Badfreaky the cherry snake and the indecisive dragon by Konstantinos Adamopoulos
After drinking the same magic potion which made her very bad, suddenly Badfreaky becomes very good. She begins a battle to achieve what she wants very most. The trials begin…
A humongous monster eats her, a gigantic crab threatens her, huge pitch-black spiders want to cut her into pieces, disgusting cockroaches want to eat her alive, a ginormous snake, mad about cherries swallows her and bloodthirsty dragons want to burn her with the fire that comes out of their mouths!
How will she and Kixy, her beloved friend, deal with all these dangers?
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I am a teacher at a Primary School in Athens, Greece. I live here with my wife and my daughter Marily. I like sports, traveling and fairy tales. This book is the first of a series of books. Why do I write these books?
“I remember it was Christmas when something most unexpected happened in my dream. You will of course say that this happens often in dreams, but my dream exceeded all imagination. So in my world of dreams, an uninvited witch visited me. Yes, you have correctly guessed. It was Badfreaky!
She said in a strict tone:
“Constantine, as from today even, you are going to start writing my story. It is very important to me that you write about it exactly the way I tell it to you, so children can find out what trials I have lived through. My life was an endless adventure and I think that people have a lot to learn from it. Listen carefully to what I have to say and hold on to it. If you don’t write my story, or don’t write it exactly the way I tell it to you, then beware; you poor thing! I will turn you into a blind, deaf and cripple centipede! Just so that you suffer all of your life!”
Naturally, I got very scared and I began writing her story. Up to this moment, I must have done something right, because I am still human. If however, on your way, you meet a centipede walking crookedly, not knowing which way it’s going, I beg you; please don’t hurt her because it might be me, transformed!”