Frankie Monster – Christmas Story

“Welcome Frankie,” said Lost Christmas Tree, seeing Frankie Monster walk toward the Christmas Building. “It is so nice to have you here.”

“Thank you,” said Frankie. “It is refreshing to be able to spend the Christmas holidays here.”

“I am glad you came,” said Lost Christmas Tree. “I have a gift here for you but before I give it to you, I would like to know what Christmas means to you. I would also like to know if you have done any good deeds this past year. I have been having a problem with Christmas this year. It feels lost to me. I feel some of the Storyland characters don’t know what the meaning of Christmas is and I feel that some of them have not done any good deeds this past year.”

“To me, Christmas is all about sharing what good fortune you have with others,” said Frankie. “I know what it is like to not have anything. I now have Anna. She is the best thing that has ever happened to me. I have a friend, Marvin. Anna and I take care of him because he is homeless. We make sure he has food and warm clothing. We usually have him in for dinner over the holidays.”

“That is a very caring thing you do for Marvin,” said Lost Christmas Tree. “Merry Christmas!”

Lost Christmas Tree handed Frankie his Christmas gift.

“Thank you,” said Frankie. “Merry Christmas to you too!”


 

Moral of this Story:

  • It is good to share with others who are less fortunate during the holidays.
  • Example: Frankie Monster helps his friend, Marvin, who is homeless. He makes sure Marvin has food and warm clothing.

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