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Aesop's fables are very popular with children as they are short and entertaining. In children's stories, children will find valuable lessons that serve to educate in values such as honesty or solidarity.
Children's stories help develop your children's imagination and creativity. With the fables the children will discover the morals, very interesting little lessons in the form of funny stories.
The frogs tired of their own disorder and anarchy, they sent a delegation to Zeus to send them a king.
Zeus, attending to their request, sent a thick log to their pond.
The frogs were frightened by the noise that the log made when it fell, they hid where best they could. Finally, seeing that the log was no longer moving, they came to the surface and given the prevailing stillness, they began to feel such great contempt for the new king that they jumped on him and sat on him, mocking him without rest.
And so, feeling humiliated for having a simple tree as monarch, they returned to Zeus, asking him to change the king, since he was too calm.
Outraged Zeus sent them an active water snake that, one by one, caught and devoured them all without compassion.
Moral: When choosing the rulers, it is better to choose a simple and honest one, rather than a very entrepreneurial but evil or corrupt one.
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