Review: Aesop Fables by Aesop (English edition)

Aesop's Fables Aesop's Fables by Aesop
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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Aesop's Fables were my favourite child memoirs and are mostly stories with moral statements. 
They are often brought together and told to children to learn for the future.
This is a collection by Aesop who probably lived in 620 to 560 BC. The manuscripts were handed down from generation to generation and include lessons like: ""Beware the wolf in sheep's clothing.", "Slow and steady wins the race.", and the most famous lesson "Never trust a flatterer."

A great read and for me absolutely a recommendation for young and older people equally. I think children should atleast read:
-The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing


-The hare and the tortoise 

-Fox and the Crow

Kind regards,
yours truly
Butterfly

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