair case. Chillie and Lisa were at the door. Takeru
and the other immortal children saw Chillie and a girl with brown skin,
light brown hair in a bun with two light brown slinks on the side of her
head, and has brown eyes. She had on a paint splatter smock, baby blue
jeans with the cuffs rolled up, baby blue sneakers without any socks. "Are
you ready to paint?" asked Lisa. "Yes." said Grace. "Can my friends paint
too?" "Sure." said Chillie in a country accent. "Stop that!" yelled Lisa.
Then she hit her sister in the head. "Really?" asked Brandy after she stood
up straight. "Of course." said Lisa. Then they walked down from the staircase
as followed Grace, Lisa, and Chillie to the art gallery.
"Look at all of these paintings!" said Gezzele. "My
mommy gets these as presents and buys them." said Grace. They were in the
painting section. "Cool." said Chillie. "What's this over here?" asked
Jessi. "Hold on, I'm coming." said Lisa. Then she walked over to the painting
that Jessi was at. "That is the Rape of Euproa" answered Lisa. "Oh."
said Jessi. The children looked at the paintings for a while. Then they
went to the statue section. "How old are these things?" asked Jimmy. "Up
two hundred thousand years." said Lisa. "Dang!" said Travis. "Hey! This
statue looks just like me!" said Grace. "So it does." said Chillie in a
country accent. Then Lisa hit her sister in the head. "Ow!"
said Chillie as she rubbed her head. The children went though the glass,
the pottery, the paper, and the metal sections of the art gallery. Finally,
they got to the creative section of art gallery. "First, you all need to
sit down at an easel." said Lisa. The children each sat down at an easel
and Lisa did the same thing. "You can paint anything you want." she said.
The children got started on their paintings. It took Grace a few minutes
to think about what she wanted to paint. Finally she came up with a good
idea: She wanted to paint a princess on a crescent moon. So she picked
the paintbrush that the art fairy was in, dipped in water then in yellow
paint, and got started. But when she started painting, the brush began
glowing. Then the art fairy came out. The children just stopped what they
doing and turned to see the the art fairy before them.
Blare was awoken by the sound of her monitor turning
on. "What? What's going on here?" she asked. "BAIT TAKEN! BAIT TAKEN! BAIT
TAKEN!" it said on the monitor. "Really? Who took it?" she typed in joy.
"The princess of Honshu island." she read. "Oh boy! This is going to be
good with a two for one deal!" she thought. Then she turned to her crystal
ball and looked into it. She saw the art fairy standing in the middle of
the room. "Not again!" yelled Jimmy. "You better believe it! Drawing pencils!"
said the art fairy. "Careful!" yelled Miraiah. The pencils became darts.
So the children had to avoid them quickly. One pencil dart cut three strands
of Miraiah hair off. "Watch out they're sharp like knives!" said Miraiah.
"Clay!" yelled the art fairy. The clay was like Gezzele's snowballs. Two
of them hit Sabrina and she got stuck to the wall. "Help me!" yelled Sabrina.
"We would right, but we'll busy at the moment!" said Jeffrey. Then the
art fairy got this machine gun. "We're dead!" said Gezzele. "Paint gun!"
yelled the art fairy. The children had to them quickly so the fast paint
bullets wouldn't hit them. One paint bullet hit the wall and ate though
the wall and left a hole in the wall. The children became a little scared.
While avoiding the paint bullets, Katrina got on her little computer and
did some research on how to defeat the art fairy. Lisa just held out her
right hand. When the paint balls hit her hand, Lisa adsorbed them quickly.
Then she turned to the paint fairy and said: "Hey Non-Piscasso face! Paint
this!" The art fairy began to look scared. "Paint Ball!" yelled Lisa. The
paint ball weaken the art fairy. The clay melted off of Sabrina. "Now Grace!"
yelled Travis. "Got it." said the little princess. "Heart of Pegasus!"
she yelled. And the art fairy was destroyed. Grace picked up the paint
brush and put in back on the easel. "What are we going to do about room?"
asked Takeru. The children looked around. The room was a total mess. "No problem
shrimp." said Travis. Then the immortal children cleaned up the room with
their powers. Then the children left the art gallery. Lisa took her unfinished
painting with her.
"Goodbye Chillie. Goodbye Lisa." said Grace. "Bye
Grace." said Chillie. "We'll see you next time." said Lisa. Then they walked
home. Grace sat down at the table to eat dinner with Megan and Mitch. "Tell
me, what did you paint today?" asked Mitch. "I was painting a princess
on a crescent moon but I didn't get to finish." said Grace. "Why didn't
you finish?" he asked. "We had a little incident." she answered. "Is
Blare awake all ready? It can't be time now. Or could it?" thought
Megan to herself. She all ready knew what was going on.