In the forest, there is a fast rabbit. He likes to race other animals. He always wins. "I am very fast," he says. "I can win any race."
One day, the rabbit sees a turtle. "You are so slow. I am faster than you," he says. "Do you want to race me?"
"Yes," says the turtle. "Ha, ha. It will be easy to win," laughs the rabbit. "You will lose. Your legs are too short."
"Tomorrow we will have a race," says the rabbit. All of the animals are excited. They want to see the race. "The turtle will lose. He is too slow," they all say.
The turtle gets up early in the morning. The race is today. There are many animals at the race. The turtle walks to the starting line. All the animals laugh at him.
The rabbit is waiting for the turtle. "I will win," laughs the rabbit. "I will try my best," says the turtle.
The race begins. All of the other animals are excited. "Go, go, go," they say. The rabbit runs very quickly. The turtle walks slowly.
The rabbit turns around. The turtle is walking so slowly. "Ha, ha, you will never win this race," the rabbit says. The turtle is slower than the rabbit. The rabbit laughs at the turtle.
Then the rabbit sees a tree. "The turtle is so slow. I will take