The Story of Atlanta | Moral Stories for Kids | Bedtime Stories

The Story of Atlanta | Moral Stories for Kids | Bedtime Stories, short moral stories for kids, Fairy Tales, Story for kids

The Story of Atlanta

The Story of Atlanta 2020 | Moral Stories for Kids | Bedtime Stories

Moral Stories for Kids: Once upon a time, there lived a rather foolish king who thought that only boys could rule a kingdom. so, when a daughter was born to him, he did not want her and had the baby kept all alone on a stone in the deepest part of the forest. at first, the child enjoyed playing with the leaves and grass that grew around it. but soon it's started feeling hungry and began crying. a mother bear in a cave nearby heard her and came to her with her little cub.

Mother Bear: Ohhh! What a pretty little child! Poor thing, who left her here?

Little Bear: what kind of a bear is this mother? I have never seen one like it before. look at its paws. they are so different!

Mother Bear: well, that is because she is a human-bear darling!

Little Bear: I like her! can we ever stay with our mother?

Mother Bear: oh! yes, we can! I would not let her lie alone and hungry like this for even a minute in the forest.

Little Bear: what will we call her mother?

Mother Bear: we will call her... Atlanta.

So, the mother bear carried Atlanta to her cave and looked after her like a mother. no other animal in the forest attacked the child for they all considered her one of their own. soon, Atlanta grew up to be a fine playmate for the bear and for the rest of the animals. she would race with the Cheetahs and run faster. she would climb trees with the monkeys and climb quicker. she would hunt with the lions and hunt better. Atlanta was strong, fearless and wise.

One day a group of travelers passed through the forest.

Traveler 1: Oh! I'm tired!

Traveler 2: truly! how much farther! ooooh Woah!

Traveler 1: child! what are you doing alone in this thick forest?

Traveler 3: we cannot allow her to remain here! we must take her back with us. come back with us! come to our village and live with us.

Atlanta did not quite understand what they were saying. but this was the first time she had seen humans so she was curious. she followed them all the way to their village.

Traveler 2: come, my wife will be so pleased to see you. Maria! see who we met in the forest?

Maria: a little girl? what was she doing alone in the forest? how did you find her? what! come here, dear!

Maria and John treated Atlanta as though she was some kind of an angel. and Atlanta learned fascinating things at the village. she did go back to the forest, but she would return to the village and seemed to have two families one in the forest with the animals, and one in the village with John, Maria, and other humans. years went by and Atlanta grew up to be a strong powerful, beautiful maiden as sharp. as Swift as ever.

Now let us pause Atlanta's story for a little while and go to another land. a kingdom that belonged to a very powerful and a very noble king called Oneus.

Oneus: your highness! this year we have had a huge harvest of grapes and wheat. our granaries are overflowing with grain and our orchards are laden with fruit. this year the prosperity of our kingdom will increase a hundredfold.

King: it is all due to the blessings of the angels and spirits of nature that we have had such a bountiful year. let a carnival be organized, a place be given to every fairy, angel, and spirit... and let everyone bring the best of their harvest to be offered to them as Thanksgiving and gratitude.

PrinceOh! father... that is such a beautiful idea! I shall personally look into all the arrangements.

So, all the citizens of the kingdom got together with their prince and organized a truly grand carnival in the fields and vineyards. they built altars for all the fairies. angels and spirits altar for ceres, who had shown men how to sow grain, and one for Bacchus, who had told them about the grape, and one for winged footed mercury, who comes in the clouds, and one for Atlanta, the queen of the air, and one for the keeper of the winds, and one for the giver of light, and one for the king of the sea, and one which was the. they kept their largest bunches of grapes and their finest grain in each of the altars. finally, they built a fire and offered it all into the flames, believing that the smoke that blew up rose right up to the skies, carrying their gifts!

King: please accept our heartfelt, humble gratitude for all your blessings! sounds of drums. (Sounds of cheers)

All the people of the kingdom went home with a glad heart, thinking that they might have pleased all the fairies, angels and spirits. but they hadn't. the people of this country had forgotten the fairy Diana the keeper of the woods. and Diana was not happy about that.

Diana: what an insult! don't the humans realize? that it is the woods and forests, that bring them the bounty of rains, preserve the silt and fertility of their lands? how dare they insult my forests and they're creatures like that!

Diana Friend: great keeper of the forests, how would you like to punish them? we will punish them, they will pay.

That night, the citizens of the country went to bed peacefully. little did they know the havoc that was coming to them.

People 1: what was that?

People 1 wife: I have never heard anything like that devastating ever!

All the villagers came out of their homes with torches of fire and what did they see a creature so terrible, that they had never seen before. they tried scaring it with torches, but that only made it angrier. he ran wildly on the field, ripping apart the freshly cut crop and destroyed it. it stamped mercilessly on the sacks of grapes, destroying the crops! the villagers were horrified. they went to the king.

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The Story of Atlanta 2020 | Moral Stories for Kids | Bedtime Stories

People: your majesty! a terrible creature is laying waste to all our fields and orchards.

King: creature?

People: it looks like a boar but it is not.... a bountiful harvest that we had this year.... so much of it is destroyed!

People: if we do not stop this creature soon, we shall lose everything!

Oneus: this after, the fairies, angels, and spirits have been so kind to us your highness?!

King: in the carnival, when we built altars for the fairies, angels, and spirits. we must have forgotten someone.

The King went over the list of the spirits, fairies, and angels.

King: we forgot the keeper of the woods! we became so obsessed with our fields and orchards that we forgot the importance of forests and trees and its creatures. twice no wonder she is punishing us. organize a grand festival in the honor of fairy Diana the keeper of the woods.

The people of the kingdom got together to pay their respects to the keeper of the woods Fairy Diana. but just as they lift the ceremonial fire. the great boar appeared and stepped it out. People ran screaming and screeching from the place. even the king and Prince were horrified. fairy Diana appeared before them.

Diana: I accept your apology but you have offered it only because your precious crops are getting destroyed. try and capture my ball when your people live in its constant fear and don't know how to control it, they will never again disrespect the forest and its creatures.

King: I shall go to capture the creature.

Princeno father! the carnivals were my responsibility. I shall go and capture the creature.

King: very well, but you will not be able to do it alone. you must have a team of the best hunters and warriors with you.

So messages were sent throughout the kingdom and even to neighboring ones requesting assistance from the best hunters and warriors there. on the appointed day all of them gathered to meet with the prince.

Warrior 1: Can you believe it? a boar whose high does not burn in fire or it pierced by an arrow?

Warrior 2: a boar who has destroyed almost all the crops of this kingdom?

Warrior 3: I cannot wait to hunt the creature down. I am certain all of this is an exaggeration.

Atlanta: why would the king exaggerate the information and call the best hunters and warriors of his own and other kingdoms?

Warrior 1: a woman talking about hunting? that is weird.

Warrior 2: maybe you have lost your way. this is a gathering of hunters and warriors.

Atlanta: and that is exactly why I am here.

Warrior 3: are you looking for a husband? this is not the right time, you know. meet me after I have captured the boar.

Atlanta: we shall see in the forest. or are you just too scared to see a girl capture the precious boar and you hide behind anger!

PrinceWelcome gentlemen and my lady! we need your help!

Warrior 1: we will not help you if she comes along too.

Warrior 2: yes, if she is there we will all leave!

The Story of Atlanta 2020 | Moral Stories for Kids | Bedtime Stories

Princein that case, I cannot force you to stay. if you do not have the courage to accept that a woman may be as powerful as you are or maybe more than you do not have the courage to face the mighty boar. decide once and for all, will you stay or leave?

The hunters stayed and the team went to look for the wild boar. they saw it head into the forest.

Atlanta: we will not kill it. all we have to do is to capture it, hence dip all your arrows in this will make the creature unconscious.

They entered the forest. they climbed the trees or hid behind rocks. one hunter shot an arrow at the creature. the arrow broke into two on coming in contact with its tough hide. the boar became so angry that he ripped out the tree on which the hunter was sitting. he was just about to attack the hunter when Atlanta jumped on his head and pierced a spear in its side. which such speed and strength that the boar wobbled.

The Prince dashed out and put another arrow in the creature and the boar fell unconscious. it was put in a metal cage after Atlanta applied medicine to its wounds.

Atlanta: There! you will be fine now! maybe fairy Diana will be pleased.

Diana: oh! yes, I am pleased. I am pleased that you treated my boar with such compassion. and I am pleased with you Prince for seeing the worth of a woman and not judging her as weak just because she is a lady. I blessed that all the bounty be returned to your land.

Prince: thank you, great keeper, of the woods, we are so sorry for disrespecting you. we have now learned our lesson. never again shall we forget the importance of forests, trees, and creatures in our lives.

The king was happy and the entire country rejoiced. they gave special places of honor to Atlanta for saving their land. there were feasting and dancing all night.

Prince: you were wonderful out there!

Atlanta: and so were you.

Prince: You gave the first, most important blow.

Atlanta: Err... I must go back soon.

Prince: oh yes! but can't you stay for just a few more days?

Atlanta: I...

Prince: please... I would really like to get to know you. that is if you don't mind...

Atlanta: Aah! I guess a few days is all right! we can explore the forests together!

Prince: sure! it was an honor to hunt with you.

Atlanta: yes, for me too...

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