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Mother GooseAesop's Fables

This is a collection of tales from the Greek story teller, Aesop. Aesop was a slave in ancient Greece. He was a keen observer of both animals and people. Most of the characters in his stories are animals, some of which take on human characteristic and are personified in ways of speech and emotions. However, the majority of his character retain their animalistic qualities; tortoise are slow, hares are quick, tigers eat bird, etc. Aesop uses these qualities and natural tendencies of animals to focus on human traits and wisdom. Each fable has an accompanying moral to be learned from the tale.

The Bear and the Bees
The Boy Who Cried Wolf
The Boys and the Frogs
The Cat and the Rooster
The Cat, the Rooster, and the Young Mouse
The City Mouse and the Country Mouse
A Council of Mice
The Dog and His Reflection
The Donkey and His Master
The Fox and the Crow
The Fox and the Lion
The Fox and the Mask
The Frog and the Ox
The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg
The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion's Share
The Man and His Two Wives
The Peacock's Complaint
The Rooster and the Fox
The Rooster and the Jewel
Sour Grapes
The Tiger and the Crane
The Tortoise and the Hare
Two Men and the Bear
The Wind and the Sun
The Wolf and the Crane
The Wolf and the Goat