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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.
With imminent risk of his life,
a Deer escaped from the hunt,
and in the near fifth, suddenly,
he slipped into the stable incautiously.
An Ox said to him: "Do you ignore, unfortunate,
that men live here? Ah, watch out!
Stop, and you will find so much rest
like partridge in the mouth of a fox. "
The Deer replied, "But nevertheless,
let me rest for a moment,
and on the first occasion
to the thick forest I start my career ".
Hidden among the branches it remains.
At night the herder appears;
he distributes food to cattle,
nothing currency; get out on the spot.
The mayoral and the servants enter,
and they don't find him either.
Free from that rush
the Deer was counted for sure.
But the oldest Ox
He says, "What! Are you happy so early?
If the master comes, you lost everything.
I call him Hundred-Eyes by nickname.
More, chitón, it's coming! "
Enter Hundred-eyes, everything prevents it;
to the rustic he says: "There is no consolation!
The collars thrown on the ground;
I clean the manger, but very in passing;
the branches very dry and very scarce!
Mr. mayoral, is this good government? "
In this look at the arched horn
of the sad deer; shout, they all come
against the poor animal in various ways,
and in the rustic way
the slaughter party was held.
Moral: This means that a good master should not trust another's eye.
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