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Flower Power: Chapter 23

A chapter in the book The Adventures of Flower Power

Flowerling Practice Perfect

by Rasmine

Flower Power stood next to Mrs. Petals in the school gymnasium.  He sighed with relief.  This would be a great way for the flowerlings to learn. 

“Look at what you started, Flower.”

He smiled as he watched the children file into the room.  They had no idea of why their teachers brought them here.

Actors that worked across the pond were going to be at the school today.  The principal, Polly Wog, the first non-flower to work at the school, made sure they were unknown to the f
lowerlings.  The actors would approach the flowerlings and try to get them to go with them.  Practice would help to be able to recall what to do if the need arose.  Teachers would be stationed throughout the gym to watch and direct the students. 

“The students also need to be aware of some people they may know.”

“Yes,” Mrs. Petals answered Flower, “there may be something.”  She sucked in her lips and looked at Flower.   “I will let you know.”

Flower frowned.  I wonder what she was referring to. 

He would find out very soon.



Ty, Mark, for the art.

If you see any nits, please, let me know!! Thank you, very much, fellow FanStorians. :)

This is a very short prelude to the next chapter. :)

Chapter one: Flower Power saves Rose, his love interest, from being thrown out by her owner. He is hesitant, a bit when asked what he would do to save Rose.
Chapter two: He meets Jay, a blue jay, who laughs at him. He handles this by punching him. Jay sees that he may need some training so he tells him about a golden dragonfly, Goldie, who has some magic.
Chapter three: Flower flies over the pond in search of Goldie. Finally, he discovers her and is invited into her home.
Chapter four: Goldie teaches Flower Power Aikido, and why superheroes don't resort to violence.
Chapter five: (missing chapter--if any of you find it please let me know where in my portfolio it is. Thank you.) Flower Power apologizes to Jay.
Chapter six: Flys back to Goldie for more training.
Chapter seven: Flower Power gets a lesson in not hurting anyone's feelings and why.
Chapter eight: Flower Power learns the lessons of personal hygiene, and keeping your living space clean.
Chapter nine: Flower Power meets Black-eyed Susan's.
Chapter ten: Sensei Goldie talks with Flower about why he is a superhero.
Chapter eleven: Sensei Goldie talks with Flower about disabilities.
Chapter twelve: Goldie and Flower part ways. He is done with his lessons and ready to embark on his adventures!
Chapter thirteen: Flower saves a bunch of homes, including his friend Jay's babies, from a strong tornado.
Chapter fourteen: Flower teaches an elementary class about manners.
Chapter fifteen: Flower teaches children about bullying and helps with self-love exercises.
Chapter sixteen: A continuation of bullying lesson with appreciating others.
Chapter seventeen: Mrs. Petals meets Goldie. Flower talks more about self-esteem.
Chapter eighteen: Flower Power addresses an assembly of parents, teachers, and flowerlings. He expresses his belief that bullies have low self-esteem.
Chapter nineteen: Another assembly is called to introduce Dr. Aster, a psychologist, who informs flowers of 'narcissism', which is a bully with high self-esteem.
Chapter twenty: (not under Power of the Flower but loose in my profile) This is a response to the latest school shooting in Parkland, FL.
Chapter twenty-one: Flower and Mrs. Petals talk about school bullying. This leads to the teacher or parent/caregiver asking the children about what could be done about bullying.
Chapter twenty-two: Flower Power teaches about going with a stranger. There is a classroom practice.
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