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Children's Stories
by Margo Fallis
Daisy's Song

        Daisy always sang while she was bathing in the river. She didn't sing very well, but she loved to do it anyway. One morning, as she was in the river, she started singing as loud as she could.

        A crow was flying past and heard her sing. It sounded so awful that the crow looked down to see what was making the noise. He wasn't paying attention to where he was going and crashed into a tree.

        A flying squirrel was going from tree to tree and heard Daisy singing. She thought she sounded so bad that she stopped flying and looked down to see who was making that horrible noise. The squirrel missed the next tree and fell to the ground next to the crow.

        A raccoon was running by and heard the noise so he stopped to see what it was. He didn't see that he was standing on an ant's nest. They came rushing out and bit him. He jumped as high as he could and fell with a thud, landing next to the crow and the flying squirrel.

        When Daisy finished her bath, she walked back to her tree. She saw a raccoon, a flying squirrel and a crow lying at the bottom of the trunk. She shrugged her shoulders and ran up the tree trunk to her branch.

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