Once upon a time, Peter and his grandfather lived in a house
next to a beautiful green meadow.
Next to the meadow, there was a dark forest.
And in the middle of the forest, there lived a hungry wolf.
"Peter, you must slay in the garden," said Grandfather. "You
must never go into the meadow on your own."
"But why?" said Peter.
"Because there is a hungry wolf in the forest. He might come
out of the forest and eat you up!"
Peter looked over the garden wall.
The meadow looked very beautiful.
A little red bird Hew up to a tree.
"Hello, Peter!" called the bird. "Why don't you come into the
So Peter climbed over the garden wall and went into the
There was a pond in the middle of the green meadow.
A duck waddled past Peter, jumped into the pond and swam
The little red bird flew down to the duck.
"'Come back!" she said. "What a funny walk you have! Why
don't you fly like me?"
"I don't want to fly like you," said the duck. "Why don't you
swim like me?"
The two birds were very cross with each other, and they made
a lot of noise.
Suddenly, Peter saw a cat crawling towards the birds.
"Look out!" called Peter." The cat will get you!"
At once, the little red bird flew up to the top of the tree and the duck swam to the middle of the pond. The cat saw that she would have to wait a little longer to eat. She walked over to the tree.
Just then, Peter's grandfather came into the garden. He looked over the wall and saw Peter in the meadow. He was very cross with Peter.
"Come back at once .I told you not to go into the meadow," said Grandfather.
So Peter climbed over the wall and went back into the garden with his grandfather.
Suddenly, the wolf came out of the forest.
He saw the little red bird, the duck and the cat. He was so
hungry, that he wanted to eat them all.
The cat climbed to the very top of the tree, where the little red
bird was sitting.
The two of them waited to see what might happen.
The duck jumped out of the pond and ran and ran. She fan as fast as she could, but the hungry wolf ran faster. He caught her in his mouth. Then he ate her up.
Then the wolf walked round and round the tree where the cat and the little red bird were sitting. The hungry wolf looked up at them. The cat and the bird were very frightened.
Petter found a very long rope. Then he climbed on Lop of the garden wall.
"Fly around the wolf’s head!" he called to the little red bird. "Make him dizzy! But keep away from his mouth!"
The little red bird flew round and round the wolf’s, head. The hungry wolf fried to catch the little red bin], but after a time, he was very dizzy.
Petter climbed up the big tree.
Then he let down the rope and caught the wolf by the tail.
The wolf jumped up and down and tried to get away.
But Peter held onto the rope.
"You won't get away from me!" he said.
Just then, Grandfather came out of the garden and Peter
sitting in the tree.
"What are you doing up there?" he called.
"I've caught the wolf," said Peter.
Suddenly" some hunters came into the meadow.
They were looking for the wolf.
"Here he is," said Peter.
"Please will you take him away, so that
I can play in the meadow".
So the hunters took the wolf to another forest-a long way away from Peter and his grandfather, the cat, and the little red bird. They never saw him again.
And Peter’s grandfather let him play in the beautiful meadow, with the little red bird and the cat.
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