The eggplants were jealous of the special treatment that the bottle gourds were getting. They wanted to see those vitamin injections and if possible, get some for themselves. They did not like the way they looked—dark and stubby.
One day Terry was playing near the bank of a river. He happened to look around and found two feathers of a pigeon. Terry looked at them and felt immensely happy. He picked them up and brought them home.
News of the impending attack reached the ears of the Indian king. He had heard about the size of the Chinese army and knew that he wouldn't stand a chance against them. He gathered all the scholars and economists and asked them to think of a plan.
Dixie duck and her seven chicks lived in the forest of Everwood. Among the chicks, Trixie was the most mischievous one. She would venture out on her own and stray from her mother when they went out together.
Akash Towers was a tall building. It housed many offices that could be reached by a staircase. The Management installed a lift which was praised by many people. The lift kept hearing people admiring it throughout the day. It felt very proud.
The birds wondered why Miss Cuckoo had taken so much trouble to have such a grand tea party and gather them all together. And as the saying goes to this day, they thought that she was being “as silly as a cuckoo".
Danny, the fawn found himself in a completely dark room in the middle of the night. He was scared and slept with his mother. Still, he could not sleep properly, he was tired and dozed off in class. His classmates laughed at him.
Champak, India's favourite children's magazine presents the story 'Everything Is Possible'. Billu and Bhiku, the cats are fighting over Cheeku mouse's apple. Cheeku offers to toss a coin to help them decide, but there's a twist!
Finally, the day came when the mother cat took the kittens out. The kittens were excited to be outside and ran to catch the birds and butterflies and chased the squirrels. Chotu, the youngest of the four brothers, was scared to run and chase them.