Fables — Page 162

The Dog And The Cat
Erica, 9, Queensland, Australia

The moral of my fable is:  Take love when given even if you don’t want it!
My fable is:
Once upon a time there was a dog who was bored. His name was Dog. He was lazy and turned and turned.
Soon there was a cat who was so energetic that she was bouncing. “Come play with me, Dog!!! We will have fun!!” Cat suggested.
Dog turned and looked and shook his head. “No! I will not play with a filthy cat,” Dog replied angrily.
Cat turned and walked away.
A month later Dog was hated. He didn’t do anything. Cat came by. She saw him. “You should have played with me, Dog. Then you wouldn’t have such a hard time and be alone!”
“Well, Cat, you’re right. I should have played with you,” Dog said sadly.
“Can you still play with me, Cat?” he asked. Cat nodded. They played every day.

A Turtle And A Lion
Leandra, 8, Texas

The moral of my fable is:  It doesn’t matter how fast or how slow, we can all be friends.
My fable is:
Once upon a time there was a turtle named Medina, and a Lion named Sleeper.
They were best friends. The lion was fast, but Medina was slow.
Medina was sad because he was not fast like Sleeper.
So in every game they played, Sleeper would slow down so Medina could keep up without stopping the game.

The Sister And Her Brother
Park, 13, South Korea

The moral of my fable is:  Usually believe in what elders say.
My fable is:
One there was a brother who always pulled pranks on his sister.
One day his sister told him that they were going on vacation. But the brother didn’t listen, as she was elder. He believed she was trying to prank him back.
But the next day, when he woke up, he saw everyone ready to go somewhere. When he ask his mom, she said,”We are going to go on vacation.”
But the boy was not ready and got scolded for being unprepared.

The Butterfly & The Ant
Talia, 8, Texas

The moral of my fable is:  Never brag because then nobody would want to be your friend.
My fable is:
One day there was a ant who met a butterfly.
The ant asked her if she liked him. She asked him, “Why would a beautiful person like me like a ugly thing like you?”
Look at you said the butterfly. “You have to walk on legs while I get to fly with my beautiful wings.”
The ant didn’t like the way butterfly kept bragging so he stopped being her friend. He became friends with other ants that were nice!

The Selfish Deer
Danielle, 9, California

The moral of my fable is:  You should be grateful for what you have.
My fable is:
There once was a deer that was hungry. Then he saw an owl eating its dinner.
“MMMMM,” thought the deer when he saw the owl leave to go to the kitchen.
The deer crept in and stole the owl’s dinner!
Then, when owl came back, he saw the deer eating his dinner!
Deer, “Why are you eating my dinner?” I’m sorry, owl. I was just hungry.”
It’s OK, Deer. But if you were hungry you should have told me and I would have given you some food.
“Oh, I’m sorry” said owl. “Will you for give me?” “Yes,”replied owl, “But, next time just ask. okey?”
“Okey,” replied the owl. And from then on the owl always asked before he ate at the deer’s home.

Struggling In The Sea
Melody Kim, 10, California

The moral of my fable is:  Don’t leave a friend struggling anywhere, including the sea!!! NEVER DO THAT!!!
My fable is:
My name is Gina Gaines, but call me G.G. It all started when my friend, Jenna Jothic (J.J.) and I were on an airplane going to Paris, France.
But then suddenly a wind hit and the wing of the airplane ripped off, The pilot rushed to the hall, grabbed a parachute, and then went bye-bye out of the airplane. The airplane was diving down 1,000 miles per hour. The airplane crashed so hard into the ocean that the second it touched the sea, it broke into pieces.
I panicked because everywhere I looked were injured people floating in the water.
J.J. and I got onto a raft. But instead of joining me, J.J. swam all the way out of sight.
“YOU ARE THE WORST FRIEND EVER!!!” I yelled. I struggled so badly that I even had a hard time putting on my vest life jacket. I found that there was a fin circling around my raft.
When I was finally rescued, I learned that my friend J.J. had also been rescued by another ship. I was happy for her, but she is no longer my friend.

The Frog And The Crow
Dominick, 7, Pennsylvania, USA

The moral of my fable is:  Do not do something dangerous to make yourself look more cool.
My fable is:
One day at noon a frog met a crow. The frog thought that if he leaped off a high height, such as a cliff, he would look cool in to the crow.
The frog said, “Do you want to go somewhere?” The crow replied, “Yes!”
Then the frog said, “What about a cliff?” The crow replied, “If you want to, it’s OK with me.”
Later they set off to go find a cliff. At two o’clock, they found a cliff.
Finally, in the afternoon sun, frog hopped off the cliff… and hurt himself terribly.

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