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Short Story for kids written by: Stas Holodnak.

Click to read PUSHOK (SECOND PART)

One cold winter day, Pushok went missing. Concerned, Miriam looked all over for him. “Pushok, Pushok”, she called. At last she heard a faint meowing coming from up the tree next to her. She looked up and at the same time Pushok jumped into safety of her hands. He had wounds all over his body. As he was hunting he was ambushed by a dog that bit him until Pushok barely saved himself in the tree.

Staying home was not an option - Pushok had to hunt to bring in food. This time Miriam would always be by his side. She was carrying a heavy stick at all times and would not hesitate to use it.


Gradually life in the city was improving. The Russian Army had established supply route to Leningrad that led through a frozen Ladoga Lake. Germans bombed it relentlessly but they could no longer break the Road of Life which was the name Leningraders gave it.


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Short Story for Kids written by: Stas Holodnak.

That afternoon the grandmother could not manage to pack her suitcase because Leo the house cat was getting in her way. Each time she tried to open it, Leo squeezed his head in and mixed up her stuff with his furry paws.

“Modern cats don’t know anything about manners” observed the grandmother.

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“Cats don’t have matters grandma”, Effie laughed.

“I met once a cat who did”, said the grandmother. His name was Pushok.

“Tell me about Pushok, please!” Effie begged. Who wouldn’t be curious to hear about the cat who had manners?


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Short Stories for Kids written by: Rosa Godoy Mendez.

- “Peter! Pick up your toys!” – said his mom for the fifth time.

But Peter was so excited with his new video game, that didn´t obey his mother.


- “Please, Peter, I´m not repeating it again, it´s time to have a shower and then eat dinner”.


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Short Story for Kids written by: Ulica Tizaber.

Once upon a time, there was a mouse who was a mouse and a pedestrian. He was living in a farm, because was a wood mouse, and sometimes made trips to the city.

Behaving as a mouse, he was running over the floor of the barn really fast, smelling everything similar to cheese.

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He was very happy being a mouse, but it also had disadvantages, because any time a cat pursued him, the mouse was so nervous that walked everywhere, kicking his head on the walls, getting bumps. But, as he was a prudent observer, he met a cat few times, only at lapses of concentration.


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Short Story for boys and girls written by: Raúl Simao Ferraz.


….”Follow me! I will wait for you at the top of that mountain!”

And left flying. The turtle did not hesitate to go to that distant date.

Walked through places she had never been before, saw things she had never seen before, and heard noises that were new for her.


Finally, after making a big effort, arrived to the top of the mountain, where the bird was waiting for her. With her head lowered, looking at the ground, with tired look due to the difficult way, but she recognized the bird´s legs and looked at him.


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Short Stories for Kids written by: Raúl Simao Ferraz.

That is my story, the story of a turtle with no fear, a turtle with no fear that wanted to fly. I´m not saying she was not scared, I am saying she was brave, and her enthusiasm for flying was stronger than the fear of trying it.

Every morning, after eating, she used to go to the beach. There, she walked slowly on the sand, feeling every grain between her legs, taking the same way always, until arriving to a stone where she was used to spend many hours.


She could feel the world immensity from there, the bay was eternally swimming without resting, always with the sea, the wind was whispering music from the bottom of the earth to the mountains, and they took some to musical notes for herself.


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Short Story for girls and boys written by: Dani.

Once upon a time…

There was a girl called Lucy, who was living in a very small town. She had always wanted to have a pet, but her parents didn´t want because they said it was a big responsibility.

The girl was very sad, and her parents couldn´t see her like that, they felt great empathy for Lucy, so decided to buy her a pet, but unfortunately didn´t have enough money.

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That afternoon, the girl went out to the park and saw a little toad, she liked him so much that took him to her house, on the way home, gave him a name: Ronny.


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Short Story written by: Alejandra V.

Once upon a time…

There was a princess called Maggie, she was tall, white like the snow, had red lips like a rose, her hair was brown, had light blue eyes and was very nice and kind.

She was in love with a bricklayer called kevin, was tall, had brown hair, white skin but always tanned, was strong, had dark eyes, was kind, he was never angry and was very nice.


He was also in love with her, but never said anything, not like Princess Maggie who told the whole kingdom, the whole kingdom except his dad, because he was going to get angry. Her mom did know everything.


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Short Stories for girls and boys written by: Rosa Jimenez Peralta.

Once upon a time there was a girl called Dayane, she was very disobedient, ever obeyed her mom, and her mom wanted to teach her a lesson.She punished her every time she behaved badly, but Dayana continued like always, didn´t care about the consequences.

She knew it was for her own good, her mom loved her and didn´t want nothing bad happening to her, thats why she always advised her.


One day, Dayane woke up very early, when her mom saw her, sat her on a wood chair, she didn´t want to, so her mom asked her to take another chair, but the rebellious girl said:

- “No!”


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Short Story for boys and girls written by: Daleinis Moran.

Once upon a time…

There was a girl called Sophie who really believed in Santa Claus, but the other kids didn´t, and were always telling her not to believe because it was not real. They were always trying to discourage her to stop believing in him.


That year, the 24th of December, Santa Claus arrived. Those who didn´t believe in him, saw him and he gave them what they wanted for Christmas.


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