Short Story for Kids written by: Catalina.

Once upon a time, there were two friends called Vela and Lily, who were always together until one day, due to a study commission in class, Vela was sent to sit beside another girl who was called Poppy.

They soon laughed together, and when Lily went to Vela´s house she was with Poppy, laughing and playing. Poppy didn´t even noticed when Lily arrived. So Lily went home really sad, looked at the picture of them playing in the park, then went to bed and didn´t want anything.

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Vela called her and said:

– “Hi Lily, can I go to your house? Poppy just left and I want to see you. My mum told me you were at home”.



– “Yes I am whilst you were with poppy” – Vela said with vengeful tone.

– “Well, can I come?”

– “Yes, sure, come, but…Are you a friend of Poppy?”


Lily became furious, but said with her normal voice:

– “Ok, I will wait for you”

– “See you later”.

Lily was angrier than a giant ogre, but she simply took a pillow, put it against the wall, relaxed and watched TV. She was watching “My little pony” when Vela arrived, and Lily said:

– “Oh, hi! Come in Vela, let´s watch My little Pony“.

-“Ok” – and they settled in front of the TV.

After a while, Poppy went to Lily´s house, and said:

– “Hi Vela”.

Vela got off her bed and left with Poppy. Lily felt guilty and angry at the same time. She threw her bag to the floor, and went to bed and little by little forgot all about it.

Next Monday, they went to school and Lily put itching powder on Poppy´s chair. Lily laughed, but not too much.

Poppy sat down and began to scratch and jumped up crazily from the chair. Everybody except Vela mocked her, especially Lily, who laughed even more. Vela said:

-“Don´t tease Poppy.”

But Lily ignored her and continued to laugh. Vela sat down feeling very offended.

After a long time they forgave each other and the three of them became friends. Vela had a Wii, so they were all entertained playing many games. They had so much fun and never fought again.


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