The Little Red Hen

On a farm there lived many animals and birds. One day, little Red Hen found a grain of wheat in the farmyard.

She asked the other birds, “Who wants to plant this wheat?”

The duck and the goose were lazy and quickly refused to do any work.

So, the little Red Hen planted the grain of wheat. When the wheat was ripe, the little Red Hen again asked the other birds, “Who will take the wheat to the mill?” The duck and the goose again ignored the little Red Hen and continued playing. When it was time to make bread with the flour, the little Red Hen did the work all by herself. At last it was time to eat the bread. The duck and the goose stood close thinking that they too would get a share. But the Red Hen said, “I will eat the bread alone because only I worked for it.” She called her chicks and they all had a feast.

3 thoughts on “The Little Red Hen

  1. the human
    once upon a time there was man called jack he had friend called mikal
    jack was the clever and Millikan was fool
    one day mikal came jack restored his work then his boss took out him from the job

  2. The story of the little red hen as I read it as a child was much more effective than this shortened and unimpressive summary.
    Please find the original (not the "improved" version) to present to our kids today who really need the valuable concept clearly presented in the original version.

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