A book of short fables with morals.
A BOOK OF FABLES
AMUSEMENT FOR GOOD LITTLE CHILDREN.
TAGGARD & THOMPSON, 29 CORNHILL, BOSTON.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1859, by S. A. CHANDLER, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Mass.
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THE FOX AND THE COCK.
A Fox, one day, saw a Cock on the roof of a barn. "Come to me, my dear Master Cock," said he; "I have always heard you are such a clever fellow; and I want to ask you a riddle." Glad to hear himself praised, the foolish Cock came down, and the Fox caught him, and ate him in a moment.
The praise of the wicked is always dangerous.
THE GIANT AND THE DWARF.
A Dwarf one day met a Giant. "Let me come with you," said he.
"Very well," said the Giant.
When they met robbers, the Giant beat them with his club; but the Dwarf got beaten. At last he began to cry; but the Giant said, "My little man, if you are not strong you must not go out to battle with a Giant... Continue reading book >>A book of short fables with morals.
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