Sundari was a bid red, white and blue kite. When Bobby made her she smiled at him.

“You are beautiful and I will call you Sundari,” he said.

One day, Bobby took Sundari to the fair.
The band was playing and everyone was smiling.
A merry-go-round was playing a happy littel tune. It was carrying lots of boys and girls round and round on its wooden animals.

Bobby looked for an open space where he could run and fly his kite. Sundari looked too.
Out in the grass ran Bobby, holding up his kite as high as he could.

Puff! The wind came along. Sundari started to fly up! But she could not go very high. A little dog was holding on to her long tail. It was in his mouth.

Bobby shooed the dog away.

We’ll try again, ” Bobby said.
This time Sundari leaped up in the air. She tugged hard. Oh, she wanted Bobby to let go of her string!
She gave a big tug. Bobby had to let her go.

“Wheee!” cried Sundari. “Now I can fly as high as I please!”
And away she went. She flew up, up, up in the air.