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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

In the begenning

In the deep blue sea there lived a parent like no other named Tangaroa and she was a God. Tangaroa looked like a mermaid.  She looked after all the fish and sharks, she was their parent, but the grown ups were her brothers and sisters. She worked as a doctor and a teacher. She taught her own children and she was trapped in a very big house with the King of the sea.

One day the wind was blowing hard and it was freezing cold, the King was in their house. “What do we do now” they said with fear.  Tangaroa had to escape but how she thought and thought until she got an idea, maybe they could escape from the widow.

The problem was that Tangaroa thought that the King was going to kill her and her children but the king wanted to tell them that the bank of fish was broke.

Someone went into the bank and they robbed all the
money. Luckily when Tangaroa and her children were escaping they saw the king, he told them the bad news. So Tangaroa called a meeting in Fishville City, everyone came especially Tangaroa's children.

“We have to find that person and fast” said Tangaroa . In fishville city the person who stole the money went up to the bank and gave it back. The people were amazed who the person was, it was Tangaroa’s brother Tawhirimatea. He told Tangaroa the reason why he stole the money. “It was because my family and my wife have no money so we didn’t have any food, water, clothes, and shelter”. “Why didn’t you tell me if you had to, I would have given you some money” replied Tangaroa. Tawhirimatea thought as hard as he could how to repay it back to the bank after robbing them.  Suddenly he got an idea and he said “I know I could work as a baking chef in the bank so people can get their money and free cakes, muffins, Cupcakes, brownies, and lots more that I can bake”.

The next day the bank was full as if it was just invented. Tawhirimatea made a fortune and he got lots and lots of money. From that day on whenever Tawhirimatea needed help he asked somebody.

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