This short story is a story I wrote that follows the hero's journey. I kept searching for good short stories that mirrored the hero's journey format and I couldn't find anything appropriate for 6th graders! So, I decided to write my own! There are various types of hero journey formats out there, but this is the path I follow:
1. Ordinary world
2. Call to adventure
4. Meeting with the mentor
5. Crossing the threshold
10. Road back
I included a link in the title for those who would like to edit the story. The story is fantasy-based, focusing on a girl named Sadia and her power to control others' emotions.
This is part of my Fantasy Writing Digital Interactive Notebook: Google Slides
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