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S: The Story of King Edward III's Castles By: Rebecca Houghton

BC: Author's Page: Rebecca Houghton attends Eyer Middle School and is in seventh grade Pod 4. She is very interested in the structure and how the Castles work. Her family takes her to historical sites every year they could., Rebecca has grown very fond of the historical sites her family takes her on and always looks forward to the trips in the future. She has decided to dedicate this book to her awesome Social Studies teachers of her past school years and the ones to come. Rebecca hopes you enjoyed her book, she says it was a pleasure to write. | Rebecca Houghton

FC: The Story of: King Edward III's Castles | By:Rebecca Houghton

1: Works Cited Clements, Gillian. The Truth about Castles. Minneapolis: Carolrhoda, 1990. Print. Gravett, Christopher. Castle. New York: Knopf, 1994. Print. Hindley, Judy, and Toni Goffe. The Time Traveller Book of Knights and Castles. London: Usborne, 1976. Print.

2: Once upon a time, in 1209 A.D., there was a king named King Edward III. He had many castles but his favorite castle (Princess Fiona Castle) was in the small city called Euward. This city has a beautiful forest called The Forest of Fiona. King Edward III was in town to check in on his most known captives, the legend EVIL scientist..... Doofenshmirtz and the renown dinosaur..... T-Rexy! Once he was settled he went to visit is renown captives and was pleased with what he saw, so he left. | King Edward III's favorite castle called: Princess Fiona Castle | The Forest of Euward called: The Forest of Fiona

3: Doofenshmirtz and T-Rexy somehow excaped and are here to get back at King Edward III, who sent them to jail and the jail zoo. when they got out they joined together and found out which King Edward III castle he was staying in. Once in the city they stormed around making a wreck, ordering King Edward III to face them, he was to scared to face them. By this choice he put the city in danger. | T-Rexy is hungry for something that tastes like chicken! | This villain is hungry for some EVIL!!!!!!!!!!

4: Soon King Edward III figured out his fatal mistake. T-Rexy and Doofenshmirtz try to storm into Princess Fiona Castle, but failed miserably with all the defense of King Edward III's favorite Castle. The defense is so hard to get through that if you were in school you'd fail 10 times in a row before you'd pass. There is a draw bridge that is fire proof yet still made of wood. King Edward III has four moats and an elephant army awaiting to destroy enemies. Along with the elephants an army of pterodactyls awaiting with flame throwers attached to their wings. | Get ready cause here I come! | AHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!! | King Edward III | Doofenshmirtz

5: The duo villains were ready the second time they tried to invade the castle, but this castle was made for protection/ defense. The moats were the a key tactic in stalling the uninvited arrivals so the horses and knights can get ready. The staff inside get the inside defense up and to protect King Edward III at all times. This Princess Fiona Castle isn't ready when Doofensmitz and T-Rexy come a forth time and the duo got in. The castle had a thousand different levels so they got lost easily. That was upside for King Edward III because Doofenshmirtz and T-Rexy got lost long enough for King Edward III away from the castle with his cape on. | T-Rexy is ready to have his chicken meal now. | Doofenshmirtz is ready for vengnce!

6: When he was well out of the eye site of Princess Fiona Castle he took off his cape and walked to Forest of Fiona, where he looked for his beloved wife who got a spell cast on her and she couldn't leave the forest. After King Edward III found this out he named the forest after her. Once he found her he cried," I have made a fatal mistake that could put the kingdom in danger." Once he cried it out loud he started crying very hard for putting his kingdom in so much danger. Fiona tried hard to comfort him, but she knew it was no use unless she could save the kingdom from the danger.

7: Then Fiona got a grand idea, she would use up her magical powers to rid of all the danger and evil that try to take King Edward III's kingdom until he died and his ancestors ruin the kingdom. The major problem was that she would die by using so much energy, but she decided it was worth it. Another, not so major, problem was convincing King Edward III to let her do it, so she started," Edward I think I know a way to save the kingdom." King Edward replied," Really? How?" Fiona cautiously continued," Well I could....." King Edward stopped her there," Hold it right there! I'm not losing you for that spell I know your thinking of." | King Edward III's shocked face.

8: Fiona replied," fine you want to lose your kingdom instead?" King Edward III was shocked at the question, then replied,"No I don't want to lose my kingdom." Instead of replying Fiona did a little magic trick, with real magic, to tell King Edward what she was planning to do, King Edward reluctantly nodded his head. Before anyone knew it Princess Fiona was gone and T-Rexy and Doofenshmirtz were missing as well. | This is what it King Edward III's Kingdom looked like for a brief moment.

9: ONE WEEK LATER...... King Edward looked out over his most likely protected kingdom for generations wishing he could visit his beloved wife Princess Fiona. He has missed her greatly during the past week, but he knew she was watching him closely from HEAVEN. After that quick flashback he went back into Princess Fiona Castle and lived his life. THE END! | Looks like T-Rexy won't be getting his chicken after all.

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