Rebecca is only eight years old, but Injoy, Inc. was delighted with the creativity of her fable, The Bee and The Hawk. We look forward to reading more of her stories!
Rebecca M is 8 years old. She enjoys crocheting, skating, playing with the family’s three dogs, running, jumping over things, gymnastics, and her favorite meal is corn dogs. She likes to watch snow come down, climbing trees, going to yard sales, all things animal, and most plants.
The Bee and the Hawk
One day a bee sat on a log. Then the bee saw a hawk swooping down.
“Stop!” said the bee “I have a better way to settle this!”
“Okay” said the hawk. “Good.”
“Okay” said the bee “Now, if you can scare that horse, then you get to eat me, but if I win, then I get to eat you, fair?” asked the bee
“Fair,” said the hawk. The next day the bee said
“You go first.”
“Okay” said the hawk.” So the hawk flew next to the horse and flapped his massive wings. But the horse did not fear the hawk. Then the bee swooped and stung the horse. The horse ran and ran.
“So, shall I eat you fried or boiled?” asked the bee.
“AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH!” said the hawk as he flew away.
[quote]The moral of the story is: Just because you’re small doesn’t mean you can’t do great things.[/quote]