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* A Different Take on Halloween
* A Flower a Day
* A Forced Christmas
* A Frog and a Frying Pan
* A Letter Soup
* A Lion without a Roar
* A Madman in the City
* A Pessimistic Dog
* A Resentful Thumb
* A Village on the Road
* An Allergic Wizard
* An Insignificant Task
* An Octopus in Trouble
* An Unexpected Arrival
* Art Town
* August Heat
* Balloon Acrobatics
* Bigmouth Fox
* Billy Peck, Tightrope Waddler
* Bobby the Mountain Climber
* Boobuan monkeys
* Brave Little Tortoise and the Monster
* Bula, the traveller
* Chess of a Thousand Colours
* Chocolate Tears
* Colourful Animals
* Colourless Tiger
* Duck Race
* Earth, Swallow Me Up
* Edward and the Dragon
* Fear is soft and smooth
* Fiona Famous
* Foolish Lion & clever rabbit
* Forever a Monster
* Fox reared by the lion
* Friends from the Vegetable Patch
* George the Giant
* Grandfather’s Coins
* Hammer Blows
* Happy Endings
* Humility among the Animals
* Hunting for Smiles
* Invitation to the Ball
* Jemima the Nosey Giraffe
* Little Worm is Lost!
* Lola the Whale
* Mirror with a Malfunction
* Modern Nomads
* Monkey and the crocodile
* Music on your plate
* My Little World has Broken
* Never Make Fun of a Rhino
* Peggy’s Talking Pets
* Pillars of the Earth
* Playing with the Sun
* Prince Lapio
* Princess of Fire
* Problems on the Ark
* Robot with a Virus
* Searching for Stars
* Sparky Hooves
* Speedy Snails
* Stickybeard’s Treasure
* That’s Enough!
* The Bad Neighbours
* The Beauty Contest
* the Best Choice
* The Best Robot
* The Big Match
* The Birth of the Turtles
* The blue Jackal
* The Boy Who Always Won
* The Boy who Made a Country Smile
* The Brahmin's gift
* The Brave Boy and the Multicoloured Ghost
* The Brave Little Tortoise and the Monster
* The Careless Clown
* The Carnivorous Plant and the Butcher
* The Cave of the Thousand Treasures
* The Chain of Smiles
* The Cloudsqueezer
* The Cockerel, the Duck, and the Mermaids
* The Crashed Martian
* The Creature in the Attic
* The Day of Silence
* The Deductive Mr. Horsefly
* The Drawing That Talked
* The Evil Goblins
* The Experiments of Miss Ellis
* The Fairy and the Shadow
* The Flying Contest
* The Full Warren
* The Good Pirate
* The great palace of lies
* The greedy cloud
* The greedy jackal
* The Grumpy Tree
* The Hair Thief
* The Happy Sweeper
* The Hypersensor
* The Incredible Black Rain
* The Island Of Inventions
* The Knight and the World
* The Last Dinosaurs
* The Lazy Little Bird
* The Life-Wasting Potion
* The Little Glutton
* The Little Star
* The Magic Coins
* The Magic Key
* The Magic Tree
* The Magic Window
* The Match and the Toy Men
* The Mocking Tiger
* The mongoose and the farmer's wife
* The Moon Lake
* The Mysterious Juggling Clown
* The Mystery of the Missing Coin
* The Old Man on the Moon
* The Opera Singer
* The Origin of Happiness
* The Outing
* the Paper Rocket
* The Pet Sack
* The Photographic Elephant
* The Pleaseometer
* The Poor Bunny's Magic Present
* The potion and the wind
* The Princess without a Palace
* The Prisoners
* The Proudest Parents
* The Queen’s Journey
* The Red Moon
* The Respectful Prince and the Dwarves
* The Safe
* The Sage's daughter
* The Sparrow and the elephant
* The Sword of Peace
* The Ticklish Kid
* The Tidy Toys
* The Toothy Toad
* The Tree and the Vegetables
* The Trick
* The Two Towers
* The Ugly Fairy
* The Unfriendly River
* The Unlucky Merchant
* The Wand That Ran Out
* The Warm Whale
* The Wicked Prince
* The World's Best Warrior
* Trapped in Tidyland
* Trouble in the Science Class
* Tubby, the Pot-bellied Cat
* Two Intelligent Boys
* Waking Nightmare
* Win or Lose
* Works of the Kingdom
1. First Day to School - Kids Story
2. Mr Vegetable - Kids Story
3. Grace of God - Kids Story
4. Thirsty Crow - Kids Story
5. Grapes are Sour - Kids Story
6. The Fox and the Stork - Kids Story
7. Hare and Tortoise - Kids Story
8. Two Silly Goats - Kids Story
9. The Lion and The Mouse - Kids Story
10. The Greedy Dog - Kids Story
11. Strength in Unity - Kids Story
12. The Greedy Lion - Kids Story
13. The Lion and The Rabbit - Kids Story
14. Kindness Pays Back - Kids Story
15. The Foolish Turtle - Kids Story
16. Fox and the Goat - Kids Story
17. Think before you leap - Kids Story
18. Crocodile and Monkey - Kids Story
19. The Blue Jackal - Kids Story
20. Knowledge is Power - Kids Story
21. The Clever Fox - Kids Story
22. Crooked Fox - Kids Story
23. Speaking Cave - Kids Story
24. Cats and A Monkey - Kids Story
25. Arrogant Elephant - Kids Story
26. Frogs and a Snake - Kids Story
27. The Mediator - Kids Story
28. Power of Wisdom - Kids Story
29. Act of a Fool - Kids Story
30. Donkey under Tiger Skin - Kids Story
31. Ungratefulness - Kids Story
32. Washer man's donkey - Kids Story
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Here is the Detailed story of Anita which we presented in the Pictorial format in the Application:
Scene 1 : Anita went to bed dreaming of the adventures that would take place the next morning. It would be her first day of school.
Scene 2 : Anita woke up early in the morning and get ready for the school. She hurried to the breakfast table where her breakfast was ready. She ate happily. She was very excited for the classroom activities.
Scene 3 : Anita and her mom and dad rushed to the stand where other kids were waiting for the bus. Kids talked about the fun they were going to experience at school.
Scene 4 : The bus stopped at the corner. All the kids climbed into the bus. Anita waved goodbye to her mom and dad as she moved towards the bus.
Scene 5 : Anita's mom and dad also waved her goodbye as she started for her school. They were excited too for the first day of the school.
Scene 6 : The bus stopped at the school after a short ride. The school was quite big. Kids were excited to see the school as they stepped out of the bus. All the children moved towards the entrance gate.
Scene 7 : The teacher settled down Anita and her friends in the airy and bright classroom. After that the teacher gave her introduction. She told students about many activities they would do in the class.
Scene 8 : The teacher told the student that they would study every day. She said that they would learn to read and write very soon. She told the children a very funny story and everyone laughed.
Scene 9 : The teacher said, "we will start with alphabets. There are 26 alphabets. After that we will learn how to count numbers from 1 to 20. We will recite some poems and rhymes too." "Hurray!" exclaimed the children,
Scene 10 : Now it's time for lunch. All the students gathered in the school cafeteria. Everybody chose his favorite lunch. They were free to talk. Anita picked up her favorite lunch and ate heartily.
Scene 11 : After the lunch time was over children were free to go to the playground and have fun and play games. Anita and a few students played a game of football. Everyone said that Anita played very well.
After the game was over the teacher told students to draw and paint a beautiful art pieces. Students were given paper and colors. The teacher exhibited all the pictures on the wall. Anita painted a fruit tray.
It was the time to go to the library. All the students went there and picked up the picture story books. They tried to understand the story by watching the pictures. Anita also picked up a nice story book.
First day of the school was going to over now. The school bell rang. Anita bade goodbye to her teacher. It was such a nice and wonderful day. She learnt many new things.
All the students came out the school gate and said good bye to each other. Students boarded on the school bus. It was time to go to home. Anita said bye to her friends before she climbed on the bus.
Anita was very excited to share the wonderful experience of her first day at school with her Mom and Dad. They also wanted to hug her little girl.
1. The Donkey Under the Tiger's Skin
2. Grapes are Sour
3. The Rabbit and the Lion
4. The Cats and a Monkey
5. The Blue Jackal
6. The Cave that Speaks
7. The Clever Fox
8. The Crocodile and the Monkey
9. The Thirsty Crow
10. Knowledge is Power
Page 1: Once upon a time there lived a lion in a jungle. He was the king of jungle. He was very powerful. He used to sleep inside his den peacefully. No one dared to disturb him sleeping.
Page 2: One day a naughty mouse came in his den. He started living in a hole in the den. The mouse was very mischievous.
Page 3: When the lion used to fall asleep, the mouse came out of his hole, went near the lion and checked if he is fast asleep or not.
Page 4: When the mouse got assured that the lion is sleeping, he used to climb on the lion’s back and started jumping upon him.
Page 5: The jumping mouse used to awaken the lion. When the lion got awakened he used to run away and disappeared in his hole. This made the lion very angry.
Page 6: The mouse became the headache for the lion. The lion was unable to sleep peacefully. He had to do something to get rid of the mouse. He got an idea.
Page 7: He thought that he should hire someone who could watch the mouse while he went asleep. He thought that a cat would be suitable for this job because cat is the enemy of mouse.
Page 8: So the lion called a cat the next day and made him understand what he had to do when the lion went asleep. The cat said, “My mighty king! It is my honor to serve you.” In return the lion gave shelter and food to the cat.
Page 9: Now the cat used to take care that the mouse could not interrupt the lion’s sleep. The mouse also did not come out of his hole because of the cat’s terror. Now the lion used to sleep peacefully.
Page 10: One day the lion was out for a hunt. The cat was taking rest. The mouse thought that it was the suitable time to go out of his hole. So he came out quietly in search of food.
Page 11: As he was searching food in the den, suddenly the cat saw him. The mouse was unaware that the cat saw him. The cat did not want to lose the opportunity.
Page 12: The cat took a giant leap and caught the mouse very easily. Now the mouse was under the cat’s paws. Cat’s mouth filled with water, he could not resist the temptation and ate up the mouse.
Page 13: Now the lion came back from hunting. The cat boasted in front of the lion that he had finished the mouse and the lion could sleep in peace.
Page 14: The lion became happy. The trouble was over now. Now the lion thought that he no more needed the cat. He did not need to arrange food for the cat. His need of the cat was also over now.
Page 15: So the lion decided to dismiss the cat from the job. He called the cat and asked him to leave the den immediately. The cat got shocked.
Page 16: The cat left the den heavy heartedly. Now onwards he had to take care of his shelter and food himself. He not only killed the mouse but also the reason of his importance to the lion.
Page 17: The moral of the story is “Always think before you leap. One should think before he does something, otherwise he may have to repent afterwards.”
The clever fox
Page 1: Once upon a time there lived a clever fox in a forest. He was known for his wisdom. One day he was roaming here and there in search of food in the forest.
Page 2: Suddenly he saw a dead elephant lying nearby. He went near it. His mouth filled with water and he thought, “I have got plenty of food. Today I will have a feast.”
Page 3: When he got ready to eat the flesh and tried to take a big bite, he found that the elephant’s skin was very thick and hard. He was unable to cut the elephant’s skin.
Page 4: Suddenly he saw a lion coming that way. He got afraid to see the lion. He thought, “Lion is the king of this forest. It is wise to be modest and invite him to have a feast.”
Page 5: He went to the lion and said, “My lord! Here is a dead elephant lying nearby. Please come and have a feast. Whatever you will leave behind, I will eat it and will feel obliged.”
Page 6: The lion roared with anger and said,” I am the king. I don’t touch somebody else’s hunt that I have not killed myself.” The lion moved forward on his way.
Page 7: He got relaxed to see the lion going. The fox came back to the place where the dead elephant was lying and started thinking again to cut its hard skin.
Page 8: When the fox was trying to cut the elephant’s skin he saw a tiger coming that way. He thought, “Oh god! This tiger will certainly eat the elephant and I will remain empty stomach again. Then he thought of a solution.”
Page 9: The tiger came near to him and saw the dead elephant. His mouth filled with water. The clever fox understood his feelings.
Page 10: When the tiger got ready to jump on the elephant, the fox was ready to deal with this situation. He said, “Sir! The lion just killed this elephant. He went to take a bath and told me to guard this dead elephant.”
Page 11: He continued, “Sir! If you touch it, you will have to face the lion’s anger. Better you leave before the lion comes back.”
Page 12: The tiger got afraid of hearing the lion’s name. He heavy heartedly left that place as quickly as he could. The fox got relaxed again.
Page 13: Now the fox thought that it was not possible for him to cut the elephant’s skin and he had to take somebody’s help. Suddenly he saw a leopard coming that way.
Page 14: The clever fox got an idea. He thought, “Now this leopard will cut the elephant’s skin for me.” When the leopard came near to him he said, “Dear leopard! The lion just killed this elephant.
Page 15: He continued, “He went to take a bath and told me to guard this dead elephant. Please have a bite. I will take care that when the lion comes back I will warn you and then you run away.”
Page 16: The fox’s invitation was very tempting to the leopard. He could not resist the temptation and jumped on the dead elephant. Soon he cut the thick and hard skin of the elephant.
Page 17: When the leopard cut the elephant’s skin and was about to eat the flesh, the fox shouted, “The lion is back. The lion is back…”
Page 18: When the leopard heard this, he got afraid of the lion and ran away as fast as he could. Now the fox was happy that the leopard solved his problem and cut the elephant’s skin.
Page 19: When the fox was about to enjoy the elephant’s flesh, another fox came that way. He saw the dead elephant. He filled with greed and tried to jump over the dead elephant.
Page 20: The fox fought with this another fox and defeated him. Another fox got hurt and ran away to save his life. Now the fox enjoyed the elephant’s flesh with peace. All his problems got solved.
Page 21: The moral of the story is “Wise people tackle the elders with modesty, the more powerful with shrewdness and the equals with bravery.”
There was a dog that lived in the outskirts of a small village. One day he became very hungry. It was a hot summer afternoon. He was roaming here and there in search of food but he couldn’t find it.
Suddenly he saw a bone lying nearby. He became happy and his mouth got filled with water. He couldn’t resist the temptation.
He hurried to the bone and looked here and there to confirm that no one looked at him. He picked up the bone and went away quietly.
Now he was looking for an isolated place to eat this bone. A narrow bridge over a small lake happened in his way. He began to cross it.
while crossing the bridge he suddenly saw his own reflection in the water. That foolish dog thought that it was other dog that had got a bone in the mouth.
He became greedy. Now he got ready to do anything to get the bone of the other dog. He thought to have a fight with the second dog and to win his bone.
When he opened his mouth to challenge the second dog his bone fell down in the lake and drowned. He tried hard to fetch the bone again but in vain.
Because the foolish dog became greedy and wanted to get the other dogs bone, he lost his own bone. The moral of the story is one should be satisfied with what he has and should not be greedy otherwise he loses whatever he has.
Once upon a time there was a crow. One hot summer afternoon he became very thirsty and flew here and there in search of water. But he couldn’t find water anywhere.
Now he got tired. It was almost impossible for him to fly any more. He decided to take some rest on a tree. He found a tree nearby. He flew to it and settles down on a branch.
After some rest the crow flew again to search some water. Luckily he found a big glass pot near a village. He had some hope of finding water. He flew to the pot.
When he looked into the pot, he found some water in it. He became very happy. He put his peak in the pot to drink water but he couldn’t drink it because the level of the water was quite low. He tried again and again but in vain.
He looked here and there. He found some pebbles nearby. He thought of a plan. He thought, “I should throw some pebbles into the pot. The pebbles will settle down at the bottom of the pot. The level of water will increase and I would be able to drink it.”
He picked one pebble and threw it into the pot. The water rose a bit. So he threw some more pebbles. Water level rose a little more. He continued to throw pebbles until the water level came up.
Now the water level came up enough in the pot for him to drink. He drank the water. Now his thirst got satisfied. He became happy and flew away.
Moral of the story is if someone tries hard, he will definitely find a solution for his problem.
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2. The Weapon of Wisdom Kids Story from Ethical Stories Collection
3. The Mischevious Donkey Kids Story from Ethical Stories Collection
4. The Witty Villager Kids Story from Ethical Stories Collection
5. Frogs and a Snake Kids Story from Ethical Stories Collection
6. The Story of Ungratefulness Kids Story from Ethical Stories Collection
7. The Blue Jackal Kids Story from Ethical Stories Collection
8. The Fox and The Stork Kids Story from Ethical Stories Collection
9. The Crocodile and the Monkey Kids Story from Ethical Stories Collection
10. Knowledge is Power Kids Story from Ethical Stories Collection
1. First Day to School
2. Mr Vegetable
3. Grace of God
4. Thirsty Crow
5. Grapes are Sour
6. The Fox and the Stork
7. Hare and Tortoise
8. Two Silly Goats
9. The Lion and The Mouse
10. The Greedy Dog
11. Strength in Unity
12. The Greedy Lion
13. The Lion and The Rabbit
14. Kindness Pays Back
15. The Foolish Turtle
16. Fox and the Goat
17. Think before you leap
18. Crocodile and Monkey
19. The Blue Jackal
20. Knowledge is Power
21. The Clever Fox
22. Crooked Fox
23. Speaking Cave
24. Cats and A Monkey
25. Arrogant Elephant
26. Frogs and a Snake
27. The Mediator
28. Power of Wisdom
29. Act of a Fool
30. Donkey under Tiger Skin
32. Washer man's donkey
Page 1: Once upon a time there lived a turtle in a jungle near a small pond. That small pond was his whole world. He used to play in the water. He got the food and water from that pond and lived nearby.
Page 2: Slowly and gradually the pond started drying. The turtle got worried. The water level was going down. Ultimately the pond got dried completely. Now the turtle had to move somewhere else.
Page 3: One fine day two swans came to visit the turtle. They were good friends of the turtle. The turtle was sad. The swans asked the reason why he was so upset.
Page 4: The turtle said, “Friends! This pond got dried over the period of time. I used to get my food and water from this pond. Now I have to move to some other pond.”
Page 5: Suddenly an idea came to his mind and he became happy. He shared his idea with the swans and said, “Hey friends! You can help me in this matter.” The swans got surprised and asked him how they can help him.
Page 6: The turtle continued, “Friends! You arrange a long stick. I will hold the stick from center with my mouth. Both of you hold it from the two ends with your mouths and fly and take me to some other pond.”
Page 7: The swans liked the idea but one of them warned the turtle, “But friend, you need to be quiet all the time. If you opened your mouth, you will fall on the ground and will get hurt.” The turtle agreed.
Page 8: They implemented the turtle’s idea and held the stick with the turtle and started flying. They were going higher and higher and started searching the other pond.
Page 9: They were flying quite high in the sky. Suddenly some children saw them flying. One of them said, “Look there! The swans are so clever that they are carrying a turtle with them.”
Page 10: The turtle heard this. He did not like to hear this because it was his own idea that swan are carrying him. He got annoyed.
Page 11: He forgot that he was holding the stick with his mouth and flying with the swans. As he opened his mouth to clarify that it was his own idea he lost the grip over the stick…
Page 12: …and fell down on the ground and broke his head. The moral of the story is “sometimes it is wise to keep the mouth shut in the sensitive and delicate situations.”
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The Lion and The Rabbit
Page 1: Once upon a time there lived a very powerful and cruel lion in the jungle. This lion was the king of jungle. He used to set out of his den to take a round of the jungle.
Page 2: While roaming here and there in the jungle he used to kill many animals in vain. His anger was out of control. All the animals were terrified from the lion.
Page 3: Animals of the jungle were so troubled with the lion killing animals every now and then that they decided to go to the lion and ask for mercy.
Page 4: Animals reached to the lion’s den. There leader Kangaroo said to the lion, “Our holy king! We have decided that one animal amongst us will come to you every day for your food. You need not to hunt now onwards.”
Page 5: Kangaroo continues, “But you need to promise that you would not kill the other animals. Please have mercy on us.”
Page 6: The lion agreed to the proposal and said, “I would not kill the other animals but be careful if someday you miss to send one animal I will kill all of you.” Animals agreed and thanked the lion for his mercy and went back to their places.
Page 7: Now every day one animal went to the lion’s den. The lion used to kill it and ate it up. He did not need to come out of his den. That became the regular routine of the lion.
Page 8: One day it was a rabbit’s turn. He was known for his wisdom. The clever rabbit was walking very slowly towards the lion’s den and thinking of an appropriate plan to save himself as well as the other animals from being killed.
Page 9: The rabbit wanted a permanent solution for this problem. As the rabbit was moving forward towards the lion’s den he suddenly saw a deep well nearby.
Page 10: The rabbit climbed up on the rim of the well and looked into the water. He saw his own reflection in the water. He smiled. Now he had got the plan to get rid of the terror of the lion.
Page 11: Now he reached to the lion’s den. He was too late. The lion became very hungry. He came out of his den and waiting for his food very angrily. When he saw the rabbit he asked with rage that why he came late.
Page 12: The rabbit answered cleverly, “I am very sorry king but it was not my fault. When I was coming to you I came across one another lion. He said that he is the king of jungle and he wanted to eat me.”
Page 13: The rabbit continued, “He also said that he is the new king and you are no more the king of this jungle. He was about to eat me up, I somehow managed to escape from him.”
Page 14: The lion roared loudly with anger and madness, “show me the other lion. I will kill him and prove that I am still the powerful king of this jungle. Take me to the place where the other lion lives.”
Page 15: The rabbit took the lion to the well and said to him, “My mighty king! The other lion lives in this well. You look into the water and you will find him.”
Page 16: As the king looked into the water he saw his own reflection into it. He became mad in anger and thought that it was the other lion.
Page 17: He jumped into the well to kill the other lion and drowned. The moral of the story is wisdom is the best weapon. One can defeat the most powerful person with his wisdom.
Page 18: The rabbit went back happily and was very excited to tell the whole story to the other animals. He was proud of himself that he saved not only himself but also everyone’s life and killed the mighty lion with his wisdom.
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The Rabbit and the Tortoise
Page 1: Once upon a time there lived a rabbit and a tortoise in a jungle. The rabbit was a fast runner and he was very proud of his speed. He sometimes boasted in front of the tortoise who was a slow runner.
Page 2: The tortoise got tired of hearing the rabbit’s praise. He decided to challenge the rabbit for a race. Rabbit accepted the challenge happily. He was overconfident about his victory.
Page 3: Now who would be the judge? Bear suggested that Kangaroo should be the judge. Kangaroo agreed to judge the competition. Kangaroo decided that the competition would begin the next day.
Page 4: Next day all the animals gathered to watch the race of the rabbit and the tortoise. Some animals had pity on the tortoise because he could run very slowly. They were quite sure about his defeat.
Page 5: The race started. Both rabbit and tortoise began to run. All the animals watched the race with anxiety. They wondered who would win?
Page 6: The rabbit ran very fast and in no time he covered the half way. He looked back and found the tortoise nowhere. The tortoise ran very slowly that the rabbit left him far behind.
Page 7: The rabbit was confident that the tortoise would take a lot of time to cover the half way. He got tired and decided to take some rest thinking that there was a lot of time to relax. So he lay down to take rest.
Page 8: The rabbit went fast asleep very soon. The tortoise ran and ran at his pace without stopping anywhere. He crossed the rabbit. The rabbit was still sleeping.
Page 9: The tortoise was continuously running. Though he was slow but still he reached the finishing line. All the animals cheered for him.
Page 10: The rabbit woke up after some time. He got worried. He thought the tortoise might have passed him. Again he began to run very fast.
Page 11: The rabbit reached to the finishing line but the tortoise was already there. The tortoise won the race. The rabbit repented that why he went asleep in the middle of the race but it was too late.
Page 12: The judge Kangaroo announced that the tortoise is the winner. All the animals cheered for him very loud. The tortoise was very happy.
Page 13: The rabbit felt ashamed of himself that he often boasted in front of the tortoise about his speed. The moral of the story is “slow and steady wins the race.”
The Fox and the Stork
Once upon a time a fox and a stork lived in a jungle. They were good friends. But the fox was very selfish. One day he thought of a plan to tease the stork.
The fox invited the stork for lunch. The stork accepted his invitation happily and reached on time for lunch. Now the fox played a trick and presented food in a very shallow plate.
The fox finished his food in no time but the stork was not able to have his food at all. Just the end of the stork’s long bill could get wet from the food. He remained hungry.
The fox gave a shrewd smile and said, “Oh! I am sorry you don’t like the food.” The stork said, “Don’t be sorry, the food was good.” Now the stork thought to take the revenge. He invited the fox for lunch the next day.
The fox accepted his invitation and reached for lunch to the stork’s place. The stork presented the food in a very narrow necked long jar.
The stork could easily finish his food but the fox was not able to eat his food at all. The fox could not enter his mouth in the narrow neck of the jar and remained hungry.
One should not expect good deed if he does something bad to the other person. Tit for tat.