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''The Shepherd's Boy and the Wolf Fable''

A SHEPHERD-BOY, who watched a flock of sheep near a village, brought out the villagers three or four times by crying out, "Wolf! Wolf!" and when his neighbors came to help him, laughed at them for their pains. The Wolf, however, did truly come at last. The Shepherd-boy, now really alarmed, shouted in an agony of terror: "Pray, do come and help me; the Wolf is killing the sheep;" but no one paid any heed to his cries, nor rendered any assistance. The Wolf, having no cause of fear, at his leisure lacerated or destroyed the whole flock....

"Chaalak Khargosh"

Ek baar ek Chikoo naam ka khargosh tha. Ek din weh apni patni ke saath baag mein ghoom raha tha jab uski patni ne paed par meethe-meethe phal latke dekhe to uske muh mein pani aagaya. Ussne Chikoo se phal tod kar laane ko kha. Ess par Chikoo ne usse kha ki yeh baag ek bhaideye (wolf) ka hai jo bahaut khoonkhar hai. Agar usko paat chal gaya ki humne phal tode hai to woh hum dono ko maar kar kha jayega. Parantu Chikoo ki patni uske samjhane par bhi na manni. Haarkar Chikoo ko phal todne jana pada. Chikoo ne jaise he phal todne shoroo karey, wahan bhaideya aagaya.......

''The Guardians of Lore ''

Cal and his best friend, the tactless but loyal Soy, learn that the frog (who prefers the name Deli) has sought them out for a reason. When a school administrator named Ream reveals himself to be a dragon, the boys discover that fairytales are real, and that there is magic afoot in Stagwood. With Ream on their tail, the trio must unearth a powerful tool protected by riddles and rile (the magic that fuels nightmares) to save the fate of all fairytales past. Their only means on conveyance, Cal’s now-flying bed, takes them on a journey beyond the home of the fairies (a cloud floating somewhere over Iceland) to set things right. But, before Cal can defeat Ream and his kidnapped army of fairies, he has to deal with Soy’s knack for arguing with magical creatures, discover the truth about Deli’s identity, and earn his place as the hero of the story...

 

''GEMMA''

Gemma is a middle grade novel that follows a curious explorer and her ring-tailed lemur, Milo, as they hunt for the “most greatest treasure in the world”. Solving riddles, battling a bell-wearing jaguar, and traveling the Eight Seas, Gemma’s adventures take her from a young girl to a brave captain, whose only limits are the stars...

''The Jealous Lion''

Jealousy is a feeling that makes you feel cold and mean. This lion is very jealous of a talented duckling, even though the lion is quite talented himself! The lion wants to be the best and the only one that others will admire. He doesn’t understand that being jealous only makes him feel unhappy. Poor lion! He is so jealous of the duckling that he doesn’t see the duckling’s other good traits! “The Jealous Lion” is a fun rhyming story about understanding the feeling of jealousy, especially for young readers from 4-7 years old. It is a story that teaches children that being jealous will only makes them feel bad, angry and sad about themselves and others around them...

 

''The Hare and the Tortoise''

The moral of the story is that slow and steady wins the race. “The story concerns a Hare who ridicules a slow-moving Tortoise. But, even though the tortoise is a slow-moving creature, he keeps a steady pace while the hare runs fast to get ahead but then stops, thinking he can easily win at any time he wants to...

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