Superman and Wonder Woman have the honor of cutting the ribbon for the grand re-opening of the Natural History Museum. Your child is there for it, only something’s gone awry inside…You child can’t leap tall buildings, but only your child can offer the help needed to save the day.
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Carson James Cones
helps Superman and Wonder Woman save the day
From your friend,
~ 2018 ~
Carson James Cones, age 6, from Norfolk, Virginia, ran up the steps of the National History Museum.
The museum had been closed for renovations. Now it was reopening. Superman and Wonder Woman were going to cut the ribbon.
Carson stopped dead in his tracks. Two huge stone lions were staring hungrily down at him. Just for a second, Carson thought the lions were real!
“I wish Alex, Micah and Nathan were here with me now,” Carson said with a smile.
“Don't worry, Carson,” Wonder Woman said with a laugh. “These lions won't hurt you. They're stone. People in Africa carved them 2000 years ago.
“Wow!” Carson exclaimed. “They sure are fierce looking!”
“The museum is full of really interesting things,” Superman told Carson. “C'mon, it's time for the museum doors to open.”
In the museum's main hall, Carson saw all the exhibits: dinosaur skeletons and life-sized models of the giant blue whale, the saber-tooth tiger, and the woolly mammoth. Then Carson saw something very strange.
“Look!” Carson cried. “The whale is moving! It's come alive!”
Sure enough, the blue whale, the biggest mammal ever to live on Earth, was thrashing its giant tail. Frightened people went running and screaming.
“Wonder Woman!” Carson shouted. “Please help the whale! It's more frightened than the people.”
“You're right, Carson,” Wonder Woman agreed. With all her strength, Wonder Woman lifted the huge animal.
“Wonder Woman will carry the whale out to the harbor where it can swim safely out to sea,” Superman told Carson. “But I have to get to the bottom of this. What's going on here?”
Superman didn't know it yet, but Mister Mxyzptlk, the evil little imp from the Fifth Dimension, was having some fun. Mxy had come to the museum opening, too, and his magic had caused the whale to come alive. But that was not all the mischief he had planned for Superman and Wonder Woman.
Carson saw the Tyrannosaurus Rex bones walking across the floor. “Superman!” Carson shouted. All over the museum, people were running and screaming. “Help!” they shouted. “Help! Help!”
All the museum displays had come to life. Stuffed snakes were crawling on the exhibition hall. The dinosaur skeletons were making their way up one corridor and down the next. Suddenly, out of the corner of his eye, Carson saw a funny little man scurry across the floor and out of the museum.
“Superman, look outside!” Carson called out, pointing to the little man.
“Mxyzptlk!” Superman cried. “This isn't funny, Mxy. Change everything back the way it was. Now!”
“Sorry, Supes. You know that's not how it works. I'm not fixing anything until someone makes me say my name backwards,” said Mxy with a laugh. And the little imp winked at Carson.
Suddenly, Carson heard two blood-curdling roars. The huge stone lions had come alive! People were screaming for help because the lions hadn't eaten in 2000 years. They were very hungry.
Superman and Wonder Woman rushed to stop the super strong beasts.
Mxy grinned at Carson. “I love making Superman and Wonder Woman crazy.”
Carson sat down and thought. How could he make Mxyzptlk say his own name backwards?
Mxy looked at all the destruction he was causing and smiled. “I sure know how to have a good time, don't I?” he gloated to Carson. “What could be better than this?”
Just then, Carson had an idea. “Well, when I want to have a good time, I hang out with Alex, Micah and Nathan and Kltpzyxm back in Norfolk, Virginia,” said Carson.
Mxy scratched his head. “What kind of name is Kltpzyxm?” he asked.
Mxy realized his mistake. “You tricked me into saying my name backwards!” he cried. But it was too late. With a poof, the little imp disappeared back into his own dimension.
Carson looked around. The dinosaurs, the lions, and even the whale - everything was back to normal.
“You did it, Carson!” said Superman. “You made Mxy go away!”
“Thanks for your help, Carson,” Wonder Woman said. “You're a real hero!”
Carson James Cones
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