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TUGGY THE LITTLE TUG BOAT
By JAMES HAYES
AuthorHouseCopyright © 2012 James Hayes
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Chapter OneTuggy the Tug Boat was chugging along the river. He said I'm so lonely I wish I had some friends. He didn't have anyone to talk to.
As he went down the river, he met a lion getting a drink from the river.
Hello Mr. Lion said Tuggy. Roar said the lion; go away you're bothering me. Tuggy went on his way. He wasn't very friendly thought Tuggy.
As Tuggy traveled down the river, he saw a train rumbling alongside the tracks. Hello Mr. Train, said Tuggy. Mr. Train was huffing and puffing, pulling his heavy load. He said hello Tuggy. I can't slow down and talk, I have to get my load to town. So off he went huffing and puffing toward town. Well thought Tuggy he was very busy, but at least he was a little nicer.
Tuggy went further down the river and saw two puppies playing. They would chase each other and then they would chase their own tails. Tuggy thought, what fun they are having. Tuggy spoke to them. Hello! said Tuggy what are your names. Wags and Wiggles said the two puppies, and what is your name they ask Tuggy. He answered my name is Tuggy, and I am looking for some friends. Will you be my friends? Yes said the puppies in unison, we will be your friends. We will meet you here every day as you go down the river. Just then the little puppy's mother called them to come in for dinner. So they said goodbye Tuggy, we will see you tomorrow.
Tuggy continued on down the river. He came upon a cute little kitten, chasing butterflies. Hello little kitten, my name is Tuggy. What's your name? My name's Cuddles, replied the kitten. Tuggy said, I'm looking for some friends. Will you be my friend Cuddles? I suppose, said Cuddles. Good said Tuggy, I will meet you here every day as I go down the river. Ok, said Cuddles and off she scampered chasing more butterflies.
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