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Title: The Lion and the Mouse and Other Stories by Aesop
Author: David Foulds
ISBN: 978-0-19-545566-3
Genre: Classics, short stories
Level: Starter
Module:

Getting along with others
Study, school life and work
Teenage life
Home and neighbourhood
Wonderful things
Nature and environment


A mouse gets caught by a lion. 'Let me go!' she cries. She promises that she will help the lion one day. But how could a tiny mouse ever help a great lion?
A young goat gets lost in the forest. At the same time, a hungry wolf is out looking for dinner. Surely this can't have a happy ending? Well, there's also music and dancing in this story. You might be surprised!
A farmer's daughter talks to her sister about selling milk. The sisters dream about what they will do with the money. How exciting it all seems. But how will it end? Not quite the way the girls were hoping!
The stories in this book are more than two thousand years old. Some are serious. Most are funny. All make you think.

Aesop lived in the sixth century bc. He was very clever. He told stories to teach others. Later, the stories were written down. They have been read and enjoyed by people all over the world.

If you enjoyed this book, you may also like
The Brave Little Tailor and Other Stories by the Brothers Grimm, Starter
The Emperor's New Clothes and Other Stories by Hans Christian Andersen, Starter
Folk Tales from Around the World, Starter
Giants, Dragons and other Magical Creatures, Starter
The Monkey King, Starter
Just So Stories, Level 1

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