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Title: One day, a crow saw a piece of cake on the wall'


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One day, a crow saw a piece of cake on the
wall. He pick-ed it up with his beak and flew
away. He sat on the branch of a tree.
He was ready to eat the cake.
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Just then, a fox came upto the tree. He saw the
cake and want-ed to eat it. He had an idea.
He said to the crow You are very pretty.
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He said to the crow You are very pretty. Your
voice also must be very sweet. Please sing a song
for me.
The crow was fool-ish. He began to sing.
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The cake fell from his beak. The fox pick-ed it
and ate it up. He went away happily.
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The Thirsty Crow
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One day in summer, it was very hot. A crow was
very thirsty. It saw a pot under a tree.
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There was very little water in it. The crow saw
pebbles lying near the tree. The crow had an
idea.
The crow picked up the pebbles with his beak.
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He put them into the pot, one by one. The water
in the pot rose. The crow drank the water and
flew away happily.
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END
THE
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The Lion and the Mouse
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One day, a lion caught a mouse. He got ready to
eat him. The mouse said Please do not eat me.
Some day, I will help you. The lion took pity on
the mouse and let him go.
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After a few days, the lion got caught in a
hunters net. He cried for help. The mouse heard
him. He came to the lion and cut the net with
his sharp teeth.
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The lion was free. He thanked the mouse and went
away happily into the forest.
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THE
END
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The Hare and the Tortoise
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Once upon a time, there lived a hare and a
tortoise. They were very good friends. One day,
the tortoise told the hare Let us run a
race. The hare said I will win.
The tortoise said We shall see.
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So, the race began. The hare ran very fast and
went off far ahead. The tortoise walk-ed slowly.
After some time, the hare felt tired. He went
to sleep
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He slept for a long time. The tortoise kept on
walk-ing.
The tortoise reached the winning post before
the hare and won the race.
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Slow and steady
Wins the race
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The Capseller and the Monkeys
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It was a hot summer day. A cap seller sat under a
tree. He felt tired. He ate his food and slept
for some time.
There were many monkeys on the tree.
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The monkeys saw the cap sellers bag. They came
down the tree and open-ed the bag.
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They took all the caps with them and went up the
tree. When the capseller woke up, he saw the
monkeys wear-ing the caps.
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He shout-ed at them but the monkeys did not
return the caps. Then, he had an idea. He took
the cap from his head and threw it down.
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The monkeys saw him. They also took the caps from
their heads and threw them down.
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The cap seller pick-ed up all the caps. He put
them all in his bag and went away happily.
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THE
END
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Four Friends
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Once upon a time, there were four friends the
deer, the crow, the rat and the tortoise. They
met every day in the forest to play.
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One day, the rat, the crow and the tortoise came
to play, but the deer did not come. They wait-ed
for some time.
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Then, the crow went to look for the deer. He
found the deer caught in a hunters net. The deer
cried for help.
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The crow flew back to his friends. He told
them that they must help the deer. The rat said
that he could help the deer.
The crow took the rat on his back and flew to the
deer.
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The rat cut the net with his sharp teeth. The
deer was free. At that time, the tortoise also
came there.
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Just then, the hunter came there. The deer and
the rat ran away. The crow flew away. The hunter
caught the tortoise and put it in a bag.
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This time, the deer had an idea. He ran slowly in
front of the hunter. The hunter saw the deer and
ran after him.
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Once again, the rat cut the bag and the
tortoise was free. The four friends ran away
into the forest. The hunter came back and found
the bag cut open.
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The hunter lost the deer and the
tortoise because he was greedy. He went home
feeling sad. The four friends play -ed in the
forest happily again.
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THE
END
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