Jen-Jen and the Spring Bunnies

Jen-Jen looked out her kitchen window. She liked what she saw. She saw that the grass was green and the sun was shining. It was spring and that made Jen-Jen happy.

“It is a beautiful spring day,” said Jen-Jen to herself.

Jen-Jen decided she would spend time in her garden.

She knew she had some weeds to pull. While Jen-Jen was in the garden she noticed some bunnies hopping around. Jen-Jen loved watching them. She loved their long floppy ears and their little twitchy nose. She thought they were adorable.

“Such cute spring bunnies,” said Jen-Jen.

Jen-Jen went into the garden shed to grab her shovel and when she returned, she didn’t think those adorable spring bunnies were so adorable any more. She saw them eating some of the flowers she had growing.

“Oh you bad, bad bunnies,” scolded Jen-Jen. “Why are you eating my flowers?”

The bunnies looked at Jen-Jen with their sad little faces. They were very sorry for what they did.

“Oh stop with the sad faces,” said Jen-Jen. “I am sorry for scolding you. I’ll tell you what. I will give you some carrots and other vegetables as long as you leave my flowers alone.”

The bunnies smiled. They agreed to leave Jen-Jen’s flowers alone. They were very happy when Jen-Jen gave them some fresh carrots and other vegetables to eat. Jen-Jen was happy the bunnies left her flowers alone.


Moral of this Story:

  • Don’t eat food that doesn’t belong to you.
  • Example: The bunnies ate flowers out of Jen-Jen’s garden.

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