- By Mary Berendes Nancy Harrison

The Fox and the Grapes

  • Title: The Fox and the Grapes
  • Author: Mary Berendes Nancy Harrison
  • ISBN: 9781602535251
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Fox and the Grapes A hungry fox tries repeatedly to reach some grapes hanging high on a vine After numerous attempts the fox gives up and stalks angrily away saying that the grapes were most likely sour anyway

    A hungry fox tries repeatedly to reach some grapes hanging high on a vine After numerous attempts, the fox gives up and stalks angrily away, saying that the grapes were most likely sour anyway.

    1 thought on “The Fox and the Grapes

    1. In this book, the fox was walking along a path and he saw grapes. He kept trying and trying, then he gave up. -by Alexander

    2. I really love a good Aesop's fable in picture book form. This series is great! The pictures are great. They explain who Aesop was, and they clearly give the moral of the fable.

    3. The best thing about this classic tale was that it was written simply enough that my emerging reader was able to participate in reading it as well!

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