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The Angry Ghost and the Good Witch- Story


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Reeva Gajjar

Sara here!How are we today? 6 year old Reeva Gajjar from Ahmedabad unleashes her imagination to break stereotypes. Ever read of a good witch? No? You can now, in this fantasy tale. 


Reeva is a student of Eklavya school, Ahmedabad

The Angry Ghost and the Good Witch- Story

Once upon a time an angry ghost lived on the moon. He hated human beings. But then he decided to go on earth one day. When he reached on the earth, he saw a flying bus. He was surprised, how did the humans get magic, how on earth was the bus flying!


He wanted to experience the flying bus and so he tried to board the bus, and there he saw a witch as the bus driver, he became happy that it was not a human. He got an idea and asked the witch if she would help him destroy the humans?


Luckily for the ghost the witch agreed. The ghost explained to the witch that they should go to the moon and make magic potions. The witch was excited  and followed the ghost to the moon. There they worked hard and made many magic potions.


But the ghost did not know that the witch was infact a good witch who loved humans. Thus when she heard the ghost ask to destroy the humans, she said yes and wanted to know his plan. So she had come with him to the moon.


While making the potion, the ghost asked the witch to put chalk powder. The  witch put some wheat flour instead. When the ghost asked to add some lizard tails, she added plant leaves instead. Like that, the witch added all the good things when the ghost asked to add all nasty things. And a potion was made but it was a good potion which the witch had made and also added her secret good ingredients.


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2 Replies to “The Angry Ghost and the Good Witch- Story”

  • Pankti Patel

    Well done,you must have thought really hard to put the twist and turns in the story and you made the plot very interesting
    Good exciting story Reeva

  • Palak Thakkar

    Very nice imagination by a 6 year old. That’s “J. K. Rowling” in the making. Good job Reeva and all the very best!

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