Aesop's Fables are a collection of stories credited to Aesop, a freed slave and story teller lived in ancient Greek between 620 and 560 BC. He tells simple stories using common objects such as fox, mouse, lion and sheep in an easy yet entertaining way. The morals behind these stories were accepted by generations across many different cultures for thousands of years.
For the first time, this read aloud edition of Aesop's Fables brings you together image, audio and text in a synchronized fashion to provide a premium reading experience. Featured in this book is an easy to use play/pause button, one can start and stop the audio at anytime. The audio is perfectly synchronized to text sentence by sentence, yet the highlighting color is individually picked to match the theme in each fable.
As the first volume in the series, you will find twelve lovely fables, they are:
THE FOX AND THE GRAPES
THE GOOSE THAT LAID THE GOLDEN EGGS
THE MISCHIEVOUS DOG
THE MICE IN COUNCIL
THE BAT AND THE WEASELS
THE FOX AND THE CROW
THE CAT AND THE BIRDS
THE WOLF AND THE LAMB
THE PEACOCK AND THE CRANE
THE SPENDTHRIFT AND THE SWALLOW
THE BOYS AND THE FROGS
THE CROW AND THE PITCHER
The name Aesop itself was a mystery to me until I read about the author in your description of the book. Thank you for the audio versions. Thank you for letting me know who this man was. Thank you for including these brilliant tells in your library.
I love these old stories. More like these need to be read by our youth