The Laughter House by Manjari Shukla - Children's Stories Net


 
 
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"Oh...look at this house, it is so beautiful." Piggi said to his brother Giggi
With wide eyes Giggi replied "Yes, and it seems to be laughing; let's go inside and see."
They went inside the house hopping, jumping and giggling; they felt as if the doors and the windows were smiling and would burst into laughter at any moment.
 
Piggy said "I have this strange feeling, I feel as if everything inside the house is smiling."
Giggi replied "I can hear the sound of giggling as well."
Just then Piggi looked at the ceiling fan and cried "Lo and behold, this fan is laughing!"
"Oh, since both of you are very innocent and kind hearted children we are very pleased to see you here." the fan replied giggling.
Piggi smiled back, "Is this a magical house?"
"Maybe, maybe not, ha-ha" the dining table replied, laughing loudly.
"Actually we keep watching you in the playground every day. We always feel happy when you help someone."
A pink flowerpot with blue roses came forward and the flowers shook in admiration.
 
Piggi and Giggi were puzzled and looked at each other.
Giggi said, "But we don't recall what we have done."
"On the way you found a puppy lying injured on the road and you applied ointment and fed him biscuits." the table said.
 
A soft voice came from the far corner of the room.
"Oh! Who is it?" Piggi bent and looked under the dining table.
"Me, it's me, just look at the window over here." announced Purple curtain and smiled.
"But we had both forgotten that incident. We didn't feel that there was anything special about what we had done." Giggi replied without pride.
"Yes, because helping others is your nature and this house always welcomes good children like you who are always ready to help others."
Giggi asked innocently, "Can our friends also come, they too are very nice."
"Why not, we will wait for all of you" said the wall, which had been very quite so far.
 
"We will tell all our friends about this lovely happy house and bring them here to meet you," Giggi said, "and we will have lots of fun."
 
Piggi and Giggi burst out laughing and left the house to share this wonderful experience with their mother and friends.
 


 
 
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