the wolf and the seven little goats

Legendary Creatures [A]
  • Á Bao A Qu (Malay) - An entity that lives in the Tower of Victory in Chitor.
  • Aatxe (Basque) - A spirit that takes the form of a bull.
  • Abaasy (Yakuts) - Demons that have teeth of iron.
  • Abada (African) - Small type of unicorn reported to live in the lands of the African Congo.
  • Äbädä (Tatar) - Forest spirit.
  • Abaia (Melanesia) - Huge magical eel.
  • Abarimon (Medieval Bestiaries) - Savage humanoid with backward feet.
  • Abath (Malay) - One-horned animal.
  • Abura-sumashi (Japanese) - Creature from a mountain pass in Kumamoto Prefecture.
  • Acephali (Greek) - Headless humanoids.
  • Acheri (Indian) - Disease-bringing ghost.
  • Achlis (Roman) - Curious elk.
  • Adar Llwch Gwin (Welsh) - Giant birds that understand human languages.
  • Adaro (Solomon Islands) - Malevolent merfolk.
  • Adhene (Manx) - Nature spirit.
  • Adlet (Inuit) - Vampiric dog-human hybrid
  • Adroanzi (Lugbara) - Nature spirit.
  • Adze (Ewe people) - An African vampiric-forest being.
  • Aerico (Greek) - Disease demon.
  • Afanc (Welsh) - Lake monster (exact lake varies by story).
  • Agni (Hindu) - God of fire and sacrifices.
  • Agathodaemon (Greek) - Spirit of vinefields and grainfields.
  • Agloolik (Inuit) - Ice spirit that aids hunters and fishermen.
  • Agogwe (East Africa) - Small, ape-like humanoid.
  • Ahkiyyini (Inuit) - Animated skeleton that causes shipwrecks.
  • Ahuizotl (Aztec) - Anthropophagous dog-monkey hybrid.
  • Ahlden Gentree (Philippines) - Demon with enormous jaw.
  • Aigamuxa (Khoikhoi) - Anthropophagous humanoid with eyes in its instep.
  • Aigikampoi (Etruscan) - Fish-tailed goat.
  • Airavata (Hindu) - Divine Elephant.
  • Aitu (Polynesian) - Malevolent spirits or demons.
  • Aitvaras (Lithuanian) - Household spirit.
  • Ajatar (Finnish) - Dragon.
  • Akateko (Japanese) - Tree-dwelling monster.
  • Akhlut (Inuit) - Orca-wolf shapeshifter.
  • Akka (Finnish) - Female spirits or minor goddesses.
  • Akki (Japanese) - Large, grotesque humanoid.
  • Akkorokamui (Ainu) - Sea monster.
  • Akuma (Japanese) - Evil spirit.
  • Akupara (Hindu) - Giant turtle that supports the world.
  • Akurojin-no-hi (Japanese) - Ghostly flame which causes disease.
  • Al (Armenian and Persian) - Spirit that steals unborn babies and livers from pregnant women.
  • Ala (Slavic) - Bad weather demon.
  • Alal (Chaldean) - queen of the full moon.
  • Alan (Philippine) - Winged humanoid that steals reproductive waste to make children.
  • Alce (Heraldic) - Wingless griffin.
  • Aleya (Bengali) - Spirit of a dead fisherman.
  • Alicanto (Chilean) - Bird that eats gold and silver.
  • Alicorn - A winged unicorn from the Latin “ala” (wing) and “corn” (horn).
  • Alkonost (Slavic) - Angelic bird with human head and breasts.
  • Allocamelus (Heraldic) - Ass-camel hybrid.
  • Almas (Mongolian) - Savage humanoid.
  • Al-mi'raj (Islamic) - One-horned rabbit.
  • Aloja (Catalan) - Female water spirit.
  • Alom-bag-winno-sis (Abenaki) - Little people and tricksters.
  • Alp (German) - Male night-demon.
  • Alphyn (Heraldic) - Lion-like creature, sometimes with dragon or goat forelegs.
  • Alp-luachra (Irish) - Parasitic fairy.
  • Al Rakim (Islamic) - Guard dog of the Seven Sleepers.
  • Alseid (Greek) - Grove nymph.
  • Alû (Assyrian) - Leprous demon.
  • Alux (Mayan) - Little people.
  • Amaburakosagi (Japanese) - Ritual disciplinary demon from Shikoku.
  • Amala (Tsimshian) - Giant who holds up the world.
  • Amamehagi (Japanese) - Ritual disciplinary demon from Hokuriku.
  • Amanojaku (Japanese) - Small demon.
  • Amarok (Inuit) - Giant wolf.
  • Amarum (Quechua) - Water boa spirit.
  • Amazake-babaa (Japanese) - Disease-causing hag.
  • Amemasu (Ainu) - Lake monster.
  • Ammit (Ancient Egyptian) - Female demon with a body that was part lion, hippopotamus and crocodile.
  • Amorōnagu (Japanese) - Tennyo from the island of Amami Ōshima.
  • Amphiptere (Heraldic) - Winged serpent.
  • Amphisbaena (Greek) - Serpent with a head at each end.
  • Anak (Jewish) - Giant.
  • Androsphinx (Ancient Egyptian) - Human-headed sphinx.
  • Angel (mainly Christian, Jewish, Islamic traditions) - From the Greek ángelos, divine beings of Heaven who act as mediators between God and humans; the counterparts of Demons.
  • Angha (Persian) - Dog-lion-peacock hybrid.
  • Ani Hyuntikwalaski (Cherokee) - Lightning spirit.
  • Ankou (French) - Skeletal grave watcher with a lantern and a scythe.
  • Anmo (Japanese) - Ritual disciplinary demon from Iwate Prefecture.
  • Antaeus (Greek) - A giant who was extremely strong as long as he remained in contact with the ground.
  • Anubis (Ancient Egyptian) - The God of the Underworld
  • Antero Vipunen (Finnish) - Subterranean giant.
  • Ao Ao (Guaraní) - Anthropophagous peccary or sheep.
  • Aobōzu (Japanese) - Blue monk who kidnaps children.
  • Apkallu (Sumerian) - Fish-human hybrid that attends the god Enki.
  • Apsaras (Buddhist and Hindu) - Female cloud spirit.
  • Aqrabuamelu (Akkadian) - Human-scorpion hybrid.
  • Ardat-Lili (Akkadian) - Disease demon.
  • Argus Panoptes (Greek) - Hundred-eyed giant.
  • Arikura-no-baba (Japanese) - Old woman with magical powers.
  • Arimaspi (Greek) - One-eyed humanoid.
  • Arion (Greek) - Extremely swift horse with a green mane and the power of speech.
  • Arkan Sonney (Manx) - Fairy hedgehog.
  • Asag (Sumerian) - Hideous rock demon.
  • Asakku (Sumerian) - Demon.
  • Asanbosam (West Africa) - Iron-toothed vampire.
  • Asena (Turkic) - Blue-maned wolf.
  • A-senee-ki-wakw (Abenaki) - Stone-giant.
  • Ashi-magari (Japanese) - Invisible tendril that impedes movement.
  • Asiman (Dahomey) - Vampiric possession spirit.
  • Askefrue (Germanic) - Female tree spirit.
  • Ask-wee-da-eed (Abenaki) - Fire elemental and spectral fire.
  • Asobibi (Japanese) - Spectral fire from Kōchi Prefecture.
  • Aspidochelone (Medieval Bestiaries) - Island-sized whale or sea turtle.
  • Asrai (English) - Water spirit.
  • Astomi (Greek) - Humanoid sustained by pleasant smells instead of food.
  • Aswang (Philippine) - Carrion-eating humanoid.
  • Atomy (English) - Surprisingly small creature.
  • Ato-oi-kozō (Japanese) - Invisible spirit that follows people.
  • Atshen (Inuit) - Anthropophagous spirit.
  • Auloniad (Greek) - Pasture nymph.
  • Avalerion (Medieval Bestiary) - King of the birds.
  • Awa-hon-do (Abenaki) - Insect spirit.
  • Axex (Ancient Egyptian) - Falcon-lion hybrid.
  • Ayakashi (Japanese) - Sea-serpent that travels over boats in an arc while dripping oil.
  • Ayakashi-no-ayashibi (Japanese) - Spectral fire from Ishikawa Prefecture.
  • Aziza (Dahomey) - Little people that help hunters.
  • Azukiarai (Japanese) - Spirit that washes azuki beans along riversides.
  • Azukibabaa (Japanese) - Bean-grinding hag who devours people.
  • Azukitogi (Japanese) - Spirit that washes azuki beans along riversides.

From Wikipedia, See the Rest of the Alphabet HERE.

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Fᴀʙʟᴇs/TWAU RP ɪᴄᴏɴs:

  • Alice Liddell
  • Ambrose Wolf
  • Baba Yaga
  • Baobhan Sith
  • Beast
  • Beauty
  • Bigby Wolf
  • Bloody Mary ♦ ♦
  • Blossom Wolf
  • Bluebeard
  • Briar Rose
  • Bufkin
  • Cindy (Cinderella)
  • Conner Wolf
  • Crooked Man
  • Darien “Dare” Wolf
  • Doctor Swineheart
  • Evil Queen ( from Snow White)
  • Faith ( Allerleirauh )
  • Flycatcher
  • Frau Totenkinder
  • Gren  ♦ ♦
  • Grendel’s Mother
  • Hadeon
  • Hansel
  • Holly  ♦ ♦
  • Ichabod Crane
  • Jack Horner
  • Kelsey Brannigan
  • Knave of Hearts (Wonderland)
  • Lawrence  ( from Allerleirauh )
  • Little Boy Blue
  • Little Red Riding Hood 
  • Mister Dark
  • Mister North Wind
  • Nerissa ♦ ♦
  • Prince Brandish
  • Prince Charming
  • Rapunzel
  • Rose Red  ♦ ♦
  • Snow White
  • Therese Wolf
  • Vivian
  • Winter Wolf ♦ ♦
  • Woody

Dɪsɴᴇʏ RP ɪᴄᴏɴs:

  • Disney Alice Liddell
  • Disney Ariadne
  • Disney Ariel  
  • Disney Aurora/Briar Rose 
  • Disney Beast 
  • Disney Belle 
  • Disney Captain Phoebus
  • Disney Esmeralda
  • Disney Flynn Rider
  • Disney Gaston
  • Disney Maleficent 
  • Disney Mother Gothel
  • Disney Prince Philip
  • Disney Queen Grimhilde
  • Disney Snow White
  • Disney Rapunzel

Tʜᴇ Lᴀsᴛ Uɴɪᴄᴏʀɴ RP ɪᴄᴏɴs:

  • The Last Unicorn : Harpy Celaeno
  • The Last Unicorn : King Haggard
  • The Last Unicorn : Molly Grue
  • The Last Unicorn : Mommy Fortuna
  • The Last Unicorn : Lady Amalthea
  • The Last Unicorn : Prince Lír
  • The Last Unicorn : Schmendrick
  • The Last Unicorn : Unicorn

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  • Comics : Red Riding Hood

Fᴀɪʀʏ Tᴀʟᴇs ᴀɴᴅ Fᴀʙʟᴇs:

  • A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
  • A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing (alt)
  • A Woman Transforms Herself into a Werewolf
  • Aegle
  • Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp
  • Allerleirauh
  • Aunty Greenleaf and the White Deer
  • Baba Yaga
  • Baba Yaga
  • Baba Yaga
  • Bearskin
  • Benzaiten
  • Blodeuwedd
  • Bluebeard
  • Bluebeard’s Ghost
  • Body-without-Soul
  • Boots and the Troll
  • Briar Rose
  • Brynhildr
  • Bunny Man
  • Carmilla
  • Catherine Wheel
  • Charlie No-Face
  • Cinderella
  • Cinderella
  • Clever Hans
  • Counting the stars in Heaven
  • Cu Chulain
  • Death and the Woodsman
  • Der Freischütz
  • East of the Sun and West of the Moon
  • Eglė the Queen of Serpents
  • Elizabeth Báthory
  • Fairy Garden
  • Faithful John
  • Father Frost
  • Feathertop
  • Fenrir
  • Fenrir
  • Georgie Porgie
  • Goatman
  • Gold-Tree and Silver Tree
  • Green Man
  • Grendel
  • Hanako-san
  • Hanzel and Gretel
  • Hayreddin Barbarossa (aka Redbeard)
  • Helga the Fair
  • How the Dragon Was Tricked
  • Hypatia
  • Jabberwocky
  • Jack and the Beanstalk
  • Jack Frost
  • Jack of All Trades
  • Jack O'Lantern
  • Jack the Giant Killer
  • Jack the Cunning Thief
  • Jersey Devil
  • Jorinda and Joringel
  • Knave of Hearts (Wonderland)
  • Krampus
  • La Befana
  • Lamia
  • Lemuria
  • Lilith
  • Linda Branca and her Mask
  • Little Briar Rose
  • Little Jack Horner
  • Little Red Riding Hood (Grimm)
  • Little Red Riding Hood (Perrault)
  • Little Wildrose
  • Loki
  • Loki
  • Lucky Luck
  • Maid Maleen
  • Maria, the Wicked Stepmother, and the Seven Robbers
  • Mirrors
  • Miss North Wind and Mr. Zephyr
  • Myrsina
  • North Wind
  • Okiku
  • Old King Cole
  • Persinette
  • Prince Camaralzaman and the Princess of China
  • Prince Darling
  • Puss In Boots
  • Rapunzel
  • Raud the Strong
  • Reynard and Bruin
  • Reynard Steals Fish
  • Reynard Wants to Taste Horsefresh
  • Rhodopis
  • Rub-a-dub-dub
  • Rumpelstiltzkin
  • Santa Claus
  • Sif
  • Solomon Grundy
  • Snow White
  • Snow-White and Rose-Red
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
  • Snow-White-Fire-Red
  • Song
  • Stingy Jack
  • Sun, Moon, and Talia
  • Sunflowers
  • Tam Lin
  • The Bald Knight
  • The Ballad of Hua Mulan
  • The Bear
  • The Beauty and the Beast
  • The Beauty and the Beast (Villeneuve)
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  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf
  • The Canary Prince
  • The Cat and the Fox
  • The Caterpillar (Wonderland)
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  • The Crow
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  • The Daisy
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  • The Fox and the Goat
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  • The Sleeping Prince
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  • The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter
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  • The Tale of Urokohime
  • The Three Army-Surgeons
  • The Three Bears
  • The Three Billy Goats Gruff
  • The Three Little Pigs
  • The Three Princesses of Whiteland
  • The Three Sisters
  • The Twelve Brothers
  • The Twelve Dancing Princesses (Lang)
  • The Twelve Dancing Princesses (Grimm)
  • The Vampyre
  • The Vorpal Blade
  • The Wedding of  Mrs. Fox
  • The Werewolf
  • The Werewolf’s Daughter
  • The Werewolf’s Wife
  • The White Rabbit (Wonderland)
  • The White Serpent and the Children
  • The White Wolf
  • The Wicked Prince
  • The Winged Monkeys (Oz)
  • The Wolf and His Shadow
  • The Wolf and the Crane
  • The Wolf and the Fox
  • The Wolf and the Kid
  • The Wolf and the Man
  • The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids
  • The Wolf and the Shepherds
  • The Wolf Stone
  • The Woman with the Ribbon Around her Neck
  • The Woodsman and the Serpent
  • The Yellow Dwarf
  • The Young Slave
  • There Was A Crooked Man
  • Tiburtine Sibyl
  • Tituba
  • Trusty John
  • Tsarevitch Ivan, the Fire Bird and the Gray Wolf
  • Tweedledum And Tweedledee
  • Tyche
  • Uonaidh
  • Vasilissa the Beautiful
  • Vitoria Regia
  • Vlad the Impaler
  • Vlad the Impaler
  • Water of Youth, Water of Life, and Water of Death
  • Wind
  • Yara
  • Yeh-hsien
  • Yeh-hsien
  • Yuki-onna
  • Yuki-onna
  • ‘Um Pachal

Fᴀʙʟᴇs/TWAU-sᴘᴇᴄɪғɪᴄ sᴛᴏʀɪᴇs:

  • Read Fables
  • A Wolf In The Fold
  • Allerleirauh 
  • Allerleirauh Continued
  • Bloody Mary 
  • Boy Blue
  • Boy Blue
  • Briar Rose
  • Briar Rose’s Baptism 
  • Bufkin
  • Cinderella
  • Frau Totenkinder
  • Hanzel and Gretel Continued
  • Hair
  • Jack Frost (or Jack and the Snow Queen)
  • Lamia 
  • Mister Dark
  • North Wind
  • North Wind
  • Prince Charming’s First Love
  • Prose Page
  • Rapunzel Continued
  • Snow White
  • Snow-White and Rose-Red Continued
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarves 
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarves Continued
  • Snow-White and Rose-Red Continued II
  • The Big Bad Wolf
  • The Frog Prince Continued
  • The Frog Prince Continued II
  • The Vorpal Blade
  • The Woodsman
  • What was Geppetto Thinking When He Carved Pinocchio’s Mouth?
  • What You Wish For
  • Witching Cloak
  • Essays on Fables/TWAU
  • An Intro to Fabletown
  • Fabletown Map
  • The Farm Map
GRIMM’S COMPLETE FAIRY TALES: Tales 5-8

#5 THE WOLF AND THE SEVEN LITTLE KIDS

It’s a well established trope in fairy tales that wolves are very crafty, and very sneaky. Especially when one finds a way to convince seven little kids (of the goat sort) to let him in the house and swallows them whole. It is apparently not as well known that old mother goat is quite crafty and sneaky herself; she catches the wolf napping, cuts him open, lets her still alive children out, and then sews his belly back up after filling it with heavy rocks. Then the wolf drowns, and everyone lives happily ever after. #MommyGoatDon’tPlay. 


#6 FAITHFUL JOHN

I’ll be honest with you: I think the Brothers Grimm were on some pretty heavy narcotics when they plotted this tale out. All in the same story, we see: a King trick a princess into a boat so he can kidnap and marry her; three ravens overheard by a servant jabbering about prophesies; a servant jumping on a flying horse and immediately shooting it in the head; a man sucking blood from a woman’s right breast to ‘save her;’ a King placing the petrified body of a beloved servant in his bedroom so he can mourn over him; and the ritual chopping off of children’s heads to bring another man back to life. All is fair in love and fairy tales, right? I’m reminded of a classic quote from BILLY MADISON that fits exactly what I’m feeling about this tale right now:

[Brothers Grimm], what you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.


#7 THE GOOD BARGAIN

Here’s a story about a man who can’t quite talk to animals but tries, gets himself into and out of a beating by the King, and somehow bumbles his way into some cash and a new coat. But the big, sad thing here is an insanely racist depiction of a Jewish man. I guess we couldn’t read a few stories from 19th century Germany without a bit of racism, now could we?


#8 THE WONDERFUL MUSICIAN

Let me give it a go and try to interpret the moral of this particular fairy tale: You can be a lonely fiddler who plays in the hopes of attracting some company. You can attract a wolf, a fox, and a rabbit, decide that’s not exactly the company you wanted, and leave them in a bad way. You can then be hunted down savagely by these animals who want revenge. But, as long as you find a woodsman who likes your music and carries a big ax, you get a obligatory ‘Get Out of Jail Free’ card from certain woodland creature death by mauling. But then again, I guess if you have a friend with a big ole ax who is willing to use it, you can do just about anything you want.

Fairy Tale Spanish

Fairy Tale Vocabulary - Vocabulario de los cuentos de hadas

  • Once upon a time - Érase una vez; Había una vez
  • And they all lived happily ever after - Y vivieron felices para siempre; Y vivieron felices y comieron perdices; Colorín colorado, este cuento ha acabado (the last one is more for stories in general and the first two are more for romantic stories)
  • Magic - Magia
  • Spell - Hechizo
  • Enchantment - Encantamiento
  • Curse - Maldición (putting a curse/hex on someone), Maleficio (the effect of the curse/hex)
  • Talking animals - Animales parlantes

Creatures - Criaturas

  • Fairy - Hada
  • Elf - Duende, Elfo
  • Witch - Bruja
  • Troll - Trol
  • Giant - Gigante
  • Gnome - Gnomo
  • Mermaid - Sirena

Characters - Personajes

  • Little Red Riding Hood - Caperucita Roja
  • Big bad wolf - El lobo feroz
  • Woodcutter - Leñador
  • Snow White - Blancanieves
  • The Seven Dwarves - Los siete enanitos
  • Cinderella - Cenicienta
  • The fairy godmother - El hada madrina
  • The evil stepmother - La malvada madrastra
  • Sleeping Beauty - La bella durmiente
  • Beauty and the Beast - La bella y la bestia
  • The Princess and the Pea - La princesa y el guisante
  • The Princess and the Frog - La princesa y el sapo
  • The Little Mermaid - La sirenita
  • Rapunzel - Rapunzel
  • Goldilocks - Ricitos de oro
  • The Three Bears - Los tres osos (Los tres ositos)
  • Puss in Boots - El gato con botas
  • Hansel and Gretel - Hansel y Gretel
  • Three Billy Goats Gruff - Los tres cabros machos Gruff
  • Jack and the Beanstalk - Juan y las habichuelas
  • The Three Pigs - Los tres cerditos

Of course there are thousands of fairy tales, so I din’t include all of them, but I hope you enjoy this list!

THE END - FIN

Request - Derek Hale “The Wolf and the seven kids” (Sequel to: Daddy needs a Mummy”, ”Father dates teacher”, ”Dinner with the family”, “One Big Family” and “The Little Wonders of Life”, “Home Sweet Home”, Named after You” and “Just you and me)


“Today we have a surprise reader.” You stared at all the kids around you, their eyes wide open, their lips curled into smiles. It was nice to see them again, after all this time at home.
You had to admit that you missed your baby-boy a little bit, that you missed having him asleep in your arms, that you missed singing songs to him, watching how he was sleeping. But you knew that you would be home soon enough to be the mother you wanted to be.
“Good morning…” Derek looked a little bit uncomfortable when he walked into the classroom. Your baby-boy was sleeping in his arm and he had a book under his other arm.
“Daddy!” Laura started to smile even brighter and jumped up and down in her seat. You had known that she would like it and that’s why you had asked Derek if he would like to do it.
At first he had his doubts, not knowing if he would be the right person to read a story to a group of kids, not knowing if he would like it. But you had always known that he would do it, that he would come and read a story.
“Miss Hale, would you mind watching our son for a moment?” His eyes met yours for a short second and you shook your head, gently lifting Scotty out of his arms. He opened his eyes for a moment, but closed them again when he noticed that he was safe, close to the beating heart of his own mother.
“Sir Hale, the ears of the class are all yours.” You sat down in a chair in the corner and saw how Derek took your seat in the middle of the circle of kids around him. He cleared his throat, his hands trembling a little bit, his cheeks blushing, while Laura was not able to hide her excitement.
“Today I’m here to tell you the story of the wolf and the seven young goats.” His voice was stuttering a little bit, but the kids moved a little closer towards him and Laura giggled, knowing that this was her father’s favourite story.
He opened the book on the first page and you whispered that he had to lift it up to show the kids the drawing.
“O, yes, right.” He lifted the book up and turned it around.
“Is that the house of the goats?” A young boy had his thumb in his mouth and Derek stared at him for a short moment before nodding.
“Yes, do you like it?” He waited until the boy nodded and turned the book back around to start reading.
It was nice to see Derek like this, to hear how his voice gained confidence while telling the story, how he howled like a real wolf, the kids being afraid and amazed at the same time, how he made his voice higher or lower, depending on who was talking, how he asked the kids questions, helping them to solve the mystery.
“And they lived happily ever after.” He read the last sentence and closed the book, sighing relieved that it was over, that he had done well, more than well.
“Thank you so much for this wonderful story.” You stood up from your seat and smiled at him, making sure that he would know that he had done a more than amazing job.