Once upon a time in the city of Jericho there was a spring without any water, so no one could grow any food because the ground was too dry. So the men of the town told a kind priest who had been given special magic powers by God.
The priest said there was no water because the water was sick so he sent the men to get him some salt which he sprinkled on the ground where water should have been coming from. Somehow, that did the trick and the water was healed so the townsfolk had some water again.
Then the priest went out of the town gates where some children teased him because he was bald so the priest used his special magic powers to make two bears come out of the woods and eat forty two of the children. The children's mummies and daddies didn't mind because they probably thought their children deserved to be eaten by bears for teasing a kind priest just because he was bald.
Then the kind priest went away and lived happily ever after. The people of the town still remember how kind he had been to them and the wonderful things he did.
2 Kings 2:19-25
Goodnight children. Sweet dreams!
Tomorrow we'll have a story about a special fire for burning and torturing people in if they do what the priests say.