S: THe Monk Who Got Locked Out of the Church
BC: Devon Bosco rides horses. She also enjoys hanging out with friends and going on vacation. Devon also enjoys Chinese food and learning about their culture. She also loves animals. | Peyton Ritter, enjoys playing softball, lacrosse, basketball, field hockey, volleyball, and soccer. She enjoys eating Chinese food and she also enjoys learning about their culture. She also loves to hang out with friends.
FC: The Monk Who Got Locked Out of the Church. By Devon Bosco and Peyton Ritter
1: The Monk Who Got Locked Out of the Church. By: Peyton Ritter and Devon Bosco
2: There once was boy named Marty. He was born in 1091 and he became an apprentice to his uncle for twelve years. After his apprenticeship Marty became a Cistercian Monk. | Prologue
4: There once was a monk named Marty. He lived in a monastery in medieval Europe. He had only three friends, their names are Nancy the Nun, Pope Leon, and Pastor John.
5: Marty was outside tending the fields. It was almost time for his service. As he was making his way to the door; he realized he was locked out! How could he ever get back before his service!?
6: Marty screamed and screamed for someone to help him. Finally Pope Leon, Pastor John, and Nancy the Nun found him! They made a ladder out of candle sticks so he could climb up into the window.
7: When Marty saw that his friends had made him a ladder he sighed a sign of relief, "phew!" Now he will have to get back to his chambers and get ready for his 5'o-clock mass.
8: When Marty got into the mass he knew that he could relax. Throughout the whole mass he couldn't stop thinking about his friends.
9: Before Marty went to bed he knelt down and prayed that his friends would have a happy and full life, Marty was so thankful for them.
10: Epilogue | Soon after Marty had gone to sleep and was awakened by Pope Leon. Marty and his beloved church had been raided by the Seljuk Turk! Marty and his friends were never heard from again. Some say that the friends were forced to work at the cathedral in Jerusalem.
11: Bibliography | Macdonald, Fiona, and John James. A Medieval Cathedral. New York: P. Bedrick, 1991. Print. Levy, Patricia, and Adam Hook. Cathedrals and the Church. North Mankato, MN: Smart Apple Media, 2005. Print. Bingham, Jane. Medieval World.New York: Scholastic, 2000. Print.