The Frog who wouldn't laugh - Cecilia Egan and Elizabeth Alger

This story is an adaptation of a legend of the Australian Aboriginal people.  It tells the story of Tiddalik, the frog who wouldn’t laugh.  One day Tiddalik, feels thirsty and he starts to drink, and he drinks and drinks until he swallows all the fresh water in the world.  The other animals need to make Tiddalik let out all the water or they will die.  They decide to make him laugh.  All the animals try to make Tiddalik laugh but nothing works until the eel starts dancing.

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