Cranky Bunny wants Chocolate

“It is Easter day,” said Cranky Bunny as he walked into the kitchen and saw his friend, Julie sitting at the kitchen table.

“Yes,” said Julie, smiling. “It is Easter. I do hope you are happy about that. I hope you aren’t cranky.”

“To tell you the truth,” said Cranky Bunny. “I am cranky.”

“Why are you cranky?” asked Julie. “I don’t understand. Don’t you like Easter?”

“I love Easter,” said Cranky Bunny.

“What would make you happy?” asked Julie.

“Chocolate,” said Cranky Bunny. “Lots of it.”

“Chocolate!” laughed Julie. “That is hilarious.”

“Why is it so funny that I want chocolate?” asked Cranky Bunny.

“I have known you for a long time,” said Julie. “I have never known you to like chocolate.”

“It isn’t for me,” said Cranky Bunny.

“It isn’t?” asked Julie.

“No,” said Cranky Bunny. “It isn’t.”

“Who is it for?” asked Julie.

“It is for some children I saw in the park yesterday,” said Cranky Bunny. “They just moved here and they don’t have anything. I was wanting to get them some chocolate so they could at least celebrate Easter.”

“Cranky Bunny!” cried Julie, giving him a big hug. “That is the kindest thing ever. If you want, they can have my chocolate. I have tons.”

“That is so nice of you,” said Cranky Bunny. “Thank you!”

Julie went home and grabbed her chocolate and when her brother and sister found out why she was giving her chocolate away, they donated theirs as well.

“You don’t know how much the children will love this,” said the children’s Mother., when Cranky Bunny delivered the chocolate to them. “That is very kind of you.”

“I just want them to have a happy Easter,” said Cranky Bunny.

“Oh that they will,” said Mother.

“Good,” said Cranky Bunny. “I am glad.”

Cranky Bunny smiled and he also had a happy Easter.


 

Moral of this Story:

  • Have a happy Easter.
  • Example: Cranky Bunny wanted to new children in the neighbourhood to have a good Easter.
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