A Happy Christmas

“I don’t know what to do,” cried Trickster Bunny. “I have spent all my money and now I don’t have money to buy gifts for my sisters for Christmas.”

Trickster Bunny felt horrible. He didn’t want to even face his sisters. He went outside and went for a walk.

“Why are you so sad?” Trickster heard a voice in the forest say to him.

Trickster looked around. He saw a very small person flying around in front of him, This person had wings and a halo.

“You look like an angel, “said Trickster. “Who are you?”

“I am an angel,” said the small person. “My name is Christmas Angel. I  have been sent to Earth to make sure everyone is happy for Christmas.”

“I am far from happy,” said Trickster. “I have spent all my money and now l don’t have any money to buy gifts for my sisters for Christmas.”

“Oh dear,” said Christmas Angel. “That is a problem. No wonder you are sad. However, I can help you.”

“You can?” asked Trickster, a glimmer of hope appearing in his sad eyes.

“Yes,” said Christmas Angel. “I can. How many sisters do you have?”

“I have ten,” said Trickster.

“Okay, “said Christmas Angel. “That is a lot but we can do this.”

“What are you thinking?” asked Trickster.

“I am thinking we can make homemade gifts for your sisters,” said Christmas Angel. “We could make them some jewelry from the stones and gems we can find is the forest.”

“Now, “said Trickster, happily. “That is a wonderful idea.”

Christmas Angel spent the next two days helping Trickster Bunny. They made a couple of rings, necklaces and bracelets out of material they found in the forests.

“Thank you so much,” said Trickster. “You are have made me very happy and my sisters will be happy too. They love jewelry.”

“Well,” said Christmas Angel. “I think my job here is done. “Merry Christmas, Trickster.”

“Not so fast, “said Trickster.

“Why?” asked Christmas Angel, confused. “Are you trying to play a trick on me?”

“I would play tricks on anyone else,” said Trickster. “But not you. I made something for you for Christmas, when you weren’t looking.

Trickster handed Christmas Angel the necklace he made out of the prettiest blue coloured stone he could find.

“Merry Christmas,” said Trickster.

“Merry Christmas to you as well, ” said Christmas Angel, putting her necklace on. “Thank you very much. I love the necklace. It is beautiful.”


Moral of this Story:

  • Homemade gifts can be just as beautiful as a store bought one.
  • Example: Christmas Angel helped Trickster Bunny make homemade gifts for his sisters for Christmas because he had spent all of his money.

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