Fiction: The Woods' Way Story. “Inspiring Kids Story.”

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.
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With characters like Paw-Paw the bear, Dillard the dog, and Willard the weasel, this book is a heartwarming story of friendship. Bedtime stories that will be read and retold over and over again by children.

Many years ago, deep in the North Woods, there lived a giant bear called Paw-Paw. All the woodland animals looked up to him as the strongest and bravest bear around.

All the animals got together one day to talk about the changes taking place in the forests.

There was a brand-new animal in the neighborhood, one that walked on two legs and had a peculiar coat. Paw-Paw was the only person they could think of who would make a good leader. When Paw-Paw asked whether he would be king of the forest, they marched to his cave.

Paw-Paw was very happy, and he took the title of the king even though he didn't know what it meant.

If I need assistance, I want Crowly Crow and Willard Weasel to be my counselors, "PawPaw then remarked. Nonetheless, Crowly and Willard accepted King Paw's invitation and decided to work with him.

One day, King Paw-Paw was visited by Slither, the snake, who reported seeing an unusual animal nearby. Paw-Paw said, "Where did you see this pet?"

Slither answered. In our forests, it shares a home with a bizarre, two-legged species. Paw-Paw thought for a while and remarked, "Paw-Paw thought the two of them were ordered to investigate the edge of the woods to determine what kind of animal it was."

His two assistants arrived in a flash. A while later, Willard and Crowly came back and excitedly told King Paw-Paw that there was a strange beast in the woods.

In place of a yelp or a howl, it made an odd barking sound, about the size of Bobby Beaver. There were no words to describe their collective thoughts on the unusual visitor who had moved so near to their forest. When King Paw-Paw was done pondering, he said, "We must meet this beast."

The three departed King Paw-lair Paw's together.

They had only been at the edge of the woods for a short time when they came face to face with the odd beast. Paw-Paw instructed Willard to go to the animal and find out what it was and why it was attached to its neck. Willard scampered across the field without a second thought and hid behind a pile of stacked wood not far from the odd beast.

"Shhh!" said Willard.

The odd creature had a look around. "Pssst! In a louder voice, "I'm over here behind the woodpile." "Please come out so that I can see you," the weird beast begged, stretching the rope as far as it would go. My boss isn't here. "

Willard carefully approached the weird creature from behind the woodpile. How do you describe yourself? Willard inquired. A dog once said, "I am what I am." Dillard is my given name. I asked him. He responded.

Then he said, "And what are you?" There's Willard, a weasel, that symbolizes the forest's king, King Paw-Paw.

"What ties you to that particular branch?" I inquired about this matter with Willard. Dillard's response was, "My lord has me bound, so I cannot walk into the woods." Willard screamed, "No animal should be tied." "I'll cut the cord and let you go." As a result, you're welcome to come live with me in the woods.

Willard freed Dillard with a single, devastating bite. Afterward, the two of them sped out over the field and into the forest. After Willard presented Dillard to King Paw-Paw and Crowly, they all departed. Dillard was introduced to the other forest critters when they arrived in the heart of the forest.

Wayne Wolf and Carl Coyote, who appeared like distant relatives to Dillard, were two of his favorite new friends.

Dillard and Willard got close as the summer progressed, while King Paw-Paw feasted on berries and fish. Willard took a deep breath one day and smelt the air. The air was filled with a wonderful aroma.

Thoughts of "fresh" and "chicken eggs" filled Willard's mind. "I need to locate them so I can eat something." He was out of the house in a matter of seconds, bounding across the woods in pursuit of his favorite food.

That's where he first encountered Dillard, thanks to his keen sense of smell. He scoured the area and found it clear as a bell.

He entered a mysterious cave because of the delicious aroma of eggs. He took a few steps back and gasped. He was surrounded by hundreds of eggs, all of which were laid by chickens. When a chicken observed him reaching for an egg, it raised the alarm.

In a little time, the hens were creating a racket of their own. A noise came from the other side of him. He observed the unusual monster that dwelt there as he turned around. The one Dillard referred to as the "master" With no way out of the situation, Willard was in a state of panic.

Willard was staring at the weird thing when it exclaimed, "You varmint! Dillard was freed by you, the weasel. "Why should I..." However, Willard screamed out before he had a chance to finish. "Wait!" Don’t harm me, I tell you.

I said, "I can give Dillard back to you." I'll pass by, and Dillard will be back in a matter of minutes. "Willard was able to escape as the odd thing stood aside.

Despite Willard's return to the woods, he dashed his friend. "Dillard! I'll be right there in a second. Please lend me a hand. It was no surprise that Dillard rushed to the aid of his fellow runner, Willard, and the two of them set out on their journey together.

Dillard came to a halt as they crossed the football field. "What's wrong?" Willard inquired. My master is there, and I am terrified to go any farther. He responded.

Willard reassured her, "Don't worry." There is no sign of your master. Dillard once again followed Willard into the hens' cave. The master had a rope wrapped around Dillard's neck in a matter of seconds.

He then turned to the weasel and said, "Thank you for returning my dog," before tossing him an egg. Without uttering a word, Willard walked out into the trees. He stayed at the farmer's side to ensure that no weasels or other varmints harmed his animals.

Paw-story Paw's of friendship are just some of the lovable characters in Paw-story Paws of friendship. A bedtime tale that will be read and revisited by children.

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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.

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