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Stories and fables contain valuable lessons for children. Aesop's fable 'The Eagle, the Raven and the Shepherd' contains a moral to educate children in values through an original story.
Children's stories encourage reading, contain simple and educational messages. Aesop's fables are among the most popular, and they continue to be a great success with parents in engaging children with books.
Throwing himself off a peak, an eagle snatched a little lamb.
A raven saw her and trying to imitate the eagle, she threw herself on a ram, but with such bad knowledge in the art that her claws got tangled in the wool, and beating her wings to the maximum, she could not get loose.
Seeing the shepherd what was happening, he caught the raven, and cutting off the tips of its wings, he took it to his children.
His children asked him what kind of bird that was, and he said:
- To me, he's just a crow; but he thinks he is an eagle.
Moral: Put your effort and dedication in what you are really prepared, not in what does not correspond to you.
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