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Noor Fatima
Noor Fatima
The City School
Kelvin's Good Deed
Published On Nov 4th 2012
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Once there was a family which was very poor, they had one son name Mark. Mark was very intelligent and clever and love to study but his parents couldn't afford to pay the fees of the school. Young Mark was very sad that he could not study and decided that he will earn money and pay the fees but there was not enough working in his village so the others go out of the village to work. So Mark was extremely sad.
One day Mark was going to buy some vegetables for home and saw a boy who was about to drown in the river he hurried to the river and saved the boy. The boy was the son of the richest family in the state. His name was Kelvin (it’s not Kevin) he thanked Mark for saving his life, Kelvin asked him that were did he lived. Mark told everything to Kelvin and Kelvin felt so sorry for Mark that he decided to help Mark. He told his father that he wants to help Mark; Kelvin's father was very proud of his son and said that he can help the boy.
The next day Kelvin was at his school and Mark was there to, they both went to the same school and Kelvin's father gave the fees of Mark and they both were very happy.
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Comments 4
Anam Uswa! You have no right to tell Momina what to write as a's her opinion!I must tell you,acts like these create Vshine into a fighting site. I liked this story ALOT!!! Anam
Nov 4th 2014
Munkashay NICE! Munkashay
Jul 17th 2014
Uswah Momina dont only say its nice also give suggestions ; Noor Fatimah u can do better and top the world if and only IF u try Uswah
Jul 13th 2013
Momina Its a good story; the moral should be do good get good. . . i enjoyed it alot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Momina
Dec 21st 2012

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