Kenny got up, swaggered to the edge of the darkness, and peered out. The noise stopped. Kenny turned back towards them. “There. What’d I say?” Sue screamed. “Look out!”
We are embedding the new shelf video items into this space from YouTube starting today. Our first two presentations are the Rufus storybook, narrated by Caidren Adrianne, and a short movie showing the new Rufus arriving on the moon to dance with all the other Rufuses, As we add the items from time to time they continue to be available there. By doing this, we have extended our scope, allowing the addition of animated songs, rhymes, and picture...
“Oh, my goodness.” “Now what? Meg opened her eyes irritably. “Here.” Sue sounded urgent. “Here. On the other side of the rock. Quick!” With a pointed sigh, Meg stood up. “This had better be good,” she said.
“I thought what a shame it was. According to the table, the moon is in conjunction.” “Speak English.” “That means that the moon is the opposite of full. In other words … tonight in our world … there is no moon!”
Somehow…they were back in the ruined cottage. The old sick feeling returned at the stench in that place. Yet the warmth in her belly remained. “Oh, well,” she said. Kenny’s voice came in answer. “Wilson? Wilson? I hear you. Watch out—here I come!”
.. . . . Meg’s whole body began to tingle as though sparks were running up and down it. There was an odd burnt smell as the air around her flared into a cold brilliance, lighting up that desolate ruin.
“You stay here,” (Meg) said. “I’ll send Mother for you. Me, I’m going to have to move. With that, Meg turned and made for the front door, running for her life! Happy Halloween!