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    Learning To Be Brave

    作者 Author 插畫者 Illustrator
    Chan Pang Yu Kelvin (13)
    迦密梁省德學校
    Carmel Leung Sing Tak School

    作者 Author 插畫者 Illustrator
    Pun Sai Kit Hugo (12)
    迦密梁省德學校
    Carmel Leung Sing Tak School

    作者 Author
    Ng Sze Ho Angus (13)
    迦密梁省德學校
    Carmel Leung Sing Tak School

    作者 Author 插畫者 Illustrator
    Yeung Tsun Wa Kenny (13)
    迦密梁省德學校
    Carmel Leung Sing Tak School

    字數 Word Count: 0(中) 676(Eng)


    “5 minutes left. Tidy up your answers!” shouted Miss Kuan to class 6T. They were finishing their important English exam. They all really wanted to be outside on this beautiful day. At least Miss Kwan had opened the windows so they could hear the birds and smell the grass outside.


    Suddenly, a tiny, colourful butterfly slowly flew in through the open window and landed next to Hugo. “Aaaaahhhhh, go away!” he screamed.
    Kenny, Angus and Kelvin jumped up and ran to the side of the classroom. “It’s horrible!”,“It’s so scary!”,“I hate butterflies!” they all shouted at once.


    Miss Kuan shouted, “Sit down!” and added, “You are the least brave boys I’ve ever seen.”
    Then the butterfly elegantly flew back out of the window and the boys sat down feeling very silly.
    Next, Miss Kuan said, “Time is up. Hand your papers in and enjoy the weekend.”


    The 4 friends certainly would enjoy their weekend because they were going on an adventure in the forest for Angus’ birthday.
    They set off for the forest and they were all excited but as they were not brave boys, they felt scared too, in case they experienced anything horrible or dangerous.




    “I’m hungry,” said Kelvin. “Ok let’s stop for lunch,” Hugo replied.
    The boys were enjoying sandwiches and chicken wings when suddenly a lion appeared in front of them.
    Of course the 4 boys that were scared of a little butterfly were absolutely terrified of a huge lion. They ran away quickly.


    The boys were so scared they ran and ran until they could not run any more. They were exhausted and needed to sleep. They had ran so far they were lost in the forest.
    They found a cave and the boys decided to curl up to sleep inside.


    During the night, Hugo had an amazing dream. He dreamt that Jesus visited them in the cave.
    Jesus said, “Boys, don’t be scared of the lion. He is not really dangerous. He is just lonely. You must be brave and talk to him.”


    When the boys woke up, Hugo felt amazing. He told his friends about his dream and they were all excited.
    “Let’s do what Jesus said. Let’s be brave and find the lion and talk to him,” said Kenny.
    The boys walked back and finally they saw the lion.


    Even though they felt scared they trusted Jesus and bravely went to the lion.
    The lion roared loudly at the boys. They wanted to run but they were now brave boys.
    “It’s OK, we know you are lonely and we just want to be your friends,”said Hugo.


    The lion smiled. He said, “I have never had a friend before. Whenever I say 'hello' in my lion language, everyone runs away!”
    Kelvin asked, “Why is that? How do you say 'Hello' in your language?”
    “Like this,” the Lion answered before giving the most tremendous loud ROAR!


    The boys laughed. They could not believe that the scary roar was just the lion saying, 'Hello!'
    Hugo explained to the lion that people think his roar is scary so they run away.
    “What should I say then?” asked the Lion.
    “Just say, 'Good morning' to people,” the boys said.


    Suddenly, a policeman arrived in the forest. The boys hid and said to the lion, “Let’s do a test. Try and be friendly.”
    The terrified policeman saw the lion.
    The lion was about to roar to say 'Hello' but he remembered what Hugo had taught him and said, “Good morning.”



    The policeman was pleasantly surprised and said, “Oh, good morning Mr. Lion. I am looking for 4 boys who are lost in the forest. Have you seen them?”
    The lion said, “Yes, they are my new friends.”
    The boys then jumped out from behind the bushes.


    “What a friendly lion,” the policeman said, “Children, let’s go home because your parents are worried.”
    The children waved to their new friend who was about to let out a huge ROAR to say 'Bye' but he remembered what they had taught him and just politely said, “Good-bye friends.”

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