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Hector the little dinosaur

Italian Version


Hector is a little dinosaur who lives in the forest. He spends all his days eating flowers and having a rest.

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But you see, poor Hector is very, very slow. Flowers are not so tasty, but what else could he eat?

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One day, he finds a carrot. Looking around him he wonders: “Is there anyone who might steal my food?” Hopefully no one.

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“Hi Bunny. How are you?” “Hi Hector, not eating flowers today?” “I was just about to try this carrot”, replies Hector. “Interesting”, the bunny says, thinking for a minute...

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“Hey! You’re eating my carrot!” cries Hector. “Sorry, you’re too slow. Didn't you know? Carrots are my favourite food.”

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Later, on top of a rock, he’s searching: “What else could I eat?” Something sweet and juicy, he’s thinking. But can you see it?

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Oh look, an apple! That must be good. Can you see anyone who might steal his food?

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“Hi Bear. How are you?” asks Hector. “I’m hungry”, says Bear. “Me too!” replies Hector. “Let’s see who can get this apple first then”, says Bear.

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“I thought a bear’s favourite food was honey?…” But Bear is already eating the apple. Hector has been too slow again.

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He walks some more and... oh look, a salad! That must be good. Hopefully no one will steal his food. Who else might want this salad?

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“Oh, hi Snail. How are you?” “I’m very hungry”, says Snail slowly. “I see”, replies Hector, “shall we share then?” “Sure, but you better hurry!”

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Hector wants to run. But he’s very, very slow. Just a few more steps. But the snail is getting closer.

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Hector moves another foot. But the snail is much faster.

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“Don’t finish it: we can still be friends!” tries Hector one more time, desperately...

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Once again, Hector was too slow. There’s nothing left, the salad is gone, and there’s no more food around.

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When a little mouse comes to offer him a nut. “I’m small and fast, I can give you this and more. You’re big and strong, you can be my protector.”

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Hector is not alone anymore, he is so happy! Hopefully no one will steal his new friend. Can you see anybody?

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Oh no, a fox! “This mouse looks yummy. Do you mind if we share it?” asks Fox. “Well”, answers Hector, “if you want it You’ll have to do something for me.

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Mice are my favourite food, but I think those nuts taste much better. Go! I hold the mouse, you try the nut. Right behind you, tell me, is it tasty?”

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“Did you just play a trick on me?” grumbles Fox. “Where is the mouse, I want to know!” “I’m sorry”, Hector answers the Fox, “I ate it all, you’re far too slow!”

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That was the beginning of a beautiful friendship.


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