The Little Girls Bedroom That Waited For A Little Girl by Ursula Varey - Children's Stories Net


 
 
Children's Stories Net
 
Free  Children's  Stories  by  Leading  Authors
 
  Home     Parents and Teachers     Submit your own Story     Contact Us   Share this Children's Stories Page on Face Book Share this Children's Stories Page on Twitter

 
FREE
Children's Stories

 
  Stories  
 
 Free Story Access 
 
 Children's Stories BLOG 
 
 This Weeks Featured Story 
 
 Sheila Helliwell's Stories 
 
 Elliot's Amazing Adventures 
 
 Robert Parfett's Stories 
 
 Artie Knapp's Stories 
 
Terry Fitterer's Stories
 
 Paul Ray's Stories 
 
 Dennyk's Stories 
 
 Stories From Ireland 
 
 New Children's Stories  
 
 Children's Stories 
 
 Poems & Rhyming Stories 
 
 Longer Children's Stories 
 
 Children's Authors 
 
 Author Sheila Helliwell 
 
 Author Linda Farrelly 
 
 Author Joanne Hayle 
 
 Young Writer Awards 
 
 Children's Story Illustrators 
 

 

 
 
Children's Stories Library
 
 Children's Stories Library 
 
 

 
 
The Not So Wise Owl - Children's Rhyming Story Book
 
 The Not So Wise Owl 
 
 

 
 
Elliot's Amazing Adventures Children's Book
 
 Amazing Adventures Book 
 
 

 
 
Sponsor Children's Stories
 
 Sponsor Children's Stories 
 
 
 
 
 
  New Children's Stories  
 
The Little Girls Bedroom That Waited For A Little Girl
 
Reader Star Rating: Children's Story Star Rating
 
Childrens-Stories.net Terms of use: you may view online and freely print a single paper copy of the entire story page for your own personal domestic private use, individual qualified Teachers may also freely print additional paper copies for teaching purposes within their own educational establishment. Any other use is strictly prohibited without prior written consent by letter from us, please see the contact us button above.
 

Children's Story: by
 
Once there was a poor girl named Rose.
She was small, but with a big weight on her shoulders as she had to take care of her sick mother all by herself.
 
Her mother could not bear to see her tiny daughter having so many worries.
She told her stories of their life before her father died to make Rose smile.
"We had a big house," she told her daughter, "and a garden with vegetables and there were wonderful fruit trees.
A bedroom all your own was filled with toys.
Your father read to you every evening while he sat you on his lap.
Happy were those days, you must think of them whenever you are tired or sad."
 
Many years passed and Rose became a woman.
She met a young man named Tom whom she married.
Rose and Tom were very happy together.
One day Tom said to Rose, "Let us find a big house to live in and raise a family."
Rose agreed, so they went out and saw a nice house which was for sale.
Immediately Rose loved this house.
"This will be a perfect home for a family," declared Tom.
 
Inside was a wonderful kitchen and a large family room.
A hallway upstairs led to the bedrooms.
 
Children's Story: by
 
The last bedroom, at the end of the hall, was circular shaped and big windows let in warm sunlight and a scented breeze from the garden.
Rose was very pleased, "This will make a perfect little girl's bedroom," she said.
 
Time passed and no children came to Rose and Tom.
One day, while Rose was dusting in the little girl's bedroom, she became very tired and lay down on the bed to rest.
She saw the light in the room dim.
A voice from nowhere spoke, loud and demanding, "Where is my little girl?"
Rose, feeling very strange replied, "But who are you?"
She heard the voice fading away as it answered,
"I am the little girl's bedroom, where is my little girl?"
 
Rose could not believe what she heard and thought she must be dreaming.
Unable to stop herself, she went to the toy box.
She searched through all the toys, looking for one in particular.
She did not know which, but when she uncovered a box of marbles she knew this was it.
She dropped the marbles onto the floor and they scattered everywhere.
She saw one fall into a hole in the wooden floor.
Curious, she inspected the hole and discovered a latch.
Rose fiddled with the latch until a lid popped up, the opened hole revealed a hidden scroll.
 
Rose woke from her dream-like sleep and took the scroll downstairs to show her husband Tom
He examined it and said, "This is a 'Certificate of Adoption' Rose, and it is for a little girl."
 
Intrigued, Rose took the certificate to the orphanage.
The people at the orphanage read it and with great surprise said,
"We have this very same little girl here!
Her adoptive parents died in a tragic accident and this girl had to be returned to an orphanage."
 
Rose knew immediately what she must do.
She and Tom adopted the little girl and took her home.
Rose took the little girl up to her room for the first time and watched as the excited little girl ran hither and thither, touching the corners of her room.
 
Once more, and never again, Rose heard the voice of the little girl's bedroom.
 
It whispered in her ear, "Thank you, thank you Rose, you brought home my little girl."
 
No longer childless, Rose and Tom began raising a family in their home and lived happily ever after.
 

The End
 
 
If you enjoyed this story, there are many more in our collection, to register for more Free Stories please click below or click the Free Story Access button top left on this page.
 
  Click Here    to Register for more Free Stories.
 
 
Story Rating   Five Star Children's Story Rating System
 
If you've already registered please rate this story below from your own point of view. Click one of the radio buttons next to a star below and then enter your registered email address. You can only rate each story once.
Children's Story Rating System: GREY - Not Yet Rated Not Yet Rated
Children's Story Rating System: BLUE - You consider the story is OK You consider the story is OK
Children's Story Rating System: RED - You think the story is Good You think the story is Good
Children's Story Rating System: GREEN - You would Recommend the story You would Recommend the story
Children's Story Rating System: GOLD - The story is Outstanding The story is Outstanding
 
Children's Story Rating System - User Email      Enter your Registered Email eg: name@mail.com
 
  click button to rate story
Story star ratings shown (2 to 5 stars) are the average of all rating scores to date, these may not update immediately subject to browser and local cache settings, in some cases it may take a few hours.
 
 
Thanks for your interest and happy reading.

 
 

 

 © designed, created, hosted and managed by   WWW Support Services    (click for info)