Hamilton Fable - The Fox & the Grapes
The Fox and the Grapes is the well-loved story base on an Aesop's Fable, where a fox sees some grapes she likes. She tries to reach them, but she cannot. She decides she doesn't like the grapes after all because she thinks that they are probably sour. The moral of the story is:
It's easy to hate what you cannot have.
Hamilton House Aesop's Fables is a collection of simplified tales inspired by Aesop's Fables. Each story has been carefully adapted for young learners of English to enjoy. The Books are beautifully illustrated and each one ends with a moral that help teach children values.
Each book contains:
- beautiful illustrations.
- a simple, entertaining story.
- a moral at the end of the story to motivate discussion, teach values and make children think.
- a picture glossary at the back to consolidate new vocabulary.
- a simple activity section with matching, colouring and tracing skills.
- a e-book with animation and a dramatised narration performed by professional actors.
Number of Pages: 24
Publisher: Alnur - אלנור לפדגוגיה