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"The Fisherman and the Little Fish" - The Aesop for Children

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51 s2018 NOV 6
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"The Fisherman and the Little Fish" - The Aesop for Children

"The Fox and the Lion" by Aesop

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48 s2018 NOV 4
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"The Fox and the Lion" by Aesop

"The Dogs and the Hides" by Aesop

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51 s2018 NOV 2
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"The Dogs and the Hides" by Aesop

"The Dogs and the Fox - The Aesop for Children

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37 s2018 NOV 2
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"The Dogs and the Fox - The Aesop for Children

"The Crow and the Pitcher" by Aesop

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50 s2018 OCT 31
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"The Crow and the Pitcher" by Aesop

"The Ant and the Dove" by Aesop

"The Ant and the Dove" by Aesop Listen to more GoodLiterature at iTunes, Stitcher and GooglePlay Music. -------------------------------------- "The Ant and the Dove" by Aesop A Dove saw an Ant fall into a brook. The Ant struggled in vain to reach the bank, and in pity, the Dove dropped a blade of straw close beside it. Clinging to the straw like a shipwrecked sailor to a broken spar, the Ant floated safely to shore. Soon after, the Ant saw a man getting ready to kill the Dove with a stone. But just as he cast the stone, the Ant stung him in the heel, so that the pain made him miss his aim, and the startled Dove flew to safety in a distant wood. The Moral of the Story: A kindness is never wasted.

48 s2018 JUL 25
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"The Ant and the Dove" by Aesop

"Belling the Cat" by Aesop

Listen to more GoodLiterature at www.GoodLiterature.org. -------------------------------------- “Belling the Cat” by Aesop The Mice once called a meeting to decide on a plan to free themselves of their enemy, the Cat. At least they wished to find some way of knowing when she was coming, so they might have time to run away. Indeed, something had to be done, for they lived in such constant fear of her claws that they hardly dared stir from their dens by night or day. Many plans were discussed, but none of them was thought good enough. At last a very young Mouse got up and said: "I have a plan that seems very simple, but I know it will be successful. All we have to do is to hang a bell about the Cat's neck. When we hear the bell ringing we will know immediately that our enemy is coming." All the Mice were much surprised that they had not thought of such a plan before. But in the midst of the rejoicing over their good fortune, an old Mouse arose and said: "I will say that the plan of ...

1 MIN2018 JUL 20
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"Belling the Cat" by Aesop

"The Boy & the Filberts" by Aesop

“The Boy & the Filberts” by Aesop Listen to more GoodLiterature at www.GoodLiterature.org. -------------------------------------- “The Boy & the Filberts” by Aesop A Boy was given permission to put his hand into a pitcher to get some filberts. But he took such a great fistful that he could not draw his hand out again. There he stood, unwilling to give up a single filbert and yet unable to get them all out at once. Vexed and disappointed he began to cry. "My boy," said his mother, "be satisfied with half the nuts you have taken and you will easily get your hand out. Then perhaps you may have some more filberts some other time." The Moral of the Story: Do not attempt too much at once.

51 s2018 JUL 18
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"The Boy & the Filberts" by Aesop

“The Cock & the Jewel” by Aesop

Listen to more GoodLiterature at www.GoodLiterature.org. -------------------------------------- “The Cock & the Jewel” by Aesop A Cock was busily scratching and scraping about to find something to eat for himself and his family, when he happened to turn up a precious jewel that had been lost by its owner. "Aha!" said the Cock. "No doubt you are very costly and he who lost you would give a great deal to find you. But as for me, I would choose a single grain of barleycorn before all the jewels in the world." The Moral of the Story: Precious things are without value to those who cannot prize them.

45 s2018 JUL 17
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“The Cock & the Jewel” by Aesop

"Salvation" by Langston Hughes

"Salvation" by Langston Hughes, read by Teyuna Trynea Darris

5 MIN2018 MAY 23
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"Salvation" by Langston Hughes
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Latest Episodes

"The Fisherman and the Little Fish" - The Aesop for Children

Listen to more GoodLiterature at iTunes, Stitcher and GooglePlay Music.

51 s2018 NOV 6
Comments
"The Fisherman and the Little Fish" - The Aesop for Children

"The Fox and the Lion" by Aesop

Listen to more GoodLiterature at iTunes, Stitcher and GooglePlay Music.

48 s2018 NOV 4
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"The Fox and the Lion" by Aesop

"The Dogs and the Hides" by Aesop

Listen to more GoodLiterature at iTunes, Stitcher and GooglePlay Music.

51 s2018 NOV 2
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"The Dogs and the Hides" by Aesop

"The Dogs and the Fox - The Aesop for Children

Listen to more GoodLiterature at iTunes, Stitcher and GooglePlay Music.

37 s2018 NOV 2
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"The Dogs and the Fox - The Aesop for Children

"The Crow and the Pitcher" by Aesop

Listen to more GoodLiterature at iTunes, Stitcher and GooglePlay Music.

50 s2018 OCT 31
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"The Crow and the Pitcher" by Aesop

"The Ant and the Dove" by Aesop

"The Ant and the Dove" by Aesop Listen to more GoodLiterature at iTunes, Stitcher and GooglePlay Music. -------------------------------------- "The Ant and the Dove" by Aesop A Dove saw an Ant fall into a brook. The Ant struggled in vain to reach the bank, and in pity, the Dove dropped a blade of straw close beside it. Clinging to the straw like a shipwrecked sailor to a broken spar, the Ant floated safely to shore. Soon after, the Ant saw a man getting ready to kill the Dove with a stone. But just as he cast the stone, the Ant stung him in the heel, so that the pain made him miss his aim, and the startled Dove flew to safety in a distant wood. The Moral of the Story: A kindness is never wasted.

48 s2018 JUL 25
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"The Ant and the Dove" by Aesop

"Belling the Cat" by Aesop

Listen to more GoodLiterature at www.GoodLiterature.org. -------------------------------------- “Belling the Cat” by Aesop The Mice once called a meeting to decide on a plan to free themselves of their enemy, the Cat. At least they wished to find some way of knowing when she was coming, so they might have time to run away. Indeed, something had to be done, for they lived in such constant fear of her claws that they hardly dared stir from their dens by night or day. Many plans were discussed, but none of them was thought good enough. At last a very young Mouse got up and said: "I have a plan that seems very simple, but I know it will be successful. All we have to do is to hang a bell about the Cat's neck. When we hear the bell ringing we will know immediately that our enemy is coming." All the Mice were much surprised that they had not thought of such a plan before. But in the midst of the rejoicing over their good fortune, an old Mouse arose and said: "I will say that the plan of ...

1 MIN2018 JUL 20
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"Belling the Cat" by Aesop

"The Boy & the Filberts" by Aesop

“The Boy & the Filberts” by Aesop Listen to more GoodLiterature at www.GoodLiterature.org. -------------------------------------- “The Boy & the Filberts” by Aesop A Boy was given permission to put his hand into a pitcher to get some filberts. But he took such a great fistful that he could not draw his hand out again. There he stood, unwilling to give up a single filbert and yet unable to get them all out at once. Vexed and disappointed he began to cry. "My boy," said his mother, "be satisfied with half the nuts you have taken and you will easily get your hand out. Then perhaps you may have some more filberts some other time." The Moral of the Story: Do not attempt too much at once.

51 s2018 JUL 18
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"The Boy & the Filberts" by Aesop

“The Cock & the Jewel” by Aesop

Listen to more GoodLiterature at www.GoodLiterature.org. -------------------------------------- “The Cock & the Jewel” by Aesop A Cock was busily scratching and scraping about to find something to eat for himself and his family, when he happened to turn up a precious jewel that had been lost by its owner. "Aha!" said the Cock. "No doubt you are very costly and he who lost you would give a great deal to find you. But as for me, I would choose a single grain of barleycorn before all the jewels in the world." The Moral of the Story: Precious things are without value to those who cannot prize them.

45 s2018 JUL 17
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“The Cock & the Jewel” by Aesop

"Salvation" by Langston Hughes

"Salvation" by Langston Hughes, read by Teyuna Trynea Darris

5 MIN2018 MAY 23
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"Salvation" by Langston Hughes
the END
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