Greedy Jack
This story teaches us the importance of sharing and sacrificing to be kind to others.
Once upon a time, there lived a little boy named Jack Ouellette. He was a student in a school in a small town. He had his own friends and he was a very lovable boy. His friends always loved to be with him. They enjoyed being with Jack because he was very funny and nice.

But unfortunately, Jack had a problem. He was very greedy. He always wanted everything for himself. He never liked to share with others. He just loved to have everything for himself. His teacher used to give out a free activity book to all the kids in the class. All of Jack's friends in the class were very happy to get the book. They were so eager to start reading the book.

But Jack was not happy. He wanted to keep the book for himself. So he threw the book away from him. His teacher saw what he did, and he got very angry with Jack. He scolded him for doing such a bad thing. He told Jack that he was so selfish. He said he did not have any friends now, as he was not nice to his friends. He told him that he would take the book away from him.
Jack, feeling guilty about his behavior, promised his teacher that he would never do such a thing again. He asked his teacher to forgive him. The teacher forgave him, and he gave the book to Jack. Jack felt very happy. He was happy to get his book back. He too promised his teacher that he would never throw the book away, ever again.

Jack was very excited to read the book. He started to read the book with his friends. They all enjoyed the book very much. The book was about an adventure of a group of friends. The adventure was called, "The Secret of the Golden Key". The group of friends had many adventures, which made Jack's friends very excited. Jack's friends enjoyed the book a lot. Jack too was very happy to read the book. He enjoyed the book very much.

This story teaches us the importance of sharing and sacrificing to be kind to others.

The end.
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