The story “The Intelligence of Mousedeer Has a Lesson” is written by Syed Muhammad Sharjeel Ali, a student of class five and the youngest blogger in Pakistan. Instead of wasting time on games as most school-going kids do, the young, enthusiastic boy, Ayan Ahmed, is making his name in the world of blogging. He is one of the proud students of Miss Syeda Saba, Miss Amreen Mir, and Miss Zaineb – who are known because of their content writing coaching across the country. Let’s share Sharjeel’s stories, blogs, and poems with your younger siblings and kids so that they can also feel motivated and start writing like Ayan. Share your Kids work with us, and we will help you shape your kids future, indeed your future.
No animal in the forest could defeat the smart Mousedeer. He always had ways and tricks for solving any problem. One day, he became confused. He wanted to go to the forest, but he did not know how to go because of the river. It was impossible to cross the river since it was very deep. He couldn’t dive because he did not know how to swim. He saw a crocodile moving slowly towards him at that time. The crocodile was hungry. He hadn’t got any prey for quite a long time, so now he was trying to hunt the confused Mousedeer. However, the Mousedeer shouted at him even before he could eat him, “Wait! Don’t eat me.” “Why?” asked the crocodile. “You will not be full if you just eat me,” said the Mousedeer. “I’m about to ask some of my friends to give themselves to you.” “Good idea,” hummed condition for that.” ‘’What is that?” “I need to call my friends to come to the river, but the problem is, my friends live in the forest across this river, and I need to meet them.” “Alright,” said the crocodile. “So, how can I help you?” “First, call some of your friends and then all you stand in a line so I can cross the river safely. After that, I call my friends.” “I agree,” answered the crocodile. He then asked his friends to make a line across the river. While counting the crocodiles’ backs during walking on them, the Mousedeer arrived at the other and of the river. “One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Six. Seven. Eight! Thank you so much for being so helpful, said the Mousedeer to the crocodile. See you aga” The Mousedeer ran as fast as possible deep into the forest. He never returned—the crocodile left with regret that he was stupid and tricked by the smart Mousedeer.
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