In a castle in a gloomy valley, there lived a very lazy ogre. He was so lazy and so miserly that he always tried to get people to work for him for free. The day that he received the largest order he had ever had, he decided to trick the surrounding villages and made all the children work without taking a break to rest. The situation continued until the day that one of the children changed things by making the ogre discover the power of laughter.
The story is inspired in principle 9 of the Rights of the Child, according to which children should not work until they reach the minimum specified age and they must be protected from any kind of neglect, cruelty and exploitation.