- Aespop’s Fables
A., & Holder, H. (1981). Aesop’s fables. New York: Viking Press.
- This book, tells each fable (each fable is about a paragraph) and then ends with the moral. For example, it tells the wll-known tale of The Hare and the Tortoise and then ends with “perseverance and determination compensate for the absense of natural gifts.”
- Readers who are learning about fables or learning certain life lessons would like this book.
- 4/4. I really loved the vivid and fun artwork in this book. Also, the style of the book would be useful in teaching about fables, because it includes the moral (a key competent of a fable) at the end of each story.
- What is the moral of the story, The Country Mouse and the City Mouse?