The Complete Fables are a classic collection of ancient morality tales. In these stories, usually centered around talking animals, a lesson is always learned; for example, a boy learns not to pretend he is in danger, a greedy couple learns to be grateful for what they have, a mouse learns to appreciate his simple country life, and a crow learns not to listen to flattery. These simple fables contain themes of humility, selflessness, and basic morals.

Summary of The Complete Fables by Aesop

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