A fable by James Thurber , reading comprehension. I love this story because it shows how prejudice can lead to hatred and the text can lead to a debate or discussion with students . Here are the writing activities I gave to check the reading . The students usually like this story. 1. Imagine a sequel to the story . Focus on the consequences of the events and pay attention to the literary genre (200 words). 2. Would you say this story is still up to date ? Use precise examples to justify your answer (200 words).