Aesops Fables and Other Tales -A Childrens Story Book (The Childrens Story Book Series 1) Aesop Aesop

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Published: January 2nd 2015

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96 pages


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Aesops Fables and Other Tales -A Childrens Story Book (The Childrens Story Book Series 1)  by  Aesop Aesop

Aesops Fables and Other Tales -A Childrens Story Book (The Childrens Story Book Series 1) by Aesop Aesop
January 2nd 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 96 pages | ISBN: | 6.77 Mb

Fables are little stories meant to teach children the difference between what is right and what is wrong.Fables have been part of the upbringing of children for as longs as stories have been shared from one generation to the next, and long beforeMoreFables are little stories meant to teach children the difference between what is right and what is wrong.Fables have been part of the upbringing of children for as longs as stories have been shared from one generation to the next, and long before the words were written down in ancient times.Eventually fables would become moral plays and plays become theatre and theatre become film.

It should not be surprising then to find fables hidden within popular stories and films of our times.In this book, the first volume in the Children’s Story Book series, a number of Aesop’s Fables and variations of his fables are presented.This Story book is not a picture book, but a book of words.

The words are what are important in the stories ...Nothing will better help teach the morals behind the stories then to sit and read Aesop’s Fables with your children, or to listen as they read them to you.I remember when I was very young when I was first read Aesop’s Fables. Many years later I would read the Fables to other little children.It is somewhat amazing that Aesop’s Fables has been passed down from one generation to another for over 2,500 years.

The Fables are older than Euclid’s Elements, and far more universal.Aesop the fabulist is thought to have been born around the year 620 B.C. but the place of his birth is uncertain.He was brought, while young as a slave to Athens, and is said to have had several Masters. It is small wonder then that in a number of his Fables can be found the fate of men in servitude, and the desire to be free men.He spent part of his life amongst Croesus, King of Lydia, which is mentioned by Plutarch. In later life he would become an Ambassador, and as the Ambassador of Croesus at Delphi, during in the course of a diplomatic dispute was tossed unceremoniously from a precipice to his death about 564.

B.C.None of his Fables have survived in their original form, but have been passed from one fabulist to the next over many centuries.



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