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+mrs. Veta Hamato  Do you think you can share this community please?

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The Frogs at the Rainbow's End
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The Crow and the Pitcher
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The Crocodile in the Bedroom
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Beatrix Potter's stories

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One night, as a lion lay sleeping, a mouse ran across his face, finding something to eat and woke him up. The lion began laughing. "Well well well. What have we here? A midnight snack?" He said, putting the mouse in his mouth. “Please let me go,” she cried. “One day I will repay your kindness. I can help you one day.” The lion took her out of his mouth. "How can a little mouse, such as yourself, help a large beast like me?" He asked. "Oh please. Spare me. I promise you I will be able to help one day." She said. The lion thought about it. "Little mouse, lucky for you, I ate well today. So I will let you free. Maybe you can help me one day." He said, laughing. "Thank you." The mouse said. She scurried off.

The lion found it so utterly hilarious and such an insignificant creature could ever help him that he laughed out loud. But the mouse’s chance came soon enough. Not long afterwards, the lion got tangled in a net that had been spread by game hunters. The mouse heard and recognized his roars and ran to the spot.

Without ado, it got to work on the ropes with its teeth, and before long succeeded in setting the lion free. “They you are!” said the mouse. “You laughed at me when I promised to repay you; but now you see, even a mouse can help a lion.” "And for that, I apologize. And I thank you for saving me. I vow from this day forward, I will be kind to the animals and never judge them by their size." He said.

“No act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted.” ~Aesop.
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