Steve & Fred make new friends- Learning to look beyond the surface
Once upon a time, in a far-off land, there was a little apple named Steve and a little banana named Fred. Steve and Fred were the best of friends. They did everything together, from playing hide and seek to having picnics under the sunny blue sky.
One day, as they were wandering through the orchard, they came across a group of fruits that they had never seen before. The first fruit was covered in spiky thorns and was named Spike (Rambutan's nickname), and the second fruit looked like a hairy ball and was named Fuzz (Strawberry's nickname).
Steve and Fred were fascinated by these strange new fruits and wanted to make friends with them. However, Spike and Fuzz were not interested in making friends with Steve and Fred. They told them that they were different and didn't belong in their group.
Steve and Fred were sad and felt left out. They didn't understand why they couldn't be friends with the other fruits just because they looked different. They decided to talk to their wise old friend,- The Grape, who lived in the vineyard.
The wise old grape listened to their problem and said, "Remember, my little friends, it's not the outside that matters, but what's inside that counts. Just like how you are sweet and delicious on the inside, Spike and Fuzz could be just as sweet and delicious too."
Steve and Fred realized the wise old grape was right. They decided to give Spike and Fuzz a chance, and to their surprise, they found that Spike and Fuzz were indeed sweet and delicious on the inside.
From that day on, Steve and Fred learned that it's important to look beyond the surface and get to know someone on the inside. They made new friends with Spike and Fuzz and had even more fun adventures, all because they were open to the idea that everyone is different and special in their own way.
Moral of the Story: Even though we may look different on the outside, we all have something unique and special to offer on the inside, just like how Steve and Fred may look different, but they are both equally delicious and nutritious