Write Your Own Fable
"Your imagination will guide you as you explore the worldwide tradition of fables. Long before stories were written down, storytellers told short tales called fables to entertain and instruct listeners. You, too, can write a fable and use your clever mind to sum up the lesson taught by your fascinating tale."
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Aesop Elementary School Aesop’s Fables Androcles Anthology of Aesop’s Arnold Lobel beasts blurb brainstorm Buddhist Candace Fleming character’s CHARACTERS VIEWPOINT SYNOPSES Christopher Wormell creatures Demi Demi’s dialogue fable’s Fabled Fourth Graders favorite feel first-person viewpoint Funny Fables GETTING STARTED SETTING Graders of Aesop grapes Grasshopper Hare Helen Ward hero HINTS AND TIPS hungry ideas Internet it’syour turn Jan Thornhill Jataka Tale Jataka tales Jerry Pinkney Jon Scieszka Lane Smith Lessons From Aesop’s lion Lively Lessons magic mice Michael Morpurgo Mitsumasa Anno mouse narrator Panchatantra Paul Rosenthal PLOTS WINNING WORDS publish readers retelling rewrite Saviour Pirotta SCENE CHARACTERS VIEWPOINT sentences SETTING THE SCENE sheep silly fable Squids STEP HINTS storyteller SYNOPSES AND PLOTS third-person viewpoint Tips and techniques TIPS CHAPTER Tortoise traditional fables Unwitting Wisdom villain WINNING WORDS SCINTILLATING Wolf word picture WORDS SCINTILLATING SPEECH writer’s block writing place