Who Will Take The Wool Sweater? / من سيأخذ كنزة الصوف

“Carcoor” came out of his house offering his wool sweater for sale. All of the horses, donkeys, chickens, cows and sheep tried to get their hands on that sweater, but “Carcoor” refused to sell it to anyone of those animals. But why? And what does a butterfly and a fabric seller have to do with this?

خَرَجَ «كَرْكور» مِنْ مَنْزِلِهِ عارِضًا كَنْزَتَهُ الصّوفِيَّةَ لِلبَيْع.

حاوَلَ كُلٌّ مِنَ الحِصان، الحِمار، والدَّجاجَة، البَقَرَةِ والخَروفِ الحُصولَ عَلَيْها، لَكِنَّ «كَرْكور» رَفَضَ بَيْعَها لِأيٍّ مِنَ الحَيَوانات.

لِماذا يا تُرى؟ وما عَلاقَةُ الفَراشَةِ وتاجِرِ الأقْمِشَةِ بِذَلِك؟


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Weight 105 g
Dimensions 28 × 20 × 2 cm





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