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What are Dinosaurs?

Millions of years ago, many dinosaurs existed. They are very ferocious and would eat three to four animals of the forest at a single point in time. At times, 4–5 came together in the forest to kill the animals and fill their stomachs.

By noticing this, the animals of the forest were troubled. They had to face the same problem in the following days as well. These dinosaurs would also destroy their house several times. On the other hand, the little dinosaurs are very different and less roared, unlike the big dinosaurs.

Let us look at one Dinosaur story from this article.

The Angry Little Dinosaur: The Story

The Little Dinosaur

The Little Dinosaur

There was a little dinosaur by the name of Fred.

Fred was so angry! He had to find a new pair of shoes without laces. And SOMEONE had put them SOMEWHERE where he couldn’t find them!

Fred stomped around his house looking for a new pair of shoes.

And the longer he couldn’t find them, the ANGRIER and ANGRIER he got!

He was stomping so angrily that he kicked his toe! And that really hurt! He let out a huge ROAR! It was so loud that it made the Earth tremble.

His parents came running from behind the big volcano where they were sleeping.

“What’s wrong,” they asked Fred.

EVERYTHING! said Fred.

Mummy frowned. “Surely not everything. Fred?”

EVERYTHING! said Fred, more definitely.

“Really everything?” asked Daddy. But Fred had given up answering. He sat right where he was… on a PRICKLY BUSH!

“Owwww!” he cried, jumping up and holding his tail. And then he forgot that his own tail was prickly, too!

And it prickled him!

“Owwww!” he wailed again. “See! Everything about today is bad!”

“It seems to me,” said Mummy. “That you need to take a few big breaths. You are like that big volcano over there. The hotter you get, the more you’re bubbling over!”

“If you can close your eyes and take a few deep breaths, you will be able to cool down.

And then you will be able to really watch what you’re doing and think about things more calmly. I think you’ll find everything will be better then.”

Could it really be possible? Fred decided things couldn’t be any worse. He closed his eyes and relaxed his angry face. Already he felt a little bit better.

And now that he was quiet, he could hear his breaths. In they came, and then out they went again. Fred could feel the air filling his body like a cool drink of water. He could feel the Sun on his face and it was warm.

He became aware of how he had been feeling previously. Hot, like a volcano. His heart was racing and his blood rushing about his body like he wanted to fight something.

He could now see how protected he was and how quiet everything was, and while he stood there, he could feel those feelings. He had fresh feelings and a new notion as well.

“I know where my shoes are now!” he exclaimed.

“I took them off yesterday, when I went swimming in that muddy mangrove. Iwill go and get them.”

Fred walked through the forest and back to the muddy mangrove. There were his shoes, waiting for him.

But now that Fred felt better, he remembered how much fun it was to swim and play in that muddy mangrove.

“I don’t think I need my shoes at all,” Fred decided. He took a run and jumped - SPLASH! - right into all that delicious mud.

It was warm and nice and sloppy in the mud. Fred flopped around in it all morning.

And his belly flop made the Earth tremble. But this was in a much better way for everyone!


This is the story about a little dinosaur, Fred, that is explaining its experience while playing and how it fell down. It also talks about a particular situation that it faced while playing.

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FAQs on Bedtime Stories on Dinosaur

1. What is the name of the little Dinosaur?

The name of the little Dinosaur was Fred.

2. Why did Fred stomped around his house?

Fred stomped around his house looking for a new pair of shoes.