Hi guys, this blog is dedicated to sharing moving children's stories and I have just the right one this week. There is a pair of sisters, a fox, and good friends involved.
But I'm afraid it's not an adorable story.
It's sweet and magical . . . And as with most stories that touch us deeply, there is sadness.
And as with most remarkable stories that touch us deeply with that relatable sadness, there is also hope and strength.
I like sadder stories. They feel real. They make me hope for the protagonists to become strong, courageous, and happy again.
So here goes:
"Do not get out of earshot of the house.
Do not mess with wild animals.
Do not miss the bus.
Do not, under any circumstances, go near the Slip."
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