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Aesop's fables are very popular with children as they are short and entertaining. In children's stories, children will find valuable lessons that serve to educate in values such as 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 funny stories.
The North Wind and the Sun disputed over their powers, and decided to grant the palm to the one who stripped a traveler of his clothes.
The North Wind started first, blowing violently; and the man pressed his clothes against him, the North Wind then attacked with more force; but the man, bothered by the cold, put on another dress. The North Wind, defeated, gave it to the Sun.
It began to light up softly, and the man shed his second dress; then slowly the sun sent its hottest rays to him, until the man, unable to resist the heat any longer, took off his clothes to go to bathe in the neighboring river.
Moral: Persuasion is much more powerful than violence.
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