Every day thousands of kids read Aesopï¿½s fables and are transported to an enchanted world. Through these enjoyable and instructive stories, their experience of life is enhanced. The fables, usually involving personified animals, are a popular choice for moral education of children today. They are narrated here vividly with graphic animation.
THE ANT AND THE DOVE
One good turn deserves another. The dove helps the ant that is struggling for life. And the ant, in spite of being small, comes to the doveï¿½s help at a crucial moment.
THE DONKEYï¿½S BURDEN
A donkey who keeps switching jobs finds out the great truth about contentment.
THE BUNDLE OF STICKS
Find out how a father teaches his sons learn about the power of unityï¿½ The story has a moral for parents too on how to make children see light!
THE LION AND THE MOUSE
Can a mouse save a lion? He canï¿½ as you will find out from this story. No one can be so small as to be ignored.
THE TORTOISE AND THE EAGLE
A tortoise wants to fly like an eagle. But finally, the truth dawns upon himï¿½
THE CAGED BIRD AND THE BAT
Precautions are useless after the crisis ï¿½ A beautiful story featuring a parrot and a bat.
THE DANCING MONKEYS
It is hard to change the qualities that one is born with. In this tale an eccentric king, makes the monkeys of the town dress up and dance like humans. But on seeing peanuts, they cast their dance outfits to reveal the creatures they truly are; monkeys.
THE DOG AND THE COOK
Those who enter through the backdoor might just be thrown out of the window. This moral unravels beautifully with a street dog and a pet dog from a good home.
THE BEAR AND THE TWO TRAVELERS
Never leave a friend who believes you. This important principle is well told through two friends who chance upon a bear during their travels.
THE RIGHT CHOICE
An interesting tale on how focus leads to victory. This is a beautiful story of a fox, a tortoise and a cat, who each plot their escape craftily.
TOO MANY FRIENDS
A hare who believes that his friends will help him in times of trouble, finally understands that he alone can help himself.