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Even the swing sets were covered with snow. Nancy liked the way the snow crunched under their feet and the way the cold air made their cheeks tingle. She loved winter! She especially loved winter vacation, when they could just play and not have to go to school. The park was crowded with grown-ups and kids. Some of them were sledding or skiing on cross-country skis.

Others were building snowmen and snowwomen. She pointed to a cluster of booths in one corner of the park. They all headed in the direction of the booths. There was a young guy standing behind it. He was dressed in a silver parka with a furry collar. His long, curly red hair was tucked under an orange wool cap.

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My name is Mad Mike. Let me give you some application forms, and we can get you started," he said. That means you only have to fill out one form. Have you decided what kind of sculpture you're going to make yet? Sounds like a super sculpture," Mad Mike joked.

A fire-breathing girl with big, floppy white ears. He handed them a form. You can pick a spot and get started with your sculpture whenever you want. You can work on it anytime between now and Sunday. You have to be done by Sunday at noon, and the judging starts right at one. Are there any other rules the girls should know about? Absolutely no touching or tampering with other people's snow sculptures. You can use any materials you want for your snow sculpture, as long as they're not harmful to trees, grass, birds, animals, or people.

And you have to be eight to enter this contest," Mad Mike said with a grin. You should be fine. Mad Mike not only had a funny nickname-he was funny too! She and the others bid Mad Mike goodbye. Hannah went over to an empty booth to fill out the application form.

Nancy, Bess, and George waited nearby. They watched some kids who had already started their sculptures. Nancy recognized a couple of fourth- and fifth-graders from their school, Carl Sandburg Elementary School.

Nancy and her friends were in the third grade. They didn't see any other third graders from Carl Sandburg. George jumped up on a snow pile, then jumped off again. She could be doing a header. Like this.

She swung it back and forth. Nancy liked the idea of the elephant. She also liked George's idea of doing something super-athletic-looking.

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Ballet dancers are super-athletic! I love it even more than the elephant idea. Nancy shook her head. They have to twirl around and around on their toes. They have to be really strong and flexible and graceful.

She spun around in the snow like a ballerina. And he has three heads!

He was dressed in a silver parka with a furry collar. His long, curly red hair was tucked under an orange wool cap. My name is Mad Mike. Let me give you some application forms, and we can get you started," he said. That means you only have to fill out one form. Have you decided what kind of sculpture you're going to make yet?

Sounds like a super sculpture," Mad Mike joked. A fire-breathing girl with big, floppy white ears. He handed them a form. You can pick a spot and get started with your sculpture whenever you want.

You can work on it anytime between now and Sunday. You have to be done by Sunday at noon, and the judging starts right at one.

Are there any other rules the girls should know about? Absolutely no touching or tampering with other people's snow sculptures. You can use any materials you want for your snow sculpture, as long as they're not harmful to trees, grass, birds, animals, or people. And you have to be eight to enter this contest," Mad Mike said with a grin.

You should be fine. Mad Mike not only had a funny nickname-he was funny too!

She and the others bid Mad Mike goodbye. Hannah went over to an empty booth to fill out the application form. Nancy, Bess, and George waited nearby.

They watched some kids who had already started their sculptures. Nancy recognized a couple of fourth- and fifth-graders from their school, Carl Sandburg Elementary School. Nancy and her friends were in the third grade. They didn't see any other third graders from Carl Sandburg. George jumped up on a snow pile, then jumped off again.

She could be doing a header. Like this.

She swung it back and forth. Nancy liked the idea of the elephant. She also liked George's idea of doing something super-athletic-looking. Ballet dancers are super-athletic! I love it even more than the elephant idea. Nancy shook her head. They have to twirl around and around on their toes. They have to be really strong and flexible and graceful. She spun around in the snow like a ballerina. And he has three heads! We can make a snow sculpture of her sleeping!

She liked the Sleeping Beauty ballet. She had seen it last year in Chicago with her father. Then Nancy thought of another ballet she really liked. In fact, she, George, and Bess had watched a video of it recently. Remember, she's the swan princess who falls in love with the prince?

We're going to do a Swan Lake sculpture! Just then, the girls were interrupted by an angry voice. That's my idea, and you stole it! Standing behind them was a girl about their age. She had long, wavy brown hair that came down to her waist.

She was wearing a black velvet beret, a matching black coat, and black glasses with tiny rhinestones on them. With her was another girl who looked like her, but younger and with shorter hair. She was wearing a pink parka with fuzzy pink mittens.

I'm telling the director! You are going to get into such big, huge trouble! But first, we have to turn in these. Nancy couldn't believe this was happening. We've never even met you before. We came up with our Odette idea all by ourselves," George said firmly.

Tess tugged on Denise's sleeve. That's different from what you're doing, Didi," she said.

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What are you doing? Denise shrugged. She remembered Von Rothbart and Odile. Von Rothbart was the evil sorcerer in Swan Lake. In the story, Von Rothbart put a curse on Odette and other young women so they would turn into swans between sunrise and midnight every day.

Odile was his black-swan daughter who tricked Odette's true love, Prince Siegfried, into marrying her. There's no reason there can't be two Swan Lake sculptures in the contest, as long as they're different," George agreed. Denise looked thoughtful. Tess tugged on Denise's sleeve again. She smiled coolly at Nancy and her friends.

It doesn't matter, anyway, since I'm going to win first place! But she, George, and Bess would show her! On Thursday morning, Nancy, George, and Bess arrived at the park bright and early.

When it was Bess's turn again, she hit a long line drive almost out to the right-field fence. A line drive is a hit that flies straight through the air rather than going up and coming back down again. On her third turn, Bess got another line drive, this time to center field. Coach Gloria called a five-minute water break. Nancy and George rushed up to Bess. She held up her blue bat. It must be a magic bat or something. I'm going to start calling it 'Magic Bill,'" Bess said with a grin.

Just then, an unfamiliar-sounding voice rang out. Who was that? A girl was standing on the other side of the fence behind home plate, near the bleachers. She was wearing a green T-shirt with a white letter R on it.

Bess frowned. That's not a very nice thing to call someone. They're another baseball team in our league," George explained. Nancy walked up to the girl. The girl nodded. You've probably heard of me, right? I just wanted to see if any of you knew how to hit.

But I'm not worried. None of you know how to hit! Bess put her hands on her hips. Magic bat or no magic bat, the Raccoons are going to cream the Marlins on Friday! The Marlins are going to cream the Raccoons on Friday.

You're on! Loser has to download the winner a pack of deluxe baseball cards. Nancy turned to George. George nodded. Otherwise, Bess has to download Ms. Attitude a pack of baseball cards. Nancy swung her legs back and forth, kicking up dust with her baseball cleats. It was Monday afternoon in the sixth and last inning of their very first game. Unfortunately the Marlins were losing. Their opponents, the Skyville Sharks, were winning by a score of Charlotte Karol was up at bat.

There were two outs and no one on base. She leaned over to Nancy and Bess. Nancy nodded. Can I borrow your magic bat? I really need to get a hit here!

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But my parents said I wasn't allowed to let anybody borrow it. Bess watched her with a glum expression. Maybe I should let her borrow it anyway! Charlotte ended up getting a base on balls. That meant that the pitcher had thrown four pitches that were not in the strike zone.

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Charlotte was free to go to first base without getting a hit. Nancy felt sorry for Charlotte. After Charlotte, Rita ended up getting a base on balls too. Now Charlotte was on second base, and Rita was on first base.

There were two outs. Coach Gloria came up to Bess. Bess walked up to the plate, wrapped her hands tightly around her bat, and held it up in the air.She uncapped her purple pen and began to write: Nancy's puppy, Chocolate Chip, lay asleep nearby.

She spun around in the snow like a ballerina. Charlotte was free to go to first base without getting a hit. She was wearing a black velvet beret, a matching black coat, and black glasses with tiny rhinestones on them. There had been a big snowstorm the night before, so the park was covered with a fresh blanket of thick, white snow.

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