Crow And Eagle Kids Story

Crow And Eagle Kids Story


It was a beautiful spring day. The sun was high in the blue sky. A flock of sheep grazed happily on the hill. The little lambs with their white dress and curly tail played with each other. The shepherd, seeing that his flock was safe and happy, had fallen asleep under the thick branches of a large old tree.
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Suddenly, an eagle descended from the sky. He jumped on a lamb and carried it so fast that no other lamb had even time to babble. The sleeping pastor did not hear anything.
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A crow was sitting on the tree under which the shepherd slept. He had seen how the Eagle had trapped the lamb and carried it to its nest.
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"What a wonderful way to dine!" He thought. "Why do the crows look for old, smelly food?
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The crow decided to do exactly what the eagle had done. It seemed easy enough. All I had to do was decide which sheep I wanted, lower it, hold it as firmly as possible in its claws and fly with ... Easy!
If the eagle could do it, he could do it too!
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The Raven looked at the flock of sheep to decide which sheep he wanted.
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Just below the tree, near the shepherd, a tall, old Ram was suffering. It had horns and a thick and thick fleece.
'Aha! It should be a good meal for me! the Crow thought eagerly. He was very hungry and the idea of ​​a big and juicy ram for lunch made his mouth water.
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The crow plunged silently and swiftly on the battering ram, just as he had seen it done and held it firmly by its fleece.
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"And now, fly to my nest," said the crow. He flapped his wings with all his strength, but he could not raise the ram.
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The ram was big. It was too heavy for the crow. The crow tried again and again, but without success.
The ram felt the raven on his back and was very upset. What are you thinking about doing, annoying bird? he shouted, looking over his shoulder.
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The Raven hit even harder, trying to load the ram.
'Enough is enough!' The ram shouted. 'Go away! Shoo! Leave me alone!' He jumped and tried to shake the crow off his back.
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'Oh oh!' thought the Raven, alarmed by the fierce antics of the ram. Maybe it was not a good idea after all! Maybe I should pick up my dinner somewhere else! I'd better let the Ram be!
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The Raven tried to fly but realized that he could not move. His claws were trapped in the thick fleece of the ram! The crow tugged at his feet like that. He waved his wings as hard as he could. But no matter what he did, he just seemed to be more stuck.
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Oh, how was he going to free himself? The crow screamed noisily with fear and despair. The ram began to run around the tree, bellowing with rage. The pastor woke up with a start. Who made this horrible noise? His sheep were in danger? He sat
What a spectacle he found with his eyes! The ram ran in circles around the tree. On his back, the crow screamed and tried to get up in the air.
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The pastor laughed. Finally, wiping his eyes, the pastor stood up. He stopped the ram as he passed and calmed him with soft words.
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When the ram was motionless, the shepherd pulled a pair of scissors from his bag. Holding the raven with one hand, he skillfully cut the fleece until it was free.
"What did you think you were doing, my good friend?" The pastor asked, looking at the crow. 'Play to be an eagle, is not it?'
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The pastor laughed again.
The crow was too ashamed even to croak. I just wanted the pastor to let him go so he could fly to his nest and hide his stupid head.
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Finally, when the shepherd let go of the crow, he flapped his wings and flew as fast as he could.
"And the next time you want to become an eagle, be sure to choose an animal your size!" The pastor called after him.
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The raven, feeling idiotic and idiotic, promised himself that he would do no more than the other crows!