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With the fables of La Fontaine you can find stories to educate children in values. In these popular short stories children will find valuable lessons about honesty or solidarity.
Children's stories help develop your children's imagination and creativity. With fables, children will discover morals, very interesting little lessons in the form of fun stories.
An owl, a weasel, a cat and a little mouse lived in different places on a dry log. Although they were natural enemies, and distrusted each other, neither left their refuge. The owner of the field, one day decided to eliminate them, placed traps and a net at the base of the trunk.
The first to fall was the cat, which, seeing itself in danger, began to scream. When he heard the mouse he was glad, because in this way he got rid of his enemy, but the cat said:
-If I die, you will be left at the mercy of the owl and the weasel, who want more than I do for you to be their food, but if you help me, in gratitude I will compensate you by protecting you.
The little mouse released the cat, and they fled the place. As time passed, the cat realized that the mouse was still afraid of him, so he said:
"Do you think I forgot my promise, when you saved me from the trap?"
-Do not! - Said the little mouse -, but neither do I forget your instincts, nor in what circumstances have you made the promise.
Moral: Never trust alliances made by fear, in passing fear, they are worth a damn.
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