Beware of the Dog

Written by Roald Dahl.

DOWN below there was only a vast white undulating sea of cloud. Above there was the sun, and the sun was white like the clouds, because it is never yellow when one looks at it from high in the air.

He was still flying the Spitfire. His right hand was on the stick, and he was working the rudder bar with his left leg alone. It was quite easy. The machine was flying well, and he knew what he was doing.

Everything is fine, he thought. I’m doing all right. I’m doing nicely. I know my way home. I’ll be there in half an hour. When I land I shall taxi in and switch off my engine and I shall say, help me to get out, will you. I shall make my voice sound ordinary and natural and none of them will take any notice. Then I shall say, someone help me to get out. I can’t do it alone because I’ve lost one of my legs. They’ll all laugh and think that I’m joking, and I shall say, all right, come and have a look, you unbelieving bastards. Then Yorky will climb up onto the wing a..

The Best Son

Once there lived three sons.

The first one name was Sonu and he was very lazy, the second son name was Ramu and he was quite foolish while the third one’s name was Ronu and he was intelligent brave honest and hardworking.

One day the king announced that he wanted to adopt a son.

He wanted to adopt such a son which should be intelligent brave and honest.

So he had decided to take three tests.

In the first one you’d be given some seeds.

You have to water it daily and the one having the most beautiful florist will succeed.

The second test would be to cross a creepy dark forest filled with slippery fungal.

The third test would be to tell the answers to the questions “How much wool is there in the sheep”.

Good luck to all of you.

In the first one Ronu kept watering the plant but it didn’t sprout.

But he worked hard.

When the king called everybody Ronu came with an empty pot while everybody’s pots were filled with wonderful florist.

But the king didn’t like anybody’s until Ronu’..

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Once there lived three grumpy bears

Papa Bear Mama Bear and a little Baby Bear

One day the mother of the three bear

Prepared porridge with a great care

And served it in a China ware

She said it is hot

And when it will be a little cold you’ll love it a lot

So they were busy in talk

And finally decided that they will take a walk

They went for walk

And a girl named Goldilocks

Was there

With soft skin and Golden shiny hair

She peeked inside just for fun

And found three bowls with porridge in each one

She was hungry so she picked the spoon

She tasted all three bowls and gulped the baby’s one soon

She went to sit on one chair

Of the three bear

She liked the baby bear’s

Chair

She sat on it

And broke it

Then she went upstairs searching for a bed

I like the small one (The baby’s one) she said

And as soon she tried to sleep

She fell asleep

While the three bears came

Playing a game

They were happy as they had storage

Of porridge

But when they came inside

A little p..

Phoebe and the Raven

“Madam Witch, I have a proposal.”

Spring has just arrived and Phoebe is strolling in the woods. She looks around: where is the voice coming from?

“I’m up here on a branch of this tree.”

A handsome black raven is trying to attract Phoebe’s attention. Curious, she raises her gaze. She loves being called Madam Witch.

“And what is your proposal, Sir Black Raven?”

“They say that you are lacking a raven. I don’t want you to imagine for a moment that I am thinking of my own interests, but at the moment I happen to be available.”

Every true witch needs a raven sidekick! Seize the opportunity, Phoebe!

An hour later Phoebe arrives at the hut. She has an air of playful mystery.

“Come out of the sugar bowl, Cricket. Guess whom I have brought home with me? You won’t be able to complain that you are lonely anymore.”

“A bird! A bloody bird! You know fine well that birds and crickets don’t get on! Mother Cricket tells bedtime stories of monstrous crows that carry away little crickets! In addi..