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The Happy Pyramid by 5 year old Nayara Tharakan from Mysore Tangram#19

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Hey little ones. Your new best friend Sara here. 5 year old Nayara Tharakan, from Mysore has shared this fun story from Little Readers Nook. Read on! Can you think of a story on this tangrams too? Send them to me at



The Happy Pyramid family tangram STEM Sara's activities for kids Bookosmia

Once upon a time, there was a happy Pyramid family. The Appa (daddy) pyramid and the baby pyramid were best friends. This pyramid family had  been living in the hot desert for many years. One day, the Appa pyramid  peeped out and saw many pyramid families like theirs travelling and settling
down in and around their home. Their sandy neighborhood was becoming  crowded and noisy. So, Appa pyramid decided to shift to another place. He  always wanted to experience the cold. So, the Appa pyramid said bye to his baby and off he went to Antarctica! He was welcomed by the friendly penguins, the sea lions and the polar bears. They looked at him in wonder!


They had never seen a pyramid before. Soon, the Appa pyramid was  everybody’s favourite. The penguins used the pyramid as their sliding slope.  The sea lions went down the sides of the pyramid and splash, they fell into the ice cold waters.


But the Appa pyramid soon began to shiver and freeze as he was not used to  the cold weather and he wanted to leave. But the penguins pleaded with him  to stay back and made him a big warm jacket out of round stones. The Appa  pyramid was very happy and he stayed on there.

Suddenly, the baby pyramid woke up with a start. She ran to Appa pyramid with  her eyes full of tears and said, “Appa, would you be leaving us to go to  Antarctica to live with the penguins and the polar bears?”


Appa laughed and said, “Oh, I would I never leave you ever, little one! But let’s  all go together to Antarctica on a holiday next summers.”

“Thank God it was just a dream!” cried the baby pyramid.


Nayara Tharakan, 5, Mysore

30 Replies to “The Happy Pyramid by 5 year old Nayara Tharakan from Mysore Tangram#19”

  • Tracy Thomas

    Lovely story nayara! I liked it. Love , Amyrah

  • Love it Nayara!

  • Lakshmi

    Unique dream. The theme and the object used in this blog is amazing. every child feels it. The way you expressed is wonderful. All the best Nayara.

  • Mainu

    Lovely ?????

  • Sarah Dilip

    Such a beautiful story, Nayara! I loved every bit of it! Waiting to read another one!

    Loads of love,

  • Dr.Dilip Johny

    Very creative and beautiful story Nayara baby. Will be looking forward for more stories.

  • Khushi

    Lovely line of thought Nayara

  • Aparna

    Lovely story Nayara baby!

  • Aditi Sood

    Beautifully written and thoughts put together @Nayara:)

  • Swathi

    So proud of you my little grand daughter.Write more and more stories and books.God bless you.

  • K C Belliappa

    Lovely story, Nayara! The dream part at the end was the best surprise!


    Beautiful story Nayara! Well written! ?

  • Thara Belliappa.

    Lovely story Nayara.Loved it.All the best. ???


    Beautiful story Nayara! Well written! ?

  • K C Belliappa

    Lovely story, Nayara! The drea part at the end was a beautiful surprise!

  • K C Belliappa

    Lovely story Nayara.Dream part at the end was a beautiful surprise.

  • K C Belliappa

    Lovely story Nayara.Dream part at the end is a beautiful surprise.??

  • Elizabeth

    Such a sweet story Nayru! And very relatable! Good job !

  • Reshma Appanna

    Nayara Shaamu…lovely story! So much of imagination in that small little think tank! will wait for the next one.

  • Dechamma Chetan

    Nayara your story..very touching and well thought . God bless you. May you write many more such lovely stories.

  • Smitha Elizabeth Oommen

    Nayara, keep dreaming and telling all of us your beautiful stories. Thank you for letting us into your little world.

  • Vaibhavi

    This is lovely ! 🙂

  • Nikhil Mehta

    Such a lovely story Nayara! Always so refreshing to read something as original and clever as this.

  • Shruti Brijesh

    Cheers to my super talented niece:))
    Looking forward to more stories from you sweetie.
    God Bless you.

  • Savitha

    So sweet ?? ? good job Nayara

  • Ancy Rodrigues

    I enjoyed reading the story. Way to go Nayara. God bless, keep writing and sharing your lovely stories.

  • sumi dutta

    Lovely story baby… God bless you.

  • Dhanush

    Very nice!!!!!

  • Veena

    Nayara, The idea of using the pyramid family as the theme is so unique. Much needed ‘out of the box ‘ thinking.

    Enjoyed reading every bit and am off right away to share it with my son too..
    May you shine always !

  • Pramila Mohan

    Fantastic Nayara

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