The Boy Who Cried Wolf (Aesop's Fables)

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  • Title: The Boy Who Cried Wolf (Aesop's Fables)
  • Author: Aesop
  • ISBN: 9781841351063
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2018-05-17T03:48:53+00:00

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    1. Never cry wolf when there is No wolf. “A liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth.”I got it why I was so annoyed with Aesop when I was younger though I'm not a child anymore

    2. Aesop wrote a collection of fables that all contain valuable lessons which are great for getting messages across to children. This particular story is excellent for all ages as it tells a story about a wrong boy who told too many lies and when he was eventually telling the truth no-one would believe him. The young boy often shouted for the villagers help while he was minding his sheep. He would shout to them pretending that a wolf was going to eat his flock of sheep. Help was always at hand but [...]

    3. Awards the book has received (if any)Appropriate grade level(s): Pre-K through Third gradeOriginal 3-line summary: A little farm boy leads his sheep out to graze, but the one thing about being a shepherd is, its boring! In order to fix his predicament, the little boy crafted a lie that there was a wolf. He repeated it multiple afternoons and one day there really was a wolf! No one came to help the boy because he had lied. Original 3-line review: This book is wonderful for lessons on honesty. The [...]

    4. I love this book. I think the author does a great job of showing the importance of telling the truth. The boy kept telling the people that the wolf was coming, and finally when it did come, no one believe him. I like how the author use a reaction that most people can relate to. I wouldn't have believed him either.I would use this book to show the children the importance of telling the truth. That in the end lying will get you in more trouble, then telling the truth will. I will have the children [...]

    5. I couldn't help myself; I had to read a classic Fable! Fables have always been a favorite childhood genre of mine. This one has especially always been a favorite, because I loath lying more than many other vices. This story is a simple, short story about a young boy(which can attend to a child's attention because of the age similarity), who shepherds sheep. To fool people, he falsely calls for help. This is something most children probably are familiar with doing, to get attention.All fables hav [...]

    6. The fable of "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" is perhaps one of the most famous fables of all time. The story is of a young boy who is charged to look over his sheep, but he soon gets bored. He often cries "Wolf! Wolf!" to entertain himself, making all the townsfolk panic and rush to his aid. He finds this extremely amusing. However, when a wolf really does come, the boys pleas of "Wolf! Wolf!" have no response because everyone thinks he is being foolish again. The boy is eaten by the wolf. The moral of [...]

    7. I honestly love the majority of Aesop's fables, but this one always stood out to me. I love the moral of The Boy Who Cried Wolf; it really resonated with me as a kid. As the youngest of three children, I craved attention when I was in elementary school, and this story shows how fibbing for attention can have very negative consequences. This would be fun to read to a class and have them guess what will happen every once in a while.

    8. The Boy Who Cried Wolf teaches children not to become liars. The message in this book is that if one constantly lies, no one will believe them when they are telling the truth. This is an important message for children to learn early in their lives because they are usually inclined to lie to stay out of the trouble or things of the sort. I would recommend for children from preschool up to third grade to have this book read to them or read this book themselves.

    9. "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" is a fable that all children should read. It gives a lesson that is to be learned and it shows children an over exaggerated consequence for lying. This short story will keep kids entertained and is very easy to comprehend. Aesop's story is geared towards younger children but it can be enjoyed by all ages.

    10. I like this book because its one we all grew up hearing about and so I thought I should actually read it. Its a classic tale of a boy who doesn't want to do things that every little boy should do and he lies and cries "wolf" to get out it. And when he actually is not lying no one listens to him. A good lesson for little kids.

    11. I remember reading this book as a young child. I always loved it and the meaning behind it. Sometimes if you tell lies enough times, people stop believing what you say. This book used to make me not want to tell lies because I was afraid of getting taken away or eaten.

    12. This is a really good story because, like all fables, it gives you a lesson and something to take from it. This particular story is very true in all aspects of life and it gives lessons you can carry forever.

    13. Teaches a great lesson for kids and adults. No one is going to believe a lair even if he's saying the truth.

    14. Of course everyone knows the moral to the story. Read it to your children, grandchildren, nieces, nephewss you get the picture.

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