Hatim Tai, a young man famous for being kind and brave, really wanted to see this island. He had been to many places, like hot deserts and green lands, but he always dreamed about the Island of Jewels. So, with his horse and a lot of hope, Hatim set off on a boat to find this mysterious island.
In a sea that sparkled under the sun, hidden in mist and old tales, there was a special island called the Island of Jewels. This island wasn’t made of gems, but it was made of starlight. Its beaches were like moonbeams, and its trees had bright leaves. Sailors often talked about this magical place under the stars.
He sailed for many days and started to feel sad because he couldn’t find the island. But just when he was about to give up, he saw a light through the fog. There was an island shining in the water, just like in the stories.
Excited, Hatim went to the island. The sand sparkled under his feet, and the trees glowed softly. The island was beautiful, but very quiet. No animals or wind, just a pretty place with no one else there.
Hatim found a big oak tree in the middle of the island. It was full of little stars. When he touched the tree, a voice spoke to him. It said the island was a place for his good deeds. If he was kind, the island would be beautiful. If he was greedy, the island would disappear.
Hatim knew what to do. He took care of the island. He helped birds, fixed broken leaves, and gave water to the plants. His small acts of kindness made the island come to life. Birds came back, and animals danced in the starlight. The Island of Jewels was full of life because of Hatim’s good heart.
But soon, some pirates heard about the island. They came to take its treasures. They didn’t see the real beauty that Hatim had helped grow. They just wanted to take the shiny things. Hatim talked to the pirates. He didn’t fight them, but told them about the island’s true beauty. The pirates felt sorry and helped fix what they broke. They left the island, changed by Hatim’s kindness.
The Island of Jewels stayed bright and happy. Hatim, happy to have helped, left the island, knowing that the best treasures are the ones we give, not take. His stories, like “The Elephant and Friends” and “The Boy Who Saved the Bird”, showed that kindness can make the world a better place. And the story of Hatim Tai and the Island of Jewels became a lesson about the power of being kind and helping others.