The ax and the handle. Samaniego's Fables

The ax and the handle. Samaniego's Fables

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With the fables of Samaniego 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 the morals, very interesting little lessons in the form of funny stories.

A man who looked at himself in the forest

with an ax without a handle, he pleaded

give the wood to the trees

that more solid was

to make it a strong and very durable one.

To the point the innumerable grove

the wild olive yielded him, and he, happy,

then perfecting his instrument,

from branch to branch he cuts at will

from the tall oak the most robust arm.

And to the trees they all ran,

and while I chose the best,

the sad Encina al Fresno said: "Friend,

unhappy he who helps his enemy! "

Moral:Never help your enemies no matter how much they implore.

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