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Twenty-five amazing stories for children
The reason why some children's novels, TV shows and films feature bestial characters is that they are probably intrigued by the sight of mammals. A number of writers have written fascinating stories about wildlife for youngsters such as Aesop's Fables, The Fantastic Mr. Fox by Roald Dahl, The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling and the Panchatantra, which have creatures that speak or behave like people.
Scientists have shown that the use of animal allows authors to tell a strong tale while at the same time keeping the emotive detachment (1). What is best, these stories about pets also come with a morale lesson! What do you think? Morale: The competition is winning slowly and steadily. Someday two geese try to pass a small and fragile viaduct across the canyon.
While they are fighting thoughtlessly, the brigde gives in and takes the two geese into the canyon. Morality: It is better to give in than to be stubborn. Morality: Incentive encourages people to act. Unhappily on the ranch, little dear ran to a near-by stream. Fearful and stranded, he wanted to be drowned in the canyon.
However, when he saw his mirror image in the stream, he realised that he was not an unattractive little duck, but a beauty! Morality: You are as pretty as you are. Morality: Do not forego a certain benefit for an unknown benefit. There will be a great dryness, and I am here to make sure I have it.
Foxes quickly jump onto goats and use their horn to get to the top so that goats stay in the well. Morality: Never rely on the counsel of a man in trouble. Morality: It's hard to disdain what you can't get your hand on. There is a small lake where a wild pig and a dandelion can be drunk.
Leo and wild pig then choose that it is best to reconcile and be pals than to struggle and become nourishment for beasts. They' re drinking the kettle together and then going their separate ways. Morality: Those who try are often observed by others to exploit their defeats. Morality: It is best to be prepared for need.
At the end of a party, two kittens see a slice of pie and begin to fight for it. They take a bit of one and then the other, but still find it uneven. Morality: If you fight, someone else benefits. Morality: Beautiful clothing may be hidden, but stupid words reveal a jester.
He asked the wind to eat the wind chill one night and chose to make a mischief. When the storks chose to give back their friendliness, they took the chestnut to supper and offered him a long neck, tight neck-glassed glass of sop. Morality: A poor turn of phrase merits another. Morality: It is simple to suggest impractical solutions.
Someone found a slice of flesh one of these days. When he left, he saw his mirror image in the aquarium and thought it was another little puppy with a slice of beef. He got eager and chose to have this one. Then he grabbed the mirror image and as soon as he opened his lips, his flesh dropped into the sea and disappear.
Morality: Be careful not to loose your body by reaching for the shade. There was a dandy lying sleeping in the forest when a little girl ran over him. He was furious that the girl was disturbing her sleeping and wanted to slay him. She pleaded with the lions to give them a reprieve and said she could help him one of these days.
Laughing at the thought, the Leo left. Shortly thereafter, the Leo was caught in a hunting net. And the little girl came by and saw the beast. He immediately ripped the net with his edged spikes and saved the beast. Morality: Little boyfriends can be good boyfriends.
Then, one morning, a crows was very thursty and found a jug with little in it. He couldn't get to the sea with his bill. He took in some rocks one by one and put them in the jug until the waters came. So, he cheerfully drunk the waters and fled.
Morality: A little after the other does the stunt. Morality: We often give our foes the means for our own devastation. Reaching the city, they go into a dinning room to enjoy jellies and pies, where they are driven out by two giant hounds and run for their life. Morality: Better to rest on your shoulders on your shoulders than on your knees on your knees.
He was a friend of a foolhardy villain who was living in the creek. Pair invites the apes to a meal and plans to devour their hearts. Crocodiles offer to take the apes on their backs so that they can traverse the stream to get home. "As soon as they get to the riverbank, the ape leaps from the crocodile's back and swears never to rely on him again.
Morality: Stay cool and use your present spirit to get out of unfavorable circumstances. They' re meeting a beast on their way. Wise man Fuchs pledges to the lions that he can have his arse for supper, but asks to spare his world. Once the arse is covered, the Leo leaps on the Chestnut, kills him for his flesh and ends up with both.
Morality: Betrayers must reckon with betrayal. Morality: Do not obey the counsel of the one who tries to lower you to his own plane. Morality: Appearance is deceiving. There is a chestnut that sees a cow that carries a slice of chees to the top of a forest. He decided to get the cheeses for himself. As it opens its mouths to chant, the cheeses fall to the floor.
He lifts the chestnut and walks away. Morality: Do not confide in the cajoler. Along the way she is telling all the other creatures that the skies are plunging and that she is spreading anxiety in the rain. Leo, the kingdom of the jungles, sees it all. Upon inspecting, the Leo finds out that it was only a walnut and the bunny was indeed stupid.
Morality: Be cautious who you believe, or you might be deceived. Morality: Be satisfied with your strength; you can't surpass everything. Educate your children about interesting and important things in their lives through these short stories about animals. They can tell these stories or just tell them from a story-reader.