The ray of the warm sunlight told us that it was spring. A lion was sleeping peacefully in the forest.
While the lion was fast asleep, a mouse went on top of the lion. The bold mouse played happily on top of the lion. Yuppie! This is really fun. The mouse ran around thumping and stomping here and there.
The lion was not able to sleep with all the racket. The lion knew that there was someone on top of him. So, the lion made a surprise attack and rolled on the ground.
And the mouse fell over. When the lion saw the mouse he was relieved and said, Whew! It was only a mouse.
However, far away a fox had seen the scene. The fox laughed mockingly to the lion and said, You're as big as a mountain and you're afraid of the mouse. You're a coward! The fox kept making fun of the Lion.
Finally the lion spoke, I wasn't afraid of the mouse. I was only shocked to find a bold enough animal not afraid to run around on top of a lion. When the fox heard this he quietly left.
Baby frogs went on a picnic in the woods. Getting out of the pond for the first time, they sang merrily.
Then, they found a cow grazing in a field. Oh, my! What is that? It is huge! All of them wondered what kind of animal it was. Let's ask Daddy.
They returned home in a hurry and shouted, Daddy, we saw a strange animal. What kind of animal was it?
It had large horns on its head and its body was way bigger than you. Even if we all add up our power, we can not defeat that animal.
The father was curious what the animal looked like. Really? Was it bigger than my stomach? Yes. Much bigger than that!
The father frog blew up his stomach largely, Well, now, I'm as big as the animal, right? No, you are as big as the animal's heel. The father puffed himself up deeply and blew up his stomach enormously.
How about now? Am I as big as the animal, huh? No, not even. Thinking he could not be outdone, the father frog puffed up his stomach even more.
The father frog's stomach was blown up as big as he could get. Right at that very moment, the father frog's stomach burst with a bang.
The Ant and the Dove
An ant is walking by the river. He looks at the river and says to himself, “How nice and cool this water looks! I must drink some of it.” But when he is drinking, he slips into the river.
“Oh.Help!Help!” The ant cries,
A dove is sitting in the tree. She hears him and throws him a leaf, “Climb up that leaf,” she says “and you will float bank.”
The ant climbs uo onto the leaf, and the wind blows the leaf to the bank. And the ant is saved.
“Thank you, Dove. You’re so kind,” The ant says and runs home, “You have saved my life, and I wish I could do something for you, Goodbye!”
“Goodbye!” says the dove, “Be careful. Not to fall into the river again.”
After a few days, the dove is building her nest. And a man is raising his gun to shoot her.
The ant sees this, and runs quickly to bite the man’s leg. “Ouch! Ouch!” The man feels pained and drops his gun. The dove hears and flies away. So the man picks up his gun and leave.
The dove comes to her nest. “Thank you, my little friend,” she says, “You have saved my life.”
The little ant is so glad, because he can help the dove.