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  • Title: Aesop's Fables
  • Author: Carol Watson
  • ISBN: 9780881100938
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Library Binding

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137 thoughts on “Aesop's Fables”

  1. Aesops Fables is a classic childrens book, which includes a series of short stories involving different animals At the end of every short story there is always a moral, which tells the child the lesson to be learnt from the story I would recommend older children to read these stories, as the meanings behind them may be too complex for younger children, but I promote children to read this book as it has very entertaining short stories in with powerful moral messages.


  2. Just when I thought I had read Aesop s Fables, this lovely little book ends up in my random library book selection A lovely collection of fables, as well as a brief history on Aesop, makes this a lovely read Nick Price s illustrations are just amazing After each story, the moral behind the story is given Some fantastic life skills lessons to be shared with the class tomorrow.


  3. This book contains a collection of morals and lessons explained in simple language that is suitable for children to enjoy Each fable has its own individual moral and lesson including such classics as the Tortoise and the Hare, The Thirsty Crow and the Lion and the Mouse I used this book for Guided Reading when I was on a work experience placement with a year three class The simple language and underlying morals worked well in not only improving the students reading skills, but also teaching valu [...]


  4. I have been reading this book and it s got great lessons and the stories are in short paragraphs.My favorite has to be the story about the Lion and Man and how each thinks the other is most powerful, they come to a statue where a man is strangling a lion and the man insists that man is powerful only for the lion to say that if it were made by a lion, then the man would be beneath the lion s paw all about perspective indeed, it s a good book to share with everyone including kids they would learn [...]


  5. This book contained some of the best fables known It told the story of the hare and the tortoise, The wolf in sheep s clothing, the bear the beehives, the ant the grasshopper, the fox the grapes, the dog his shadow, and lastly the lion the mouse This book had vibrant and colorful illistrations that really kept me interested.This book even contained some pop ups that would interest many children and make them involved with the story I was even playing with them This was a great book and i would r [...]


  6. Fun stories with pertinent life lessons In a sense Aesop s Fables forms a bridge between Greek mythology an explanation for what is not understood and where their philosophy and social science eventually evolved to.Even now a reader would be hard pressed not to find and be bettered by the short passages in this book These should not just be taught to the youngest generations, but all generations regardless, or perhaps so, of how they view their intelligence.


  7. This isn t the copy I read but it will do as my copy was lost some time ago and I fear it s out of print Suffice to say that the classic tales of Aesop have stayed with me throughout my life and I truly adored reading them as a kid One of my favourite book of stories that I plan to share with my future children.


  8. A children s classic, or so we re told I always find myself somewhat surprised at the lessons or morals derived from each fable I may have chosen a different lesson for some of the tales When the kids and I read through Aesop s we usually discuss all possible lessons learned from the character s actions.


  9. This classic book is a great daily read aloud, kids wont get sick of it and will like having alone time with this book so they can tell themselves the stories.Themes lessons, cause and effect, right and wrong,,listening,,etc



  10. This isn t the one I read as a child but I loved these stories I rememhber reading them to my brother when he was younger as well


  11. This was a compilation of fables both majorly known and some unknown to the population I liked these and could be great for bedtime or great within the classroom.



  12. This will be one the first books I read my children Anthropomorphized lessons that this book can teach you should be read by all children and adults.



  13. An easy read It s pretty amazing to see how many of these mini stories ended up as part of our cultural collective Most of the stories are relevant to current times with the exception of a few.





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