The Happy Trumpet – Bedtime Story For Kids

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Bedtime stories for kids are a gateway to an unknown world where every word brings you closer to a new reality or realization. Kids can be taught a lot through this creative tool that has proven helpful since time immemorial.

Here’s an outstanding bedtime story for kids about a magic trumpet and a little girl’s efforts to bring back the trumpet of happiness. Come and join us in discovering some amazing moral stories for children that teach us some sound moral values as well.

The Happy Trumpet – Bedtime Story For Kids

There was once a land in which the sound of a magic trumpet brought happiness and joy to all. However, one day, the trumpet disappeared, and everyone in that land ended up feeling sad.

A little girl went off to find the trumpet. She went to meet the wise old man of the mountains. The man told her that the trumpet was in the Well of Shadows, and he gave her a violin which might turn out to be useful.

When the girl arrived at the Well, she heard some musicians playing sad tunes. On hearing such sad music, the girl thought that no one would want to come out of the well to be greeted by such sad atmosphere.

So she started to play the cheeriest, happiest music she could. Soon the trumpet came out, more joyful than ever. And, once again, happiness returned to that land.

Thanks to this, the girl realized the value of offering joy to others and from that day onwards, in that land everyone rejoiced with music and smiles.

Moral: Spread happiness wherever you go.

Hope you enjoyed reading this magical story as much as enjoyed sharing it! Do share your views below in the comments section. We will keep bringing you more such stories for kids in English, stay tuned and keep coming back for children stories with morals.

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Kylie is an ardent writer and a serial blogger in addition to being the founder of where she writes about growing the happiness ratio of parenthood.


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