Bus The bus pulled up to the curb, producing a thin whistle that penetrated the silence between the two people. The boy, the younger of the pair, had been standing several feet away from the girl. He had a mop of light brown hair, some of which cascaded over his forehead and almost reached his scowling eyes. With a stern, tight mouth, he waited at a distance for the girl to step onto the bus. She cast him an annoyed glare, straining to keep from muttering about how ridiculous he was. She entered through the open doors, feigning a smile as she thanked the bus driver. She heard a shuffle of feet and muttered thanks behind her as the boy got on as well.Bus by Runningstream
Without looking back, she took a seat, choosing a single chair by the window. She stared out the window, not wishing to meet the boy's eyes as he walked past to sit behind her. The day reflected the mood perfectly; threatening grey clouds were everywhere and they seemed unwilling to give up their dominion in the sky
Unwanted- Part 11, 1 of 2"Wolfpaw." Sunfeather's voice sounded muffled and faint, as if she were standing far away. Wolfpaw didn't look up and continued to sort the herbs. His paws moved mechanically as his mind churned in thought. "Wolfpaw!" This time, he snapped back to the present and met his mentor's gaze.Unwanted- Part 11, 1 of 2 by Runningstream
"I've called you three times. I'm standing right beside you and you're acting like you can't hear me." Sunfeather's eyes glimmered with worry. "Are you alright? You've seemed very distracted ever since we came back from the Moonpool a quarter moon ago."
"No, I'm fine." Wolfpaw insisted, reluctant to explain the dream he'd had at the Moonpool.
"Wolfpaw," Sunfeather began softly, "you're ripping through the tansy leaves."
With a gasp, Wolfpaw looked down to find his claws extended out of his paws. Unconsciously, he had shredded a couple of the herbs. Little pieces stuck to his pads and wedged themselves between his claws. He looked back up at Sunfeather. Slowly, he began to put his explanation together. "A
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Cats, Hamsters, Horses, Wolves
Warriors by Erin Hunter
The Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini
Guardians of Ga'Hoole by Kathryn Lasky
The Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain
The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen King
A Song of Fire and Ice by George R. R. Martin
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Inuyasha by Rumiko Takahashi
Fruits Basket by Natsuki Takaya
With the Light:Raising an Autistic Child by Keiko Tobe