Top 6 Fable Stories of All Time

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Top 6 Fable Stories of All Time

By Zirkon Kalti 

Fable stories play an essential role in the growing up process of a child. They usually have a moral lesson that you can learn as you reach the end of the story. They are a fun way for your child to learn about the good virtues that they should cultivate in their lives. The following are the top 6 fable stories of all time.

1. The Tortoise and the Hare

The Tortoise and the Hare is about how the hare challenges the tortoise in a racing competition. The hare, as you know, is a rabbit with tall ears, and it can run fast. On the other hand, the tortoise is a small animal with a heavy shell on the back that crawls slowly. So, with your common sense, if the hare competes with the tortoise in a racing competition, the hare will surely win. But, in the end, the tortoise wins because the hare took an afternoon nap seeing that the tortoise is still far away from the finishing point. The moral of the story is that slow and steady will win the race.

2. The Ant and the Grasshopper

The Ant and the Grasshopper compares a lazy grasshopper to a hardworking ant. One day, a lazy grasshopper asks the ants for some food but the ants surprisingly asked why he didn’t store food on his own. The grasshopper replies that it was busy playing music with the fiddle and that it forgot to collect food for the winter. The ant shrugged its shoulder at the grasshopper for his laziness. The moral of the story is that you should not play when it is time to work.

3. The Shepherd’s Boy

The Shepherd’s Boy is about a young shepherd boy who tends to a flock of sheep on the hill. He likes to make false alarms by crying the wolf has come to attack the sheep when there is no wolf at all. He did this many times until the villagers don’t trust him anymore. The next time, when the wolf really comes to attack the sheep, he calls out for the villagers to help but no one comes to help. The moral of the story is that people will no longer trust you if you keep lying.

4. The Crane and the Fox

The Crane and the Fox are about a fox that invites the crane to come to his house to eat dinner. The fox serves some soup in the shallow dish. The crane complains that he can’t eat the soup but the fox ignores him. The crane does not feel good about what the fox did so he invites the fox to dinner at his house.

The crane puts the soup in bottles. During dinner, the crane drinks up all the soup in the bottle but the fox didn’t eat anything at all. The fox now realizes how badly he has treated the crane before. The moral of the story is that you reap what you sow.

5. The Lion and the Mouse

The Lion and the Mouse are about a mouse that happens to come to a cave where a lion is half asleep. The lion put its paws over the mouse but the mouse begs him to let her go. The mouse promises to return help to him if the lion gets into trouble one day. Indeed, one day, the lion gets trapped in the net set up by the hunter.

The lion roars with anger and the mouse that happens to be nearby come to his help. He nibbles away the net so that the lion could go free. The moral of the story is that a kind act deserves a good turn.

6. The Fox and the Crow

The Fox and the Crow are about a crow that is blinded by flattery. The crow finds a piece of cheese and happily flies away to someplace to eat it. The fox saw the cheese and wants to eat it too. He thought of a way to trick the crow.

He greets the crow and tells him how beautiful his voice is. The crow feeling flattered makes a noise and the cheese drops onto the ground. The fox hurries to grab the cheese and run away with it. The moral of the story is to never allow yourself to be deceived by the flattery of people.

Conclusion

In conclusion, the six fables above are the most popular fables for kids at all time. These fables are short and easy to read making them a favourite among young children.



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