Once upon a time, there was a kind farmer. He is a peanut grower, but every day there is an annoying crow to make trouble, because with crows, the peanuts planted by the farmer are all getting smaller and smaller. The farmer decides to teach the crows a lesson, but he has to catch the crows first. What should he do? After thinking for a long time, the farmer came up with an idea. He put clay on the soil and left.
The next day, when the farmer saw it, ha ha, the crow was stuck by clay. The crow said, "let me go!"! I'll give you three feathers, and you'll find me if you take it The good farmer agreed.
One day, the farmer came to the crow's house with his feathers. The crow gave the farmer a box and said, "you mustn't say 'ah'!"
The farmer took the box and left. On the way, the farmer couldn't help shouting. He was surprised and happy. It turned out that there were many gold and silver treasures in the box. The farmer came to the market happily to buy vegetables. However, there were many people in the market. He bought a cabbage, and someone saw the box, so the man cheated the box away. The farmer didn't catch up with him and left.
That night, the farmer lit the lamp and read the book with interest. The man who stole the box last time saw him enter the farmer's house quietly. The farmer didn't know at all. As a result, the lamp was stolen by the man.
The farmer went to find the crow again. The crow gave him a bottle. The crow said, "if you want anything, he will give you something!" The farmer happily bottle everything up.
Since then, the farmer has lived a happy life.