Standing on the roof of a small goat and the Wolf
Kid standing on the roof and saw the Wolf walked through the bottom and then abuse him, and laughed at him. The Wolf said, "oh, buddy, scold me is not you, but your terrain. "
This story to illustrate, dili and cat often give a person the courage to fight against the strong.
There was a sturdy ram with a pair of thick horns upright on its head.
It strutted about proudly and saw a fence built with bamboo and wood in front, which blocked its way. It cast a sidelong glance at the fence, lowered its neck and lunged at the fence, hoping to knock it down. The fence remained intact but the ram injured its own horns.
If it had not injured its horns, the ram would have persisted obstinately in butting against the fence, even against the spokes of a wheel until it bled with a fractured skull.
As a result, with its horns caught in the fence, the ram could neither advance nor retreat butbleat helplessly.
there are many animals in the forest. today is a fine day. animals are having a sport meeting.
monkey, fox, panda, rabbit and bear are running. look! rabbit is the first. fox and monkey are the second. bear is the third. the other animals are shouting, “bear! come on! bear! come on!” and look there, duck and pig are doing high jump. pig is too fat, he can’t jump very high. so duck is the champion. here! cat and squirrel are climbing a tree. cat is ill. so he is the last, but he does his best.
this sports meeting is wonderful. the animals are very happy!
A little rabbit is picking mushrooms in a forest. A wolf is coming. He is very hungry. “Oh, a little rabbit! This is my favourite food!”
The rabbit sees the wolf, but she is not afraid. She pretends to be poisoned by the mushrooms. The wolf thinks, “If I eat her, I will be poisoned, too.” So he goes away.
Then the rabbit is very happy. She goes on picking the mushrooms.
Once there were three foxes, they worked together. They lived a happy life.
Little by little, the youngest fox became lazy, and often quarreled with the other foxes. The eldest had to leave, and the second fox was driven off, too.
Looking at the warm house with a lot of good food in it, the youngest fox smiled.
The eldest fox opened a new hill again.
The second eldest fox dug a pool. Two of them because rich soon.
The youngest fox ate up the food left by the other two foxes. In the end it felt so cold and hungry that it could not stand up.