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These copywork pages are from Aesop for Children. Each fable has a corresponding lesson, and these pages are those lessons. There are 147 pages of copywork. This copywork (labeled E for Elementary) is ideal for a young writer who has the basics down and is ready for lots of practice! The lines are 3/8 inch tall with a dashed mid-line for extra guidance. These pages are a perfect complement to your Ancient Greece studies, but are also great copywork pages for any child as they provide thought provoking lessons for your child. These copywork pages are from Aesop for Children. Each fable has a corresponding lesson, and these pages are those lessons. There are 147 pages of copywork. This copywork (labeled E for Elementary) is ideal for a young writer who has the basics down and is ready for lots of practice! The lines are 3/8 inch tall with a dashed mid-line for extra guidance. These pages are a perfect complement to your Ancient Greece studies, but are also great copywork pages for any child as they provide thought provoking lessons for your child.
Aesop Fable: When a mischievous monkey sees a little mouse gathering nuts and hiding them in an old jar, he is overcome with desire to steal the nuts. What happens to the monkey and the lesson he learns is another of the series, Lessons of Aesop, by R.F Gilmor.
It is easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of business books flooding the market today. Even more daunting is the task of weeding through them to find the "golden nugget" of wisdom inside. In Aesop and the CEO, David Noonan has simplified the process by providing this well-researched primer of the most essential advice from the greatest business books ever written. Further, in a clever melding of modern business sense and ancient wisdom, he has used the animal-based stories of Aesop as springboards to launch these 50 lessons. Both entertaining and informative, Aesop and the CEO includes advice from well-known leaders such as Bill Gates, Sam Walton, Donald Trump, and Lee Iacocca. The short, easy-to-read vignettes cover every aspect of corporate life: negotiations, hiring and firing, mergers and acquisitions, marketing and sales, and day-to-day management.
When the old woodcutter loses his ax he fears it is the end for him. Without his ax how can he cut wood to sell and feed his family? What can he do? Reading this delightful tale of the honest little man and the magical fish that he meets teaches another Aesop lesson about honesty. Told by R.F. Gilmor in rhythmic verse that is enjoyed by both young and old, with dramatic illustration by Zaza Farooqi, that draws the reader into this magical tale.
Young people and adults! Remember the great lessons from Aesop's classic fables? Always wanted to read them? Here is a new take on an old favorite. Enjoy hours of fun and learning with 120 fables adapted to Biblical stories, with beautiful full-color watercolor illustrations for each revisited fable. A special appendix gives morals in relation to Solomon's Proverbs.The stories in this volume are set in the same order and with the exact same "morals" as in Fables of Aesop (copyright 1925, by Albert Whitman & Company), based on the works of Jean de La Fontaine (France) and Samuel Croxall (England). Each has been rewritten using a Biblical example. Some Bible stories are repeated when they can be used to teach a different moral. Many Biblical records are not mentioned at all. Of course, the most commonly noted characters are Jesus Christ, his apostles, Pharisees, Moses, Samuel, Saul, and David. Many stories come from the historical records in the Bible books of Judges, Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles. Specific stories like Esther, Daniel and his friends, Nehemiah, and Joshua are also used in the narrative.The content of the stories ranges from innocent subjects to more mature themes like greed, pride, sexual immorality, murder, and hatred. Many Bible stories, especially from the Old Testament, are violent in nature--but carry important lessons on real-life problems. This book can be used for small children, but some stories may be too difficult for their tender hearts. Most stories are appropriate for teens and adults of all ages.The illustrations are added to give a "feel" for the events described in each story. They are not designed to be factual or an exact representation of the Biblical narrative. Hopefully, they will add perspective to each story and help them become more "alive" to the reader. Each illustration is based on a line from the story that gives an important lesson to be learned.Since so many of these "morals" are similar to the maxims found in the Book of Proverbs, an appendix is added to show similarities between these two literary works. Many of the Proverbs were written by Solomon, the son of David, and ruler of the united kingdom of Judah and Israel. His life is well documented both in the Bible and secular history. But who was the author of the more than one-hundred Fables in this book? Aesop was a Greek. Aristotle (a Greek writer from the 4th century B.C.) says that Aesop was born around 600 B.C. in the vicinity of Thrace. Phaedrus (a Roman writer from the first century A.D.) said Aesop was born in Phrygia, or modern Turkey. The great Greek historian Herodotus (5th century B.C.) gives a biography of Aesop: a slave in Samos, later freed, and meeting an untimely end in Delphi. Plutarch confirmed this incident six centuries later.Whatever the details of Aesop's life, his work is a masterpiece. A collection of Aesop's fables was put together by Demetrius of Phalerum in the third century B.C., amounting to ten volumes. Phaedrus (noted above) translated the fables into Latin, as did his Syrian contemporary Babrius, putting them into poetic verse. Since that time, the fables of Aesop have had many stories added from other cultures. Jean de La Fontaine and Samuel Croxall are only two of many who developed this "animal story" genre to point out human foibles and virtues.Finally, let me remind the reader that this volume is unique in that it points out age-old morals by using the fountainhead of truth--the Bible. It is my firm conviction that all in the Bible is true, even if misunderstood or mistranslated from the original revelation given. It may take the reader a diligent effort to gain a scope and understanding of the scriptures, but the labor is well worth the joy of an intimate relationship with the Father. May this volume add to that understanding and joy.
Three fables from Aesop presented with cute full-color illustrations: The Lion and the Mouse, The Four Oxen and the Lion, The Ant and the Grasshopper and The Frog and the Ox. These are short books for kids that are very fun and easy to read. More than 10 new full-color illustrations for Each fable. Each story is summarized in the end with a moral that you can teach your child. Bonus Download Included : Coloring Page version for cartoon charactor and How to draw cartoon charactor appeared in each fable.
Aesop's fables are retold in kid-friendly text with black-and-white illustrations throughout! This 80-page edition of AESOP'S FABLES introduces young readers to Aesop's classic fables in a fun and accessible way. Ann McGovern retells the classic fables using kid-friendly language, and there are striking black-and-white illustrations throughout.
Linoleum-block prints depict the characters and lessons found in Aesop's fables.
Teaching lessons that meet the standards for your grade level in reading, writing, science, geography, history and math.
David Noonan believes it's time for a return to the time-tested maxims of yesteryear. Inside, he offers a fresh perspective on the universal truths embedded in Aesop's compact morality plays, including: Slow and steady wins the race. The overeager make bad decisions. It is wise to prepare today for the needs of tomorrow. No good deed, however small, is ever wasted. Using the experiences and writings of well-known industry and government notables, Aesop and the CEO illustrates powerful business insights-lessons of both success and failure-and draws a business moral from each. The world of business has changed enormously since Aesop's time, but people haven't. As the corporate culture cries out for strong, ethical leadership, this book confirms that integrity, reliability, honesty, and respect continue to be as essential to a business's long-term survival as is the bottom line. Book jacket.

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