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With the fables of La Fontaine 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 morals, very interesting little lessons in the form of fun stories.
Mr. Fox, who liked to make fun of others, invited his friend the stork to eat one day. When he got to the fox's house, everything smelled wonderful, but it turned out that all the dishes were served on plates so flat that the stork could not eat anything with its long beak. The fox, on the other hand, ate everything on the plate and sucked even the remains.
To get revenge for this mockery, the stork invited the fox to go to his house for lunch the next day. Upon arrival, he received him with a thousand obeisances, sat him at the table next to the best dishes and served him the delicious food on very long and narrow plates, where the stork's beak entered perfectly and the fox's snout barely passed the edge.
Embarrassed by his attitude the day before, the fox returned home hungry, with his ears down and his tail between his legs, as if, with all his cunning, he had been deceived by a hen.
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