Aesop Fables

Dog, Wolf


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A Fable is a short imaginary tale that teaches a moral or a lesson.  The story can be in prose or verse.   In a Fable animals often talk and act like people.

Aesop was an Ancient Greek fabulist or story teller credited with a number of fables now collectively known as Aesop’s Fables



1. The Good Man and His Son. 6 characters.  Moral Value:  We can not always do what people want us to do.  We can´t please everybody because there will always be someone who will not  agree with us. Don´t listen to other people’s gossip.

2. The Stork and The Fox.  2 characters.  Moral:  One bad turn deserves another. 

3. The Lion and the Mouse 4 characters .   Moral:  One good turns deserves another. 

4.  The Hare and the Tortoise . 3 characters.  Moral:  Never give up when faced with failure.

5. The Fox and The Goat. 2 characters.  Moral:  Never trust the advice of a man in difficulties.  

6.  The Chicken of the Golden Eggs. 7 characters. Moral:  Ambition can makes us do thing that we can regret later.  Don`t be impatient and greedy.

7. Peter and The Wolf. The Boy Who Cried Wolf.   7 characters.  Moral:  People will not trust liers, even if they say the truth. Script about lying.

8. The Ant and The Grasshopper. 2 characters.  Moral:  It is best to prepare for the days of necessity.

9. The Donkey and The Wolf. 2 charactersAuthor: Aesop Fable .  Moral:  Stick to what you know, and be true to yourself. 

10. The Fox and The Grapes: 1 character.  Moral: Some people disdain and underestimate what they cannot have.

11. The Two Hungry Dogs. 2 characters.

12. The Milkmaid and Her Pail Of Milk. 3 characters.  Moral:  Don’t count your chickens before they are hatched.

13. The Turtle and The Eagle. 4 characters.  

14. The Hens. 6 characters.  Moral:  Don’t despise the weak and insignificant, maybe they are luckier than us.

15. The Old Woman and the Doctor5 characters. 

16. The Bear and The Two Travelers. 4 characters.  Moral:  Misfortune tests the sincerity of  friends.

17.  The Fox and The Cat2 characters.  Moral:  Don’t make fun of others, and don’t underestimate their qualities which may seem insignificant.

18.  The Rooster and the Fox.  5 characters.  Moral:  Beware of the sudden offers of friendship.


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