Fables — Page 154

The Frog And The Snake
Ahlana, 8, Ohio

The moral of my fable is:  Treat others the way you want to be treated.
My fable is:
One summer day Mr. Frog hopped onto a rock. Mr. Rattle popped out of his rock home.
Mr. Frog said, “You scared me. That’s mean.”
Mr. Rattle said, “I don’t care.” Then Mr. Rattle went back in his home and went to bed.
Mr. Frog hid behind the rock.
The next morning Mr. Rattle came out. Mr. Frog popped out and scared Mr. Rattle. Now that is the golden rule in action!


The Grumpy Wolf
Kaden T., 11, Montana

The moral of my fable is:  Honestly is the best policy.
My fable is:
There once was a grumpy wolf. He was always grumpy and nobody knew why until one day the wolf was crying.
His friends Fox and Coyote both said, “What’s wrong?”
He said, “I’m always sad and everyone is saying that I’m mean and that’s not it. I’ll tell you the truth. I miss Mrs. Wolf. She’s gone. That’s why I always seem grumpy. Really I would love to have friends keep me company.”


The Dragon And The Dino
Kenny B., 9, Montana

The moral of my fable is:  Never give up.
My fable is:
One day a dragon and a dino met in the late Jurassic period. The dragon said, “I’m stronger than you!”
The dino said, “I’m the strongest dino ever!”
The next day the dino and the dragon met in the forest. The dragon made half of a tree fall down with its big claws and fiery breath. The dragon said, “You can’t beat that!”
The dino started running toward a huge tree. The dino rammed the huge tree with its head. Nothing happened. The dragon laughed.
Then the tree started to fall. The dragon just stared in total surprise.


The Pig And The Wolf
Miriam C., 10, Montana

The moral of my fable is:  Choose your friends wisely.
My fable is:
Mr. Pig was eating table scraps in the pen. A wolf walked by and said, “Graceful pig, let’s be friends.”
Mr. Pig looked at him and told the wolf, “I don’t know.”
The wolf said, “I will be an awesome friend.” “Oh, alright,” Mr. Pig answered.
Mr. Pig walked up to the wolf. The wolf pounced on Mr. Pig and ate him. “Mmmmmm. Taste like bacon,” the wolf said gracefully.


The Haunted… dun ta da dun
Tessa D., 10, Lincoln, Montana

The moral of my fable is:  Think before you act.
My fable is:
One day Charlie and Kyle were walking by a creepy house. Kyle said, “I want to go look in the haunted house.”
Charlie said, “No, you can’t. It’s haunted. Remember we got kicked out of our old house because there were ghosts.”
“Well, Okay,” Kyle said, “But how do you know it’s haunted?”
James and I went there a couple days ago. James went in to look and something jumped out and scarred him. I never told anyone except for you. I saw it with my own eyes. I saw it through the window I heard him shout, “Charlie, help, help me, Charlie.” I helped him escape but we won’t ever go back there.


The Two Cheetahs
Miriam C., 10, Montana

The moral of my fable is:  Never give up.
My fable is:
One day a fast cheetah named Fred saw a slow cheetah named Bill.
Bill said, “I bet I can beat you in a race.”
Then Fred laughed, “You can’t beat me!”
The next day Bill and Fred raced. Fred won.
“Let’s race tomorrow,” Bill said with courage. Fred laughed again.
The next day Bill won. Fred stared in surprise.


The Spinosaurus And The T-rex
Alex, 9, Montana

The moral of my fable is:  Choose your friends wisely.
My fable is:
One day there was a T-Rex. Then a Spinosaurus came and said, “Do you want to be friends with me?”
The T-Rex said with a grin, “Yes, I would like to be your friend.”
The next day the T-Rex stepped on the tail of the Spinosaurus on purpose. “Oowwww, you’re not a good friend,” Spinosaurous said.
Then they weren’t friends anymore.

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