Gustav’s New Friend

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Once upon a time in a cozy Swedish village, a curious creature from across the sea came to stay with a loving family. The villagers had never seen anything like him: a big, fluffy creature with kind eyes and a mischievous smile. The French men who brought him called him Bigfoot, a legendary being from American tales. They believed the Larsson family was perfect to care for him. Bigfoot tried his best to fit in and be good, but, oh, it was a funny sight! His first challenge was learning Swedish. Each time Papa Larsson said, ‘Sitt ner!’ which means ‘Sit down,’ Bigfoot would scratch his head, letting out a puzzled grunt. One day, while trying to obey, he plopped down with such force that WHOOSH – the couch became a pile of fluff! The family couldn’t help but giggle at their squashy new seat. Then, the Larsson’s wanted to play dress-up with Bigfoot, starting with shoes. But, every pair they tried just wouldn’t do; either too small, too tight, or altogether split in two! Mama Larsson sighed with every shoe disaster but then little Elsa, the wise four-year-old, giggled and said, ‘Bigfoot doesn’t need shoes, he has big feet for a reason!’ Elsa understood that Bigfoot was happiest simply being himself. With lots of love and laughter, Bigfoot felt right at home, galloping and playing tag in the garden, couch or no couch, shoes or no shoes. And so, the village learned an important lesson: to love and accept friends just the way they are, even if they come from far, far away.

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