Volume 1


Volume 1


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The Ants Call a Council

Long, long ago somewhere in Africa… When the earth and all the people and animals were new… The ants decided to have a conference. Since ancient times, the ant has had many enemies and because ants are small and some say destructive, there have been many slaughters among them. Most of the birds were their enemies.  But Anteater and Aardwolf lived almost entirely from them. Centipede tormented them all the time, whenever he had the chance.

So some spoke together and thought it would be good to have a council and see if they could not come up with a plan to stop these predators that would eat them. Perhaps there was some way they could retreat to a place of safety when attacked by murderous birds and animals.


Who’s The Fastest of Them All?

Long, long ago somewhere in Africa… When the earth and all the people and animals were new… The Creator of all things decided to find out which of His animals was the swiftest of them all. To this end, He devised a plan for Cheetah and Tsessebe to race against each other because, in Africa, Tsessebe was the fastest of all the antelope.

In those long-ago days, Cheetah had very soft paws and he realized that they were not suited for genuine speed or long distances. To help his friend, Wild Dog, offered to lend him some paws to use for the race.

The race started from the base of a huge baobab tree on the side of a big plain dotted with thorn trees. The two contestants would cross the plain, as fast as they could, to the hill on the far side. With the Creator Himself presiding, Tsessebe and Cheetah lined up, and then at the signal, they bounded away.

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 Posted by on October 17, 2015