The Fox and the Crow - Aesop's fables (Greek)


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A fox was walking through the forest when he saw a crow sitting on a tree branch with a fine piece of cheese in her beak.  The fox wanted the cheese and decided he would be cleaver enough to outwit the bird.
In 'The Fox and the Crow', the Crow learns a valuable lesson about flattery. ... Because he complimented her, she fell into a trap of flattery, which caused her to forget about the food in her mouth. The moral of the story: don't believe everything you hear; not everyone has your best interests at heart.
  • Age Group - 2 to 6 years
  • Pages - 16
  • Size - 21.0cm x 28.5cm
  • Book Type - Paperback
  • Language - Greek