All the stories we read, even those that might seem unreal and full of fantasy, have a deeper meaning to be discovered. In them we can discover better ways of living by valuing others or enhancing our own way of being.
Here you will find stories from authors such as Rudyard Kipling, the Brothers Grimm, Charles Perrault, Hans Christian Andersen, Félix María Samaniego, Oscar Wilde and Jacint Verdaguer, as well as those from popular traditions in the United States, China, Russia, Greece, India, Poland, and elsewhere. Each story highlights a fundamental value that will be easy to identify and understand.
Twenty-six wonderful tales teach values such as Honesty (“George Washington and the Cherry Tree”); Friendship (“The Musicians of Bremen”); Loyalty (“The Little Lead Soldier”); Initiative (“Puss in Boots”); and Generosity (“The Happy Prince”).