1. Aesopand his Fables Written by Lin Donn Illustrated by Phillip Martin
2. Aesop’ s FablesAesop was an ancientGreek storyteller wholived around 550 BCE. Hewas also a slave. He livedin ancient Rome, in thehome of a wealthy Romanfamily.Legend says … Aesop’s Roman master was sodelighted with Aesop’s fables that he grantedAesop his freedom!
3. Aesop’ s FablesThere are no records toprove that Aesop everwrote anything down.Fortunately, after hisdeath, people did writedown every fable theycould remember.Over the centuries, Aesops fables have beenrewritten and illustrated and translated intonearly every language in the world.
4. Aesop’ s Fables Today, we still enjoy these wonderful stories created over 2,500 years ago! Each is a very short story, and each has a moral. Like this one …
5. The Fox and the GoatOne day, a fox fell downa well. He tried to climbout, but the well was toodeep.A goat wandered by. Hepeered down curiously.“What are you doing ina well?” asked the goat.
6. The Fox and the Goat“I’m warning you, goat,”snarled the fox. “This ismy water! Go away.”“You can’t keep all thewater for yourself,” thegoat snorted. The goatjumped in the well.
7. The Fox and the GoatThe fox jumped on thegoat’s back and leapedout of the well. He ranoff without a care forthe goat who was stuckin the well.The Moral of This Storyis: Don’t always believewhat you hear fromsomeone in trouble.
8. Aesop’ s FablesClick here toread, watchand listen tomore ofAesop’sFables!
9. This presentation is brought to you by Pete’s Power Point Station. Visit us on the web at PPPST.COM
10. This presentation is brought to you by Pete’s Power Point Station. Visit us on the web at PPPST.COM