This was in a quiet suburb in the city of Scottsdale. The suburb had a nice school and a lovely park. A little girl named ChuChu and her younger brother ChaCha lived in the lovely suburb. Next door lived a little girl Chiku with her brother Chika. They all went to the same school and were very close friends. After school they loved playing in the neighborhood park. One day while playing they had noticed a man sleeping under a tree. This man seems to be sleeping whenever we see him. Oh yeah I noticed that too. Should we find out whether he is sick and need help? No. Let’s not go near strangers and talk to them. But, we should help. Once we go home Let’s tell mom and try to help him. You are right. Let’s do that. ChuChu ChaCha Chiku and Chika started to play. I need to get rid of these kids. They are disturbing my sleep. Need to make sure they never come back. Looking around the man noticed a few paint cans. Mommy There is a man in the park who is always sleeping. We fear that he is sick. We wanted to tell you and get him help. Good job. I shall look into it. ChuChu’s mom called the mayor’s office and reported. The mayor’s office assured to have a look into it. The mayor visited the park and he put a community notice. “Homeless man”. The mayor left the park and the man started to paint the monster. The weekend had started The kids head towards the park wanting to play. ChuChu’s mom with a book in her hand sat on the park bench. Mommy Mommy All of a sudden ChuChu’s mom heard the kids scream. Whoa What’s wrong? Why did you all scream? Why are you trembling? The kids pointed their fingers towards the painting. She saw the monster’s painting and held the kids. She distracted them by giving them some toys and a little candy. She called the mayor’s office and reported this incident. Folks, till we figure this out let’s not send the kids to the park alone. Play safe and yell out if you get scared. I’m right here. Just play where I can see you. We’d play right here and will be safe. As they were playing they see the man shivering. ChaCha, Looks like the man is really sick. Look at him shivering. You are right. Let’s go tell your mom. The kids run and tell ChuChu’s mom what they had seen. Good job little ones. Let me call for an ambulance to take him to the hospital. And the man got better. Who brought me to the hospital? He was told about the kids who found him sick. The man feld bad of his misdeed. Discharged from the hospital the man went to the park. He saw the kids playing from a distance. I was being mean to these little kids. It’s time to make it right. Let me remove this scary monster picture I had painted. From that day onward he sat and enjoyed watching the kids play. He watched over them and kept an eye on them ever after. It was a sunday afternoon in the heat of summer ChuChu’s mother was working in the kitchen The children were playing games and having fun Yay! And the grownups were relaxing The hot sun made ChuChu feel thirsty Phew! It’s really hot today! I better get myself some cool water to drink When ChuChu went into the kitchen, she saw her mother working there Oh! Look at mother! She looks so tired But she is still cooking everyone’s favorite things and she’s doing all the housework all by herself Poor mother! She is trying to make everyone happy and comfortable All by herself I should help her ChuChu stopped playing and went to help her mother Mother, I’d like to help you That’s very thoughtful of you, ChuChu When the rest of the family saw ChuChu helping her mother, they decided to help out too ChuChu’s father started washing the dishes ChuChu’s grandpa filled the water bottles ChuChu’s grandma helped with the cooking ChaCha set the dinner table The baby didn’t want to be left out and came forward to help too ChuChu’s mother felt very happy when she saw the whole family helping out Thank you, everyone! It’s really nice of you to help me out I’m really lucky to have such a loving family I love you all! ChuChu felt very happy when she realized that she set a good example for the others and made her mother’s work easier And we love you too, mother!