My Son John

My Son John :

Cock-a-doodle doo

In a faraway land, there was a rooster who lived with his master and the wife. Every early morning, the rooster would make a very loud cook-a-doodle-doo sound. This shocked his master and the wife so much that they jumped up from their sleep.

One day, the rooster heard that his master and the wife wanted to slaughter him for dinner. He was afraid. He wanted to run away. But before he went off, he quickly took one of the wife’s shoes and the master’s fiddling stick. Then he ran off into the forest feeling happy and satisfied.

Moral of The Story :

Always be careful of someone that you know. Because sometimes they have bad ideas towards you.

Come To the Window

One night, there was a little baby who was still not asleep. His mother already tried rocking the baby to sleep but he was still wide awake. So, his mother took him to the window to see the stars.

The stars shone on the sea. The mother told the baby some stories about the stars. She said that there were two little stars that played peek-a-boo with two little fishes in the deep blue sea. And there were two little frogs that cried ‘Neap, neap, neap. We also see a dear little baby who should be asleep!’

The baby was happy and delighted. Soon, the little baby grew sleepy and fell asleep in his mother’s arms.

Moral of the story :

You should go to sleep when it is your bedtime.

My Son John = Diddle, Diddle, Dumpling

There was a little boy called John. He was very playful. He played hard at the playground and was exhausted when he got home. His father told him to get undressed and ready for a bath. The little boy nodded and went straight to his room.

His father was waiting for John at the bathroom but he never came. His father went to John’s room. He saw that John was already asleep in his bed fully clothed. And one shoe was off but one shoe was still on his right foot.

His father took off John’s shoe and his trousers. He dressed him in his pyjamas and left him to sleep.

Moral of the story :

Avoid playing too much until you are too tired to do anything else.

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