Rabbit Goes on a Quest

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A shower of arrows fall in the forest... who is attacking the forest? !
Rabbit Goes on a Quest

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“Oh! Thank goodness! The arrows missed. I am safe,” said Rabbit.

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“Someone has attacked the forest! I must tell the king!”

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“Are you the king?” asked Rabbit.

“No, I am not the king,” said Rooster.

“Someone has attacked us! I must tell the king,” said Rabbit.

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“Well then, I will go with you,” said Rooster.

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“Are you the king?” asked Rabbit and Rooster.

“No, I am not the king,” said Emu.

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“Someone has attacked us! We are going to tell the king,” said Rabbit.

“Well then, I will go with you,” said Emu.

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“Are you the king?” asked Rabbit and Rooster and Emu.

“No, I am not the king,” said Hippo.

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“Someone has attacked us. We are going to tell the king,” said Rabbit.

“Well then, I will go with you,” said Hippo.

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“Are you the king?” asked Rabbit and Rooster and Emu and Hippo.

“No, I am not the king,” said Gorilla. “The king is inside.”

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“Wait! So… this was not an attack?” Rabbit asked.

“Some of my arrows missed their mark,” the king said. “Oops!”

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BEDTIME STORY WRITTEN BY BRIAN KAVANAGH

ILLUSTRATED BY SUVIDHA MISTRY

OTHER CREDITS: This book was published on StoryWeaver by Pratham Books © 2015. Pratham Books is a not-for-profit organization that publishes books in multiple Indian languages to promote reading among children. www.prathambooks.org

* THE STORY ‘RABBIT GOES ON A QUEST ‘ WAS CREATED BY PRATHAM BOOKS AND IS LICENSED UNDER A CREATIVE COMMONS -BY-4.0 LICENSE. MINOR FORMATTING CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE ORIGINAL WORK FOR EASE OF READING ON OUR WEBSITE.

Let’s Chat About The Stories ~ Ideas for Talking With Kids

Independent Thinking

1. How many other reasons can you think of for why a shower of arrows might have fallen on Rabbit?

2. Do you think Rabbit did the right thing by investigating why the arrows were falling? Why or why not?

 

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