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‘A duck and an old man’ by 7 year olds, Prisha Chugh and Devansh of Little Readers Nook, Gurgaon and Hyderabad- Tangram Stories #30

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Hello little ones, Sara here! What happens when we take people for granted?  Two 7 year olds, Prisha Chugh and Devansh of Little Readers Nook, Gurgaon and Hyderabad, answer the question for us in this lovely Tangram tale.

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Once upon a time there was a duck.

Everyday the duck asked an old man for his lantern. The old man gave the lantern every single day to the duck.

 

 

 

After a few days the old man got tired of giving away his lantern to the duck. So one day he refused to give the lantern but the duck snatched it away from him.

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The next day, the old man thought of teaching the duck a lesson. So he put a spooky toy inside the lantern and gave it to the duck when she came asking for it.  The duck opened the lantern at home and got scared of the spooky toy.

From then on the duck never asked for the lantern ever again!

2 Replies to “‘A duck and an old man’ by 7 year olds, Prisha Chugh and Devansh of Little Readers Nook, Gurgaon and Hyderabad- Tangram Stories #30”

  • Raj K

    Must say the old man was very polite. Perhaps because he knew how to teach a lesson! 🙂

  • shrutika chugh

    lovely!

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