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Chapter 7: A Week of Learning
Melantha and Vitas looked around the place they would be staying for the next week, it was big was the first impression they got. The second impression was that everything cost a lot of money… although Lucius had said not to worry about breaking anything as there were house-elves that could fix it with a snap of its fingers. They had asked how to send for a house-elf, and found that they only had to clap twice, easy enough to remember.
So they called a house-elf to lead them to a Library, as the elf did, the two bombarded the poor thing with questions. Once they found out that her name was Bubbly they asked her other things like: What was life like before you worked for the Malfoy’s? Were there any other types of Elves still existing? And more questions.
Bubbly lead them to the Malfoy House Library and directed them to the Magical Creatures section, before anything else happened though, Lucius re-appeared and sighed knowing that the two had indeed gone straight to the Library as he had guessed. He handed the two each some parchment and a quill, they looked at him with their question showing on each of their faces. He indulged them with an answer as he had hardly answered any of their questions.
“What I’ve just given you is never-ending parchment and an ever-inked quill. As you two will no doubt be studying all week I bought these for you to write notes on anything you wish to write from the books in this library. I would suggest that you switch notes though and not go through the same book, the house-elves have strict orders to bring you food at nine in the morning, noon, and at five in the evening. They will make sure you get your rest also; the Library is off-limits after eight in the evening. I will come by after Lunch each day to check on you, once you come with me to Malfoy Manor you may still come back here but, we have a bigger Library that I think you’ll like better; understand?” Lucius said to them, realizing that it was very easy to forget what he knew of the children’s past when they were so inquisitive and innocent in a way.