This classic fable tells the story of what happens when we try to rush and don’t take things slow and steady. The tortoise and the hare decide to race. The hare is convinced that he is going to win because he can run so much faster than the tortoise. But the hare is too confident in his speed and goes off the path, thinking he has plenty of time still to finish the race. Will the hare make up for the time he lost, or will the tortoise prove that “slow and steady wins the race?” This beautifully illustrated fable from Aesop comes down through the centuries to teach us an important lesson about steadiness.
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Well written, but still has a few mistakes in narration and text spacing.
Would also be nice to have different voices for the different characters. Can be monotonous at times.
I really love this book because slow and steady always wins the race. And I really love this book because it gives a great great lesson about bragging and not bragging.
its a regular book