Aesops moral and educative fables are well-known and read all over the world. It is believed that Aesop was born in 620BC in Greece, to a slave family. Thus he could not receive any formal education, but he was very clever, intelligent and had a philosophical bent of mind. He spun interesting moral tales using animal and birds as his main characters. Sour Grapes, The Lion and the Mouse, Wolf! Wolf, The Thirsty Crow, Who will bell the Cat, are some of the stories that are still very popular and loved by children. This book is a compilation of such fascinating stories. These tales besides being immensely entertaining help children in developing their mental faculties, logical reasoning and quick thinking. This is the reason Aesops Fables are so popular and read even today, 2500 years after his death.
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