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The Missing Nest

complete the story Divya lived with her mom and dad in a very beautiful bungalow. There was a huge mango tree right in the middle of their front yard. The tree was so big that some of its branches began brushing against the windows of the second floor. So Divya’s dad hired a gardener to come and trim the unruly tree.
While trimming the tree the gardener realized that Mrs. Crow had built a nest in one of the branches. The gardener called out to Divya to come and take a look at the eggs inside the nest.
Divya was really excited. She wanted to “adopt” the eggs and take the nest inside the house. But she knew that Mrs. Crow would get worried if she could not find her eggs when she came back in the evening. Although Divya wanted the eggs, she did not want to upset Mrs. Crow. What could she do?



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pranoti

Divya took the nest and placed it on the window sill just next to the tree and so the crow saw the nest when she came back and thus Divya could adopt the eggs without upsetting Mrs. Crow.

sayalisaoji

Divya took the whole nest inside the house when Mrs.Crow came back in the evening. She took the crow also with her inside.

bhuvaneswari

Divya could make another nest where she could keep some eggs. In this way she could have not made Mrs. Crow upset.

Isabelle

Divya waited until Mrs Crow had arrived home from searching for insects, and pleaded with her to keep the eggs. Mrs Crow wasn't very pleased at the idea, so she flew off again. Divya then thought of moving the nest away from the window and on to another branch higher up. She asked the gardener to gently move the nest onto a large branch higher up. This he did very well and when Mrs Crow arrived back, Divya told her the plan, and Mrs Crow was very thankful...

gurkiratsaini

Finally, Divya decided that she will watch the eggs through her room window on the second floors. This way, she can watch the eggs and not upset Mrs. Crow.

AMBILI.E.

Divya pleaded with her father to delay the remaining trimming until the eggs hatch and the little crow babies are able to fly so that the mother crow leave the tree with them. Her father understood her feelings for the crow family and agreed. After some days the crow family happily left the place. While they where about to leave the little crow babies along with their mother were making a small fuss with such sounds which Divya heard as "th..than..thank u Di..Divya"...!

Christy Ho

Divya took the nest and placed it on the window sill just next to the tree and so the crow saw the nest when she came back and thus Divya could adopt the eggs without upsetting Mrs. Crow.

Rekha Chander

Divya thought of a plan.She kept the eggs on the tree branch and she used to take care to it by seeing that no snake or other animals harms the eggs.This way she kept the eggs safely.

namratha

Divya told the gardener not to cut the branch and when the eggs bursted she fed them whatever she had. In this way she had adopted them.

Rushali

DIVYA TOOK THE NEST TO HER HOME KEPT THE EGGS ON THE WINDOW SILL, WAITED FOR MRS.CROW AND WHEN SHE RETURNED SHE ASKED MRS. CROW WHETHER SHE COULD ADOPT THE EGGS.

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