Once upon a time, there was a beautiful kingdom inhabited by dragons and fairies. The dragons were powerful creatures with large wings and shiny scales, and the fairies were magical beings with delicate wings and colorful clothes.
The dragons and fairies lived in harmony, but there was one problem: every day, a dragon named Zé was very grumpy and always burned the fairies' houses with his fire breath. The fairies tried to talk to him, but he didn't want to listen.
One day, a fairy named Lila had an idea. She decided she would make friends with Zé and try to find out why he was so grumpy. She flew to his cave and found him sitting alone.
"Hello, Zé. Can I sit here with you?", Lila asked. Zé looked at her and grumbled, "If you want."
Lila sat next to him and started to talk to him. She found out that Zé was sad because he lost his family in a fire and felt alone and useless. Lila listened with compassion and gave him an idea.
"Zé, you know how much the fairies love your fire breath? What if you used it to help the fairies plant their gardens and grow their flowers? That way, you wouldn't feel useless anymore and the fairies would be very happy," Lila suggested.
Zé was surprised by the idea and, for the first time in a long time, he smiled. He thanked Lila and together, they went to the fairies and explained the idea. The fairies were excited and started working with Zé.
From that day on, Zé didn't burn the fairies' houses anymore. Instead, he helped them plant their gardens and grow their flowers. And they all lived happily ever after.
The lesson of this story is that sometimes people do bad things when they are sad or alone. But if we offer friendship and understanding, we can help them find ways to be happy and useful again.