stay-put-timbu
Timbu Donkey was declared as the Best Player and everyone praised his powerful kicks. But where was the Best Player?He didn't even show up when he was called to receive the trophy.
The-big-fat-king1
The King never got tired of eating. He would eat while he talked, walked, sang, felt bored and even when he ordered his troops. The only time his mouth remained still was when he was asleep.
Holi-for-All
On the day of Holi, Pihu, Simha and the other animals celebrated with great fervour. They smeared colours on each other, sang songs and danced. Suddenly, the sound of their celebration was drowned by music coming from another part of the forest.
THE-BIRTHDAY-GIFT
In the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter, for in the dew of little things the heart finds its morning and is refreshed.
The-Race-contender
Golu finds his happiness despite his disability, which he did. He targeted on not winning any racing competition but on enjoying the feeling of running. He didn't want to feel sorry for himself; he rather just wanted to run in the playground.
Friendship-is-Necessary
“Friendship is the only cement that will ever hold the world together.
Brave-Marty
A foul smell had spread in the atmosphere. Two trucks full of garbage came over and started dumping the garbage in the lake.
Only-the-Brave-Win
Mandy would bother the animals in some way or the other and pretended to be brave. Everybody was irked by him. Champakvan’s king decided that he would teach Mandy a lesson.
New-Look-beauty-parlour
The news about the beauty parlour spread like wild fire all over the forest and everyone assembled near the old mound to meet Beauty and Rancho, who had also come there.
Rancho's-Challenge
Barry, the buffalo had won the National Forest Boxing Championship. He began to consider himself better than the rest of the animals.
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