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Aesop's fables are very popular with children as they are short and entertaining. In children's stories children will find valuable lessons that serve to educate in values such as 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.
A blacksmith had a small dog, which was a great favorite of his master, and his constant companion.
While he was hammering his metals the dog remained asleep; but when, on the other hand, the blacksmith went to the food and began to eat, the dog woke up and wagged his tail, as if asking for a part of his food.
His master one day, pretending to be angry and hitting him gently with his stick, said to him:
"You lazy little wretch!" What will I do? While hammering on the anvil, you sleep on the mat; and when I start eating after my hard work, you wake up and wag your tail for food. Don't you know that work is the source of every blessing, and that none, only those who work have the right to eat?
Moral: Who does not work, does not eat.
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