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The Fox and the Sick Lion. Written by Lin Donn Illustrated by Phillip Martin. Aesop’s Fables. One day, a lion announced he was sick. . He let out a feeble roar that summoned all the animals to his death bed to pay their last respects. . Then he slowly turned and entered his cave. .

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The Fox and the Sick Lion

Written by Lin Donn

Illustrated by Phillip Martin


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Aesop’s Fables

One day, a lion announced he was sick.

He let out a feeble roar that summoned all the animals to his death bed to pay their last respects.

Then he slowly turned and entered his cave.


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Aesop’s Fables

A goat came and entered the cave. Then a sheep went in. Then a duck.

After a while, the sick Lion came to the mouth of his cave. He yawned. Finally, he noticed Fox, who had waiting outside.


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Aesop’s Fables

“Fox,” smiled the Lion, in a welcoming kind of way. “Why have you not entered my cave to pay your respects to me?”

“Your Majesty,” said the fox. “I noticed animals go into your cave, but none come out.” The fox ran away.


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What do you think the moral of this story might be?

1. Do not believe everything you hear.

2. Do not leap before you look.

Aesop’s Fables

3. Learn from the misfortunes of others.

Answer: Any of the above!


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Aesop’s Fables

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