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The Story of Ferdinand

The Story of Ferdinand

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This page copyright \u00a9 2001 Blackmask Online.
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Once upon a time in Spain
there was a little bull and his
name was Ferdinand.
All the other little bulls he
lived with would run and jump
and butt their heads together,
but not Ferdinand.
He liked to sit just quietly and
smell the flowers.
He had a favorite spot out in
the pasture under a cork tree.
It was his favorite tree and he
would sit in its shade all day
and smell the flowers.
Sometimes his mother, who
was a cow, would worry about
him. She was afraid he would
be lonesome all by himself.
"Why don't you run and play
with the other little bulls and
skip and butt your head?" she
would say.
But Ferdinand would shake
his head. "I like it better here
where I can sit just quietly and
smell the flowers."
His mother saw that he was
not lonesome, and because
she was an understanding
mother, even though she was
a cow, she let him just sit
there and be happy.
As the years went by
Ferdinand grew and grew until he
was very big and strong.
All the other bulls who had
grown up with him in the same
pasture would fight each other
all day. They would butt each
otehr and stick each other with
their horns. What they wanted

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