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  • 1. The  Lile  Red  Hen  and  the   Well  Baked  Bread   By:  Olivia  Kato  
  • 2. Once,  in  the  middle  of  Farmsland,                      lived  a  sweet  lile  red  hen.  On  a  Tuesday  morning,  the  lile  red  found  five  Dny  wheat  seeds.  Bam!  An  idea  hit  her.  She  could  plant  the  seeds  in  her  garden  and  make  bread  with  the  wheat.      When  the  lile  red  hen  returned  to                      the  farm,  she  quesDoned  to  her  friends  chick,  horse,  pig,  and  cow.                  ‘’Who  will  help  me  plant  these  seeds?’’                ‘’Not  I,’’  chirped  the  chick  
  • 3.      ‘’  Don’t  count  on  me,’’  neighed  the  horse.      ‘’  Never,’’  oinked  the  pig.      ‘’  Nooooo,’’  mooed  the  cow.      ‘’  Then  I’ll  do  it  myself,’’  sighed  the  lile  red  hen.  And  she  did  just  that.          Over  the  summer,  the  lile  red  hen  nourished  the  wheat  she  was  growing.  And  by  September,  she  was  ready  to  take  it  to  the  mill.        ‘’Who  will  go  to  the  mill  with  me?’’  she  asked  her  lazy  friends.        ‘’Not  I,’’  chirped  the  chick.        ‘’Never,’’  oinked  the  pig.        ‘’Don’t  count  on  me,’’  neighed  the  horse.  
  • 4.          “  The  pig  says  no,’’  oinked  the  pig          ‘’  Nooooooooo,’’  mooed  the  cow.          ‘’  Fine!  Be  lazy!  I’ll  do  it  myself!’’  fumed  the  lile  red  hen.  And  she  did  just  that.            When  she  reached  the  mill,  a  refined  ,  young  horse  grinded  the  wheat  into  flour.  When  he  finished,  the  lile  red  hen  waddled  home  singing’’  The  Grand  Old  Duke  of  York.’’              When  the  lile  red  hen    returned  home,  she  found  her  four  friends  playing  a  game  of  checkers.  She  didn’t  want  to  ruin  their  fun,  but  sDll,  she    
  • 5. pleaded,            ‘’  Who  will  help  me  bake  some  bread?’’          ‘’Not  I,’’  replied  the  chick.          ‘’  Never,’’  hollered  the  horse.          ‘’  Nope,’’  oinked  the  pig.          ‘’  Nooooo,’’  mooed  the  cow.          ‘’  Then  I  will,’’  she  groaned.    
  • 6.        She  waddled  into  the  kitchen.  First,  she  took  out  a  bowl  the  color  of  the  sea.  She  poured  out  all  the  flour  in  the  bowl.  Then,  she  leW  the  kitchen  with  the  buer,  and    asked  her  sleepy  friends,”  Please,  will  you  help  me  churn  the  buer?”        ‘’    I  doubt  your  pleading,’’  replied  the  chick.        Nieeeeeeeeeeghver,’’  retorted  the  horse.            ‘’  Never,’’  snorted  the  pig.            ‘’  No,’’  mooed  the  cow.            ‘’  I’ll  do  it,’’  sighed  the  lile  red  hen.  And  she  did.      She  stomped  back  inside.  She  poured  the  thick  buer  in  the  bowl.  She  added    
  • 7. two  eggs.  AWer  that  ,  she  added  milk.  The  lile  red  hen  sDrred  the  thick  mass  of  baer.  It  was  Dme  to  bake  some  bread.          Outside  the  small  house,  the  smell  of  bread  filled  the  animals  noses.        ‘’  Bread!’’  yelled  the  chick.        ‘’  I  want  it  ,‘’  cried  the  horse.        ‘’  Yum,’’  exclaimed  the  pig.  
  • 8.    “Need  the  bread,’’  mooed  the  cow.  The  animals  charged    over  to  the  lile  red  hen.          “  Can  we  have  some?’’  pleaded  the  animals.        ‘’  Ha!  Of  course  not!’’  said  the  lile  red  hen.  She  wolfed  down  the  bread  herself  ,  leaving  the  others  with  jealous  and  shameful  looks.