Written by Safaa Ali
In this modern fable, Safaa Ali tells the story of a horrible drought in the jungle. Assembled by the tiger king, all the animals are challenged to find a solution. Find out how the peacock is transformed from the least beautiful animal to the most impressive.
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About the Author
My name is Safaa Ali and I am 9 years old. I live in the city of Toronto. This story started as a class assignment on pourquoi tales. At first I thought of writing about a natural phenomenon such as thunder or lightning, but finally was inspired to write a tale about a peacock because of two beautiful peacock feathers that someone had once given me. I love writing and reading a lot. I like to write poetry, stories and plays. In my free time, I also like to draw and sew. In the future, I see myself as an artist, a writer, or a scientist – the possibilities are endless.
About Kids Write 4 Kids
Ripple Digital Publishing started its annual Kids Write 4 Kids creative challenge to encourage kids to read and write. Our sense of self, creativity and ambition grow from the support we had during our youth. By providing youth with opportunities to share their stories, we hope to help build a generation of adults that love to read and write.
Kids Write 4 Kids is a non profit program by Ripple Foundation. Net proceeds are donated annually to different charities and schools. Ebooks are available to download at Apple iBookstore, Amazon Kindle’s Kindle and Kobo eBooks. Printed version can be purchased at Amazon Bookstore.