Children's bedtime stories Some beautiful and fun children's stories
: loser crows
In a beautiful, rich forest, the animals heard the sound of two crows quarreling standing on a high tree branch, so the cunning fox came and tried to understand the reason for their quarrel, and as soon as he got closer, he asked the two crows: What is wrong with you two crows? One of them said: We have agreed to share this piece of cheese after we divide it equally, but this foolish crow is trying to take more than his share, so the fox smiled and said: So what do you think that I help you solve this problem, and divide the piece of cheese equally between you? The two crows looked at each other and agreed to the fox's proposal, and gave him a piece of cheese, so the fox divided the piece of cheese and said: Oh my God, I made a mistake in dividing it. The big piece bit off until it became smaller than the first, so he apologized to the crows for his mistake and decided to eat from the first piece until they were equal, this is the only solution, and the fox kept on this way, dividing the piece unevenly on purpose, then eating from a piece and it becomes smaller than the other until he ate a piece The cheese was perfect as he planned and fled from the crows, while the crows learned to solve their own problems without the help of the evil fox
: Hedgehog and little animals
There was a small hedgehog living in a beautiful forest called Qanfoud, and he loved to play with animals, but the animals were afraid to play with him. His back was full of thorns that harm the animals when they approach the little hedgehog. The turtle when he catches it to roam together, and one day the little hedgehog decided to enter his house and never leave it because he loves his friends very much and does not want to hurt them with his thorns, two days passed and the hedgehog is hiding in his house he does not see anyone, the animals asked why he disappeared, and when they knew the reason they decided To surprise him with a gift that will help him solve his problem, and at the same time it will not keep him away from his friends who he loves and love him, the friends gathered and brought Kanfod a gift and went to his house, and when they knocked on the door he opened for them and tears of longing filled his eyes, the friends smiled and asked him to open the gift, he opened the gift kanfod but he He found only small pieces of cork, and did not understand what these were! All the friends approached and put these pieces on the thorns on the back of Qanfoud until they all covered them and hugged him with strength and love. Qanfoud and friends set out to play in the forest without fear.
: cunning fox
One day, there was a large forest, and a lion was frightening and harming the animals, so the animals of the forest gathered and decided to cooperate together and stand up to the lion’s tyranny and harm, and they came up with a smart plan to lock him in a cage, and indeed their smart plan succeeded, so they imprisoned the lion, and they lived happily and safely. One day a small rabbit passed by the cage in which the lion was trapped, and the lion said to the rabbit: “Please, little rabbit, help me get out of this cage.” The rabbit replied: “No, I will never let you out, you torture and eat animals.” The lion said: “I promise I will not do this again, and I will become a friend to all the animals, and I will not harm any of them.” The good little rabbit believed the lion's words, so he opened the cage door for him and helped him out. As soon as the lion came out, he jumped on the rabbit and caught it, then said: "You are my first prey for today!" The rabbit started screaming and screaming for help in panic, and there was a smart fox close to them, so he heard the rabbit's distress and rushed to help him, and when he arrived, he went to the lion and spoke to him saying: "I heard that you were locked up in this cage, is that really true?" And the lion said, "Yes, the animals have trapped me in it." The fox replied, "But I don't believe it. How can a big and mighty lion like you fit inside this small cage? It seems that you are lying to me." The lion replied: "I am not lying, and I will prove to you that I was in this cage." The lion entered the cage again to show the fox that it was expanding inside, so the fox quickly approached the cage door and closed it tightly, and locked the lion in it again, then said to the rabbit: "Do not believe this lion again."
: The lion and the mouse
One day the king of the jungle the lion was sleeping, a little mouse climbed on his back and started playing, the lion was disturbed by the movement on his back and woke up angry, so he caught the mouse, and decided to eat it directly, the mouse was very afraid and began to apologize to the lion for its inconvenience, and begged him to free him and not He eats it, then promises him that if he does that, he will save him one day. The lion laughed sarcastically, how can a small mouse help a strong lion, but he decided to leave him. After a few days, a group of hunters came, and they grabbed the lion, and tied it tightly with ropes until they brought a cage to put it in. The mouse saw the lion in this state and remembered his promise to him, so he approached him and started biting the ropes until he cut them. The lion managed to escape and stay away from the hunters before they noticed him. the mouse to the lion and said to him: "Didn't I tell you that I would save you one day?" The lion regretted his belittling and mocking the rat, and thanked him greatly for saving him.
: The sparrow and the elephant
In a distant forest full of big and beautiful trees, and many and varied animals, a little bird lived with its mother and brothers in a small nest built on the tops of a high tree, and one day the bird went to the mother to search for food for her young children, who cannot fly yet, and while she was away from the nest A strong wind blew off the nest, and the little bird fell to the ground. The little bird had not yet learned to fly, so he remained in his place frightened, waiting for his mother's return, and during that a good elephant passed, walking in the woods cheerfully, hitting the ground with his big feet, and singing loudly. And he said to him, "Are you all right, beautiful little bird? Did you fall from the tree?" But the bird was very afraid, and he could not answer the elephant with any words. He was trembling with fear and cold, so the elephant was saddened by his sight and decided to bring some tree leaves and put them around him to warm him. A cunning fox came and saw the elephant talking with the bird, then he went away to get him the papers. He approached the bird when the elephant went, and asked him: "Why are you here on earth, little bird?" The little bird told him that he had fallen from his nest, and the fox said cunningly: "I know where your nest is, sparrow, and I will bring you back to it, but first you have to get rid of the elephant, for it is an evil animal and wants to harm you." At this moment the elephant came back carrying the leaves, so the fox got away and hid behind the trees watching the bird. The elephant put the leaves around the bird, which felt warm, then said to the elephant: "Good elephant, I'm hungry, can you bring me some food?" This was the bird's idea to keep the elephant away so that the fox could return it to its nest and its brothers, the elephant is very big and scary, and the fox looks good, and has beautiful fur of wonderful colors. "Sure, sparrow," replied the elephant. "I'll get you some grain, but be careful of the other animals and don't move until I come back." The fox approached the bird when the elephant went and said to him: “Let’s go to take you back to your nest, bird.” He carried him and moved away behind the tree. Suddenly the fox’s features changed, and he threw the bird on the ground and then attacked it, preying on it and eating it. The bird started screaming loudly: “Save me! Please save me! !" The elephant heard the sound of the bird, then came back quickly and saw the fox trying to prey on the bird, so he ran quickly and hit the fox that ran away. The bird confessed: “Actually I was afraid of you, elephant, you are big, big and big, and I am a very small bird.” The elephant replied with great sadness: “Sparrow, I do not eat small animals, and I only want to help you, you have to learn that No one should be judged by his shape or size, but only by his actions.” Then the elephant took the bird and returned it to the tree from which it fell, and his mother was looking for him with great fear, so she was very happy when she saw him, and thanked the elephant for her help.