Fiction: Where Are My Bananas?. “Inspiring Kids Stories.”

Malek Sherif

Legal Disclaimer for a Fiction: This is a work of fiction. Unless otherwise indicated, all the names, characters, businesses, places, events, and incidents in this book are either the product of the author's imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.
Where are My BananasMikhail Nilov/pexels

Bananas for breakfast are better than strawberries and cream, and there is no greater dessert. A banana would be the perfect breakfast for me. This is what I want. This is the life I've always wanted.

After waking up one morning, an orangutan went hunting for the banana she'd intended on having for breakfast beneath her pillow of leaves. However, it wasn't there at all. She screamed, "Who snatched my banana?" Nobody came back.

To find out who had stolen her banana, she set out into the woods. Suddenly, she came face-to-face with a large, round green mamba snake with a bulge in its belly. Did you eat my banana? I'd want to know. "Me? No! I'm allergic to bananas. Toy mice are my favorite, though.

As the orangutan grumbled, "Humph," he set out in search of a banana, his appetite growing stronger by the second. The only thing better than a banana is a banana. In my cereal, I could eat one. My favorite way to enjoy a banana is to eat it on its own.

The trees in the woodland were full of sloths. Wasn't my banana supposed to be yours, too? What does one look like to you? " The sloth inquired. Tender roots and buds are what I love to eat. Please let me know if you have any of those items.

Orangutan: "Not likely," she replied, seeing that the hungrier she became, the ruder she became. After swinging down to the ground, she muttered, "I'm sorry," before falling to the ground.

There is nothing better than banana ice cream or pie. I fear the worst if I don't locate my banana soon. What became of my banana? Is this tapir responsible? " "No," the tapir replied. If you haven't eaten your share of fruit, you may want to consider having a banana instead. Best wishes in your search for a banana!

Thank you. The orangutan moved down the forest floor, saying nothing more. Having a banana and peanut butter sandwich is delicious, but right now I'd happily eat a banana in any form. She was on her way to the watering hole. Her question to the elephant was, "Did you eat my banana?"

"What are you talking about?" What could I do with just one little banana? I'd need a whole semi-worth. A handful of bananas wouldn't be enough for me.

As a result of her ill-advised remarks, the orangutan responded, "I'm sorry." She made her way to the watering hole, where she hoped to retrieve her missing banana. Banana shakes are delightful. Banana bread is loaded with vitamins and minerals. However, just now, a basic banana would be enough to satisfy my cravings.

She observed a crocodile near the watering hole. She timidly said, "Did you steal my banana?" She went with her gut and stayed away from the crocodile so she wouldn't have to fight it. When approached, the crocodile responded, "I don't have any need for a banana, but if you come a little closer, I can tell you what I like eating."

"No. That's all right. "All I care about is where I can locate my banana," you say. When she saw the crocodile, she knew better than to come too close to it.

In the last year, I've eaten various banana-based dishes, including salads, soups, and even ice cream. A spotted leopard was spotted across the pond by the orangutan. She exclaimed, "Yoo-hoo!" and shook her head. Not at all. I didn't take it from you.

Do you think I stole your banana? What's the point of doing that? Banana-eating creatures are among my favorite foods. The question is, "Do you like bananas?" The leopard had a question. The orangutan said, "Well, not at the time." She was hungrier than ever before.

Bananas are a fantastic snack at any time of day, but I like to have them first thing in the morning. While returning to the jungle, the orangutan came across a chameleon perched atop a branch. Her question was directed at the chameleon, who was timid yet vibrant.

I don't know what I'm talking about. I'd be worried that it might turn me yellow, making it impossible for me to blend in with the foliage. "However, I wish you all the best."

"Thanks," said the orangutan, who was growing more despondent and hungry as a result of his plight. Nothing beats a banana muffin with a few raisin fillings. Just one or two snoozes would not be enough.

Flying through the treetops, an army of monkeys made their way over the landscape. If any of you took my banana, I'd want to know. "It would have been nice if we had bananas." Bananas are a favorite fruit of ours. We, on the other hand, did not. Let us know as soon as possible if and when you locate it.

"No! I'm starving to death! If I can only locate it, I'll eat it all myself. " Everything cooked with bananas, including banana pastries and banana tea, would be a hit with me. "Squeak." From a high perch, a toucan yelled, "Squeak," before flying off. "What's the fuss?" he inquired.

The location of my banana is important to me. Please tell me you didn't eat my banana. My heart aches that I didn't, "I admit. I'm a banana for ice cream kind of girl. Insects, berries, lizards, and bananas are just some of the things I'd want to eat with ice cream. I was honest and responded, "No, I didn't take your banana."

Bananas in a variety of flavors. Banana stew and dried bananas are the best foods and beverages. Bananas are so delectable because of this. Exactly! That is my opinion! After completing a full round of the woods, the orangutan made her way back to her nest, exhausted and insatiably hungry. She could hear the smacking of lips and get a whiff of banana in the air as she rested once more in her nest.

She arose...When she stood up, she saw her baby, who had been sleeping in a leaf nest on a branch above her. His mother's very own banana was all he could think of while snoozing in his bed. His proud mother groaned, "Oh." "I'm overjoyed that I now know who stole my banana."

Bananas are delicious on their own, but they are much better when shared with the people I care about. Bananas are delicious on their own, but they are much better when shared with the people I care about.

Comments / 0

Published by

With over a decade of writing stories for the local paper, Malek Sherif has a uniquely friendly voice that shines through in his newest collection of children's stories, which explores the importance we place on the legacy.

New York, NY

More from Malek Sherif

Comments / 0