This is a book of fables. Fables have morals (lessons at the end). Some of the morals are funny. I had read “The Fox and the Grapes” story before, and I liked this comic one. It is funny! I like “The Leopard Drums Up Dinner.” The carnivores make a band, so they can eat the animals that come to dance. (Vultures aren’t carnivores. They are scavengers.) The deer gets really mad at the drums. Read the book to find out what happens next. In “The Belly and the Body Members,” the body parts are complaining. They stop working. Did the guy have a good birthday? The Perfect Heist Plan in “The Demon, the Thief, and the Hermit” is funny. The thief says it is a good plan, but he hasn’t even read it yet. The thief thinks it’s a bad plan when he reads it. I don’t get “Man and Wart.” The moral of “The Sun and the Wind” is something is better than force. “The Thief and the Watchdog” is one of my favorites. Not all the fables have morals. Anyone who can read will like this book. The book is really great. All the pictures were so good too. It was an excellent idea to make the fables as comics.
|Author||Charise Mericle Harper, Chris Duffy, Editor|
|Page Count||128 pages|
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