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New Aesop Fables for Children Volumes 1 - 10

eBook (PDF), 370 Pages
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Aesop wrote his fables to provide instruction and guidance for all mankind; likewise, these fables were written for the same purpose, particularly as people today are growing up without a moral compass to guide them through complex social issues. As many of the characters in these fables represent common hopes, ideals, goals, and shortcomings that shape society today, I hope that people, young and old, can learn and discuss the benefits of virtues and the consequences of vices. The first two volumes of New Aesop Fables for Children were written back in 2008 whereas volumes three through ten written from March to early May in 2018. Some of these fables adhere more closely to some of the original fables but diverge in the outcome and morals. They supplement my other books of New Aesop Fables, The Arcadian Dragon: An Aesopian Novel, and Giga: New Aesopian Fables, and hopefully, they will make you smile and approach life with more wisdom and patience.
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Product Details

ISBN
9781387820276
Edition
Second Edition
Published
January 25, 2019
Language
English
Pages
370
File Format
PDF
File Size
15.07 MB
Product ID
23961721

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