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    A Greedy Boy

    作者 Author 插畫者 Illustrator
    馬頌恩 Ma Chung Yan (11)
    迦密愛禮信小學
    Carmel Alison Lam Primary School

    作者 Author 插畫者 Illustrator
    韓芷淘 Hon Tsz To (11)
    迦密愛禮信小學
    Carmel Alison Lam Primary School

    作者 Author 插畫者 Illustrator
    歐美玲 Au Mei Ling (11)
    迦密愛禮信小學
    Carmel Alison Lam Primary School

    作者 Author 插畫者 Illustrator
    林卓寧 Lam Cheuk Ning (11)
    迦密愛禮信小學
    Carmel Alison Lam Primary School

    字數 Word Count: 0(中) 433(Eng)


    Once upon a time, there was a little boy. He wanted to have magic power so that he could be famous and have more money. Therefore, he went to the witch’s house to steal her magic wand.


    But the witch found out his plan, so she punished the boy. The witch turned the boy into a mouse. When they boy became a mouse, he regretted. So he begged the witch for turning him back into the boy. However, the witch refused unless he became honest.


    On his way home, the mouse saw a river. He wanted to go over it. He met an old lady who knelt by the river and was looking for something. ‘What are you doing?’ asked the mouse. She replied, ‘My golden necklace fell into the river. Please help me.’


    The mouse jumped into the river. He saw the golden necklace. He had a greedy thought, ‘It was so beautiful. I have to take it away.’ He wanted to give it to the witch as a gift. However, he didn’t know that the old lady was the witch!


    The witch said to him, ‘You are not honest, so I won’t turn you back to a boy.’ The boy regretted and said ‘I will be honest from now on. Please trust me again!’


    ‘Too late! You had taken my necklace already. You should have given it to the old lady.’ The witch said disappointedly. The boy was sad. The witch disappeared again. So the little mouse kept walking forward to the forest.


    Soon he saw an old castle on his way. He met a knight. The knight lost his sword. The mouse promised to help him find it. Last the mouse found the sword but he kept it to himself. He continued his journey. He met a farmer near the witch’s house.


    The farmer was very kind. He knew the mouse was hungry, so he gave some cheese to the mouse. The mouse told his story to the farmer. ‘Don’t worry. Be honest and you’ll be a boy again.’


    The farmer kept giving him food and a place for him to sleep. The mouse was so touched. He thought, ‘Even though I am so greedy and bad, the farmer keeps helping me.’ So he started to change. He learnt not to be greedy.


    In the end, the witch suddenly appeared in front of the mouse. ‘I know you’ve learnt to be honest. I’m now going to turn you back to a boy.’ At last, the boy lived with the farmer happily ever after. This story told us to be honest.

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