Snail Carpenter – Children’s Story about Values

By: Ognjen Livada



Text and Images from The Snail Carpenter

My Grandpa’s story went like this…

In the green meadow under the old branches lived a tiny snail. Curled up in his grubby little home he thought about all kinds of things. Most of them were very unusual things for a snail to think about. He thought about how much
he wanted to carve the old worn-out looking tree stump and make its surface gentle and nice. He thought of it during the days and dreamed of it at night, how he could carve the wood. Oh, the snail had such a great wish to be a carpenter.

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