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In the rainforest

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 In the tropical rainforest, there is a huge Baobab tree, and on the tree lives a kind night fairy.

In the rainforest
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In the rainforest

 In the tropical rainforest, there is a huge Baobab tree, and on the tree lives a kind night fairy. Every night, when the clock strikes 12, she gets busy. She went from door to door to whisper sweetness into the dreams of the villagers nearby, so that people's dreams would be filled with good things. That way, when people wake up the next day, they all have a good mood. They can walk out of their homes with a sweet smile on everyone's face.

  One day, a little boy moved into the village, and at night the night fairy sent sweetness to the people as usual, and of course, she also sent sweetness to the little boy's dreams. But the next day when the little boy passed under the big boba tree with his backpack, the night fairy saw that the boy was pale, frowning, with a melancholy look on his face. "It's not right, I put sweetness into his dream, huh?"

  The Night Fairy hid behind a leaf of Bobabu, staring with big eyes, she wanted to jump down and ask the little boy what had happened to him and that he was unhappy. At that moment, a cobra monkey climbed up the Baobab tree to pick fruit to eat. The fruit of the Baobab tree is also called "monkey bread", it is the size of soccer, sweet and juicy, and is the favorite food of the little monkey.

  So the night fairy flew to the monkey's side, pointed to the little boy's back, and asked, "Monkey, I want to ask you something! Do you know that little boy?" The eye monkey looked at the little boy under the tree and said, "Oh, he is the grandson of the old man Dodoti, whose mother got seriously ill and was sent to the hospital. He had no one to take care of him and was brought back by a good Samaritan." Glasses monkey finished, broke open soccer as big as the monkey bread, "click click click" eat up.

  At night, when the night fairy entered the little boy's dream, she found that the little boy was chased by a fierce tiger, and then he was carrying a basket of herbs up the mountain to pick herbs, and his foot slipped and he fell down the mountain, and then he was standing by his mother's bed crying, and he, ah, kept rolling over in bed.

  "Ugh!" Night Fairy sighed softly, "his heart is full of anxiety and attachment to his mother, the sweetness I sent yesterday simply can not cover his sorrow, no wonder his face can not see a smile, this is not a child can bear ah!"

  The night fairy thought, cutting away those sorrowful, anxious dreams one by one. Put the little boy climbing trees with his buddies, playing games together, and so on some happy things into his dream. Finally, she gave sweet monkey bread to the little boy in his dream and asked him to give it to his mother.

  At dawn, the little boy took Grandpa's hand and jumped under the Boba tree, his little face flushed, and while walking, he tilted his head and talked to Grandpa: "Grandpa, I dreamed last night that a little fairy gave me a monkey bread, and I gave it to my mom, and after she ate it, she got better, and she said she would come to get me in two days! "

  Grandpa stroked his beard and said, "Well, with the help of the little fairy, mommy will get well! You just don't worry." "Well," so the little boy cried out loudly, "Thank you Monkey Bread, and thank you Night Fairy." The fairy, who was hiding behind a tree, smiled, covered a leaf, and fell asleep.

  Animal Fairy Tales Part 19

  One morning in spring, the sun was shining brightly. The duckling felt that the weather was very good, so he went out.

  He went to the river and prepared to swim and catch some small fish for breakfast.

  The duckling was afraid to do what he said he would do. At that moment, two little butterflies flew in and said to the duckling: "Don't be afraid, look and think, do you see those little ducks over there swimming? You and they are the same, they can swim, and you can also swim!" The duckling listened, with confidence, courage, and a lot more.

  Finally, the little duckling jumped into the water with a swoop and said loudly, "Quack, quack, I did it, I can swim!" The duckling was so happy.

  After a while, the duckling returned home. Oh! The duckling caught some fish and brought them home to eat! As the duckling ate his breakfast, he thought, "I've learned to swim! This is a happy day!"

  Animal Fairy Tales Part 20

  One day, the eagle was flying over the grassland when suddenly it saw the frog crying. The eagle shouted, "Little frog, why are you crying?" The little frog heard it and said to the eagle, "I can't go home, my home is in the forest over there. There is a deep cliff over there, and I want to jump over it, but my leg is injured, so I can't jump that far, what should I do?"

  The eagle said to the frog, "I have an idea." "What can I do?" The frog asked.

  "You sit on my back and I will fly to that forest and you can go home." The eagle replied.

  The frog clapped its hands happily and said, "Yes, why didn't I think of that? Brother eagle, you are so smart."

  So the eagle flew over with ease.

  When he arrived home, the frog said, "Thank you, Brother Eagle." The eagle said, "You're welcome." Without finishing the sentence, the eagle flew away.

*** Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version) ***

 In the tropical rainforest, there is a huge Baobab tree, and on the tree lives a kind night fairy. Every night, when the clock strikes 12, she gets busy. She went from door to door to whisper sweetness into the dreams of the villagers nearby, so that people's dreams would be filled with good things. That way, when people wake up the next day, they all have a good mood. They can walk out of their homes with a sweet smile on everyone's face.

  One day, a little boy moved into the village, and at night the night fairy sent sweetness to the people as usual, and of course, she also sent sweetness to the little boy's dreams. But the next day when the little boy passed under the big boba tree with his backpack, the night fairy saw that the boy was pale, frowning, with a melancholy look on his face. "It's not right, I put sweetness into his dream, huh?"

  The Night Fairy hid behind a leaf of Bobabu, staring with big eyes, she wanted to jump down and ask the little boy what had happened to him and that he was unhappy. At that moment, a cobra monkey climbed up the Baobab tree to pick fruit to eat. The fruit of the Baobab tree is also called "monkey bread", it is the size of soccer, sweet and juicy, and is the favorite food of the little monkey.

  So the night fairy flew to the monkey's side, pointed to the little boy's back, and asked, "Monkey, I want to ask you something! Do you know that little boy?" The eye monkey looked at the little boy under the tree and said, "Oh, he is the grandson of the old man Dodoti, whose mother got seriously ill and was sent to the hospital. He had no one to take care of him and was brought back by a good Samaritan." Glasses monkey finished, broke open soccer as big as the monkey bread, "click click click" eat up.

  At night, when the night fairy entered the little boy's dream, she found that the little boy was chased by a fierce tiger, and then he was carrying a basket of herbs up the mountain to pick herbs, and his foot slipped and he fell down the mountain, and then he was standing by his mother's bed crying, and he, ah, kept rolling over in bed.

  "Ugh!" Night Fairy sighed softly, "his heart is full of anxiety and attachment to his mother, the sweetness I sent yesterday simply can not cover his sorrow, no wonder his face can not see a smile, this is not a child can bear ah!"

  The night fairy thought, cutting away those sorrowful, anxious dreams one by one. Put the little boy climbing trees with his buddies, playing games together, and so on some happy things into his dream. Finally, she gave sweet monkey bread to the little boy in his dream and asked him to give it to his mother.

  At dawn, the little boy took Grandpa's hand and jumped under the Boba tree, his little face flushed, and while walking, he tilted his head and talked to Grandpa: "Grandpa, I dreamed last night that a little fairy gave me a monkey bread, and I gave it to my mom, and after she ate it, she got better, and she said she would come to get me in two days! "

  Grandpa stroked his beard and said, "Well, with the help of the little fairy, mommy will get well! You just don't worry." "Well," so the little boy cried out loudly, "Thank you Monkey Bread, and thank you Night Fairy." The fairy, who was hiding behind a tree, smiled, covered a leaf, and fell asleep.

  Animal Fairy Tales Part 19

  One morning in spring, the sun was shining brightly. The duckling felt that the weather was very good, so he went out.

  He went to the river and prepared to swim and catch some small fish for breakfast.

  The duckling was afraid to do what he said he would do. At that moment, two little butterflies flew in and said to the duckling: "Don't be afraid, look and think, do you see those little ducks over there swimming? You and they are the same, they can swim, and you can also swim!" The duckling listened, with confidence, courage, and a lot more.

  Finally, the little duckling jumped into the water with a swoop and said loudly, "Quack, quack, I did it, I can swim!" The duckling was so happy.

  After a while, the duckling returned home. Oh! The duckling caught some fish and brought them home to eat! As the duckling ate his breakfast, he thought, "I've learned to swim! This is a happy day!"

  Animal Fairy Tales Part 20

  One day, the eagle was flying over the grassland when suddenly it saw the frog crying. The eagle shouted, "Little frog, why are you crying?" The little frog heard it and said to the eagle, "I can't go home, my home is in the forest over there. There is a deep cliff over there, and I want to jump over it, but my leg is injured, so I can't jump that far, what should I do?"

  The eagle said to the frog, "I have an idea." "What can I do?" The frog asked.

  "You sit on my back and I will fly to that forest and you can go home." The eagle replied.

  The frog clapped its hands happily and said, "Yes, why didn't I think of that? Brother eagle, you are so smart."

  So the eagle flew over with ease.

  When he arrived home, the frog said, "Thank you, Brother Eagle." The eagle said, "You're welcome." Without finishing the sentence, the eagle flew away.

*** Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version) ***

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