There was once a baby Goat.
He thought he was a grown-up Goat, because he had big horns growing on him.
He felt he could take care of himself.
So one day, he didn't go back when his mother called for him.
He wanted to eat more grass.
By the time he looked around, he was the only one left. He was all alone.
The wind blew, scaring him. The baby Goat shook from the cold.
He thought about the bad Wolf.
When he looked around to find his mother, he found the bad Wolf!
The baby Goat knew he was in trouble.
"Please, Mr. Wolf," he said.
"I know you are going to eat me, but first please play a song for me."
The Wolf liked the idea. So, he started playing.
The baby Goat started to dance. At the same time, the rest of the Goats were heading home.
The family Dogs could hear the music the Wolf was playing. It was the song he plays before he eats.
The Dogs rushed back to find the baby Goat. The Wolf started running away when he saw the Dogs. The Wolf was not happy he couldn't eat his meal.
Lesson: Focus on the task.