Chapter Essay: Sammy Boy's Journey To The Woods

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Sammy boy lived in a small town behind the mountains. One day, he decided to venture into the woods that were on the other side. He set off early in the morning and walked for hours, trekking up and down the hills, running happily through the fields, wadding across the river till he finally got to the woods.

He was very proud of having made such a long journey. The place was full of beauty and he wanted to see it all. He walked and walked, getting hold of small stones of different shapes and colorful leaves and picking up flowers for his mum, playing with some little squirrels and foxes, watching the birds on the branches.

“Time flies” thought Sammy boy when he saw that the sun was hiding behind the trees. “It is time to go home”. But the
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Threw the button on the nest and came back to his cave, from where he could see whether the eagle found it or not.
The little eagles were waiting for their mum to come with food so they thought that the button was an appetizer and –hurriedly- they went to have a pick at it. But it wasn’t an appetizer. “Ouch!!” said one little eagle “I must have broken my beak. What the heck …”but he left the sentence unfinished because his sister shushed him with a slap of her wing and made him touch the button. So they knew the story of Sammy boy, his tears, the fish, the ants and the bear and they started to cry so loud that mother Eagle heard them and flew back as fast as she could thinking that her beloved were in danger. Instead she found five little beaks talking all together at the same time with tears in their eyes, showing her a bright red button “What is all this fuss about?” she asked them motherly while taking the button with one claw. And she knew the story of Sammy boy’s mum who was crying because she couldn’t find her boy. Mother eagle didn’t think it twice and flew a fast fly to where Sammy boy’s mum lived and dropped the button on her lap and she started to fiddle with it and while doing so the button told her the story of her boy, the fish, the ants, the bear and the

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