Once upon a time there lived a little boy named Peter in a small town. He lived with his parents and grandparents in a tiny house at the edge of the town. He had a wonderful life, playing in the streets with his friends and helping his parents with the household chores.

One day, when Peter was playing in the streets, a group of strangers came to the town. The strangers were from a far-off kingdom and were very rich. They had brought a lot of gold, jewels and other precious things with them.

The strangers asked the people of the town if they wanted to buy some of their precious items. Everyone was excited to get their hands on the riches. Peter’s parents and grandparents were no different. They wanted to get something from the strangers too.

So, they decided to sell some of their possessions in order to buy the riches. They sold their cow, their tools and some of their furniture. With the money they got, they bought some of the jewels and gold from the strangers.

But the strangers were not honest. As soon as they got the money from Peter’s family, they quickly left the town and never returned. Peter’s family was left with nothing but a few pieces of jewelry and some gold.

They had been fooled by the strangers and had lost all their money and possessions. Peter was sad as he saw his family struggling to make ends meet.

He decided to take action. He asked the people of the town if anyone had seen the strangers. Fortunately, one of the people had seen them and told Peter where they were headed.

So, with the help of some of his friends, Peter set out on a journey to find the strangers. It took him a long time, but Peter eventually found the strangers and confronted them.

He demanded that they give back the money they had stolen from his family. The strangers were scared and gave back all the money they had taken.

Peter returned home with the money and his family was so grateful. They were able to get back all their possessions. Peter had taught them an important lesson; they should never trust strangers.

The moral of this story is that it is important to think before you act and always be careful when dealing with strangers.

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