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Dia Sheoran Chhajta

7 Years

Nirmal Bhartia School, Dwarka


Bird Migration : The Toucan and the Penguin | Story by Dia,7

What do birds do when they migrate? 7-year-old Dia from Delhi writes a story about it.

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Once upon a time, there lived a penguin named Pengi. She used to live in Antarctica. She was a very kind bird who loved to make new friends. 


One day, a toucan called Tutu came visiting from Hawaii, because it became too hot in Hawaii. Tutu was quite an adventurous bird. When Pengi saw Tutu she felt very happy and waved out her wings to Tutu. Tutu said to Pengi, “Let’s be friends.” 


Pengi and Tutu went to catch fish, then they went to each other’s houses. 


Then they came back and made a snowman. Pengi told Tutu, “ I have always wanted to visit India.” Tutu found that to be a great idea! So they flew off to Goa for a week. 

Since it was Christmas time, Tutu and Pengi decided to go to the North Pole. There they met Santa Claus. Their adventures were getting more and more exciting. They played with the elves, rode on the sleigh, and had lots of fun. They also met Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer. 

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Then Tutu said, “Now it’s time for me to go because it is getting too cold in the North Pole.”


Ever since, Tutu and Pengi meet every year for Christmas.

17 Responses

  1. Beautifully crafted loveable story with pictures. You have a special talent Dia. Looks like we have a budding artist, story teller and a future entertainment media director in you. More power to you dear Dia.

  2. What a beautiful story. Best wishes to the author Dia Sheoran. Dia please keep on entertaining us by writing more of such cute stories.

  3. Thankyou dear Dia for this beautiful story of two friends, who were birds from different places so simple and clear. Enjoyed reading it 😊 I also have a grand daughter of your age .Her name is Tanishka and she is studying in Shiv Nadar school, Noida.Will share your story with her.

  4. Very well written story. Proud of you Dia. Look forward to your best story. Keep writing you little wonder girl 🙂

  5. Dear Dia,
    Very imaginative and interesting story and will share it with my granddaughter! Keep it up and look forward to such innovative illustrated write ups. God bless!

  6. Such a lovely story, Dia ,with beautiful illustrations. Keep entertaining us with more of such positive stories in future too. Well done! Keep it up!

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