The Fox and the Stork and Other Fables
The fables of Aesop are full of wisdom garnered from life experiences: depend on yourself more than others, what goes around comes around, and always keep promises. But, learning from stories can sometimes be easier than just being told a lesson. Aesop's fables show people's strengths and weaknesses in action. Readers will see important character traits modeled for them in fables such as "The Lark and Her Young Ones" and "The Farmer and the Stork." Accompanied by lovely illustrations, each fable offers another opportunity for learning lessons that can be used every day.