A Measure of Disorder
by Allan Tucker
Series: Mother-Earth #1Published: April 30th 2010
Publisher: MAD Design, Inc.
Eighth-grade life becomes a thing of the past when Jenni and her science class go on a field trip and are unknowingly transported to another world. There they encounter amazing creatures, some of which think a kid shish kebab would be a tasty treat.
Twilight gave way to darkness and stars filled the sky. Unfamiliar stars. Jenni had received a small telescope one Christmas when she was younger and had spent many evenings in her back yard with it pointed at the sky. She had learned the names of some of the stars and several constellations — the Big Dipper, Orion’s belt, the distinct “W” shape of Cassiopeia — all had been replaced by a much brighter assortment of strange twinkling lights.
“Well, that tears it,” Mr. Kain said, also looking at the stars. “We’re not in Kansas anymore.”
“Kansas?” Todd interjected. “We live in Idaho.”
Sara snorted. “Wizard of Oz, you dork.”
Several kids snickered and Todd opened his mouth to retort when Ms. Pap held up a hand. “All right. Enough.” Todd scowled but remained quiet. “We have some decisions to make and I think we should discuss our options, such as they are.
“We have no idea how it happened, but we’re obviously very far from home with no apparent means to get back. We haven’t seen any signs of civilization and the land around us has changed. We need information.”
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