Doel entered the entrance to the school, searching for the doorway to the library. At last, she finally found it. She sat down at a nearby table, gently setting her bag down on the chair next to her, as of to say, 'seat's taken'.
Kymara, finally getting too bored to sit still any longer, sat up, picking up her bag, and left the classroom. She wondered where she should go, then decided to explore the library. She'd never really had any interest in reading, and instead became facinated in football, and even played on the school team. But today, she decided, she'd actually try in school. She headed down the hallway towards the library.
Madison wandered over to the book, it was surprisingly large, and she was the only student who had noticed it there. Slipping it off the smooth oak shelf, she brushed the cover and read the title, “The Land of Stories..?” She set it down next to her bites and stared at it for a while, wondering why she hadn’t noticed it before.
Everyone: oop, it’s time to subconsciously gather in the library-))
Madison noticed a few others stepping into the library, and she immediately snapped her attention to the emerald book. She didn’t realize, but by now all the students from before had went to class early, or stood outside the courtyard with their friends to talk. Peeking underneath the cover, she coughed as a cloud of dust erupted from the first page.
Kymara pushed the door to the library open and stepped inside. There was quite a few other students in there, she noted. She wandered around to a shelf with no students crowding around it and looked at a few books. Boooring., she though. She walked over to some students and waved. "Hey," she said awkwardly. "What's up?"
Madison looked up and gave the girl an awkward look, “Um- I’m reading?” She said dully, then looking back at the book and flipping around the first few pages. “Look at this, ‘magic’ stuff.” She laughed, looked at the two other girls.
While this was going on, the book began to glow. Almost like a small glowing green vortex between the two pages, then growing larger and larger, started to suck up nearby pencils and small books.