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The Bear and the The Boy Who Cried

Bees Wolf
A bear comes across a log where a swarm There once was a boy who kept sheep not far
of bees has nested to make their honey. As he from the village. He would often become
snoop around, a single little bee flew out of bored and to amused himself he would call out,
the log to protect the swarm. Knowing that the
bear would eat all the honey, the little bee "Wolf! Wolf," although there was no wolf
stung him sharply on the nose and flew back about.
into the log .
The villagers would stop what they were
This flew the bear into an angry rage. He doing and run to save the sheep from the wolf's
swatted at the log with his big claws, jaw. Once they arrived at the pasture, the boy
determined to destroy the nest of bees inside. just laughed. The naught boy played this joke
This only alerted the bees and quick as a wink, over and over until the villagers tired of him .
the entire swarm of bees flew out of the log and began
to sting the bear from head to heel. The One day while the boy was watching the
bear saved himself by running to and diving into sheep, a wolf did come into the fold. The boy cried
the nearest pond. and cried,

"Wolf! Wolf!"

No one came. The wolf had a feast of

sheep that day.

Sour Grapes
A very hungry fox walked fox could reach. He jumped jumping and jumping to get
into a vineyard where there and stretched and hopped the grapes.
was an ample supply of luscious and reached and jumped
looking grapes. some more trying to get "Those grapes surely
Grapes had never looked so those yummy grapes, but to must be sour," he said as he
good, and the fox was no avail. No matter what he walked away, "I wouldn't eat
famished. However, the tried, he could not reach the them if they were served to
grapes hung higher than the grapes. He wore himself out me on a silver platter."

Source: Aesop Fables

Submitted by: Submitted to:
Semetara, Tiffany Georgina G. Sir Benjie

February 29, 2016