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‘Pumpkin Girl’by 6 year old Ira Shenoi from Mysore- Tangram #10

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Hey little ones. Your new best friend Sara here. 6 year old Ira Shenoi from Mysore has shared this fun story. Read on!
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Once upon a time there was little girl called Iri in a village very close to deep dark forest. She was walking in the forest and found a small pumpkin. It was a magic pumpkin and started to grow bigger and bigger.

It grew so big that the girl decided to make it as her home. Slowly day by day, she carved a bedroom, living room and balcony for herself inside the pumpkin.

It was the cutest house and everyone called her pumpkin girl because she lived inside a pumpkin.During the day she would go around the forest picking  berries, nuts and fruits to eat. All the animals in the forest like rabbits,  butterflies, squirrels and bears were her friends.

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But on the other side of the village lived a big monster called Big Tummy Monster. He was called so because, he had a big stomach and a huge appetite.  No matter how much food he ate, he used to be hungry all the time.
People from the village had to cook for him and take food many times in a day, otherwise he would scream and threaten villagers saying, “I will eat you all up!”

 

People in the village were very sad and crying! The pumpkin girl saw people  crying and asked them what the reason was. They told her that all the food they had was given away to the Big Tummy Monster and now they would not  get anything to eat, even for their kids. If they don’t give food, the monster would eat the up.

 

The girl thought of a plan, she went to the monster and said, “Hey Big Tummy  Monster, you are hungry , right? All you need is food, right?  If you are really  strong come and eat my pumpkin house!”

 

The monster came over and started eating the pumpkin, the pumpkin was so  big that the monster could not finish it up. But the monster didn’t want to give  up, and kept on eating and the stomach blasted out open, the monster ran  away into deep dark forest in pain and was never seen again.

 

The pumpkin girl had rescued the villagers from monster, but now she didn’t have a house to live in. The villagers thanked her and offered to build her a  home. But she was not interested, she went to forest and kept looking for a pumpkin. She found a small cute pumpkin. When she touched the pumpkin, it turned into a huge one. She could make it as her new home. The villagers   helped her turn into a home, and she was happy as ever.

 

Key message-Do good and be kind
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IRA SHENOI, 6 years old

71 Replies to “‘Pumpkin Girl’by 6 year old Ira Shenoi from Mysore- Tangram #10”

  • Chandrika kadur

    What a wonderful story with a beautiful mssg! Great writing Ira

  • M.s. Sridhar

    Wonderful & creative story.Interwoven Social Message . Little bit borrowing from Mahabharata .

  • Eshwari Gupta

    Very nice story , with a great message!

  • Krishna Prasad R

    What a wonderful tale Ira. And what an amazing social message it carries. Keep up the good work!

  • Pravin kumar

    Good One Baby, Kudos to you

  • Priyadarshini

    Beautiful story Ira👏

  • Suresh

    Nice story, keep it up! Ira

  • Harshitha

    Good going ira ♥️

  • Sushma

    What a beautifully written story, Ira. Great message to add onto.

  • Madhuravanikumar

    Very beautiful story!!

  • Sowmya

    Very nice story Ira 🤗

  • Rashmi

    Beautiful Ira ..keep it going 👍👍

  • Rashmi

    Beautiful story ira..keep going

  • sunitha venugopal

    ,,Wonderful & creative story.keepit up Ira😘

  • sunitha

    Wonderful & creative story..keepit up Ira😘

  • Shubha Basavarajaiah

    Beautiful story my Ira baby❤️ way to go 💃

  • Archana

    Very nice story Iru. Keep going :*

  • medini

    Beautifully articulated story with a great message. Way to go Ira.

  • Geetha

    Good job Ira, keep it up

  • Vinaya

    Great imagination Ira.. beautiful story .

  • Thank you everyone for the kind comments and review.

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