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A nice story written by pupils at Finnish school and illustrated by pupils at Polish school.

A nice story written by pupils at Finnish school and illustrated by pupils at Polish school.

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  • Story: Hanna 6B, Hintan Koulu Oulu, FinlandWriting: Meri 6B, Hintan Koulu Oulu, FinlandTranslation: Jasmin and Meri 6B, Hintan Koulu Oulu, FinlandIdeas and help: Kerttu and Sofia 6B, Hintan Koulu Oulu,FinlandIllustrated by pupils at Primary School No 5, Bielsk Podlaski,Poland: Anna, Maria, Wiktoria, Marta, Wiktoria, Zuzanna,Sebastian, Dominika, Luiza, Szymon, Wanda
  • Once upon a time, in Pacific Ocean, there was a fish calledBubble. The fish was very lonely, because it was different thanthe others. Bubble was bigger than others; it had bulging eyesand drooping lips. It was coloured orange. Bubble was solonely that it wanted to be stranded to shore and die.
  • One day Bubble was swimming alone and then it decided toimplement his plan. Bubble swam to shore with difficultly. Itwas very difficult, because the waves beat it all the time backto the water.
  • At last it reached the shore and lay down. The sun burnedBubble’s scales and slowly it began to make death.
  • Then it heard a noisy scream: “CHICK DANCEEEEEEE!!!!!”
  • There had arrived tap-dancing chick. The chick told thathis name was Yelly.
  • Yelly put Bubble in to a red bucked.
  • There was cool sea water from the fish’s home reef inthe bucket. Bubble was happy.
  • At last, it had a real friend.
  • Yelly took the bucket to his beak, and together they flew offinto the sunset.