The Debra snake. A children's story about the pleasure of reading
Making children passionate about reading is one of the challenges that parents have. What do you think about doing it through what happens to La Culebra Debra? A beautiful children's story about the pleasure of reading. This short story for children tells the story of a snake that learns to read in
Making children passionate about reading is one of the challenges that parents have. What do you think about doing it through what happens to La Culebra Debra? A beautiful children's story about the pleasure of reading.
This short story for children tells the story of a snake that learns to read in order to feel a little happier every day. An original story to read with our children.
Children's story about the pleasure of reading: The Debra snake
At the foot of a rock, the Debra snake took the sun half sleepy and enchanted with life. He heard voices and saw in the distance, on a dirt road, run around some children with heavy backpacks and noticed that one of them dropped something on the floor.
Debra was very gluttonous, crawling went there and, without even looking at what it was swallowed in a single bite. When the night came he had an unbearable gut pain and began to writhe and vomit little by little what he had swallowed.
A large ball of paper with colored ink letters came out of her mouth, she looked at him very strangely, she stretched it out as much as she could crushing him with her body on the floor and she fell asleep from so much effort. That night he dreamed a beautiful story and, the next morning, woke up in a very good mood without knowing the reason.
In the middle of the afternoon two elders passed by chatting amiably, one of them dragged with his cane the small wrinkled book trying to stretch it more and, without noticing the presence of the snake, shouted to the other one a little deaf: "The planet of Halacer "It must be an old story and, leaving the book on the ground, they went on their way.
The curiosity to know what that story said made the snake Debra keep the book in the trunk of a tree and decided to go to the classes that, as he heard an owl say, gave a wise rabbit to teach the animals to read. forest.
Debra approached the trunk every day, took the book out of its hiding place, carefully passed the leaves with her tongue and looked at it with curiosity. Little by little he learned the letters, then the words, then he learned to form the sentences and, the desire he had to read that story were so many that, one day almost without realizing it, he began to understand what he put in the story that He swallowed and, he liked it so much, so much the story he read that it was the happiest snake in the world. Debra learned the lesson of not swallowing everything without thinking about the consequences and, also, thanks to her curiosity she learned to read discovering what that beautiful story said and, many others, that she would then tell all her friends in the forest.