Fables of the Forest brings together a set of stories that depict some of the most meaningful lessons of modern times with simple and direct messages for children.
In order to impart valuable knowledge about common and realistic problems, the author transforms ordinary instances of life in easily understandable situations, as in the case of forest trees.
These stories promote conscience, through induction and individual judgment, while promoting reflection and transmitting significant values about morality and ethics.
It is, above all, an opportunity offered to younger people to acquire knowledge about problems experienced by adults, in an approach based on conversations that the author developed for many years with hundreds of children with emotional, cognitive and learning difficulties.
THE REJECTED TREE
THE BEAUTIFUL TREE
THE FEARFUL TREE
THE PEACEFUL TREE
THE DREAMY TREE
THE UNDECIDED TREE
THE REJECTED TREE
Once upon a time there was a tree in the middle of the road that made a motorist that nearly had an accident angered.
He decided to get her out of there and let her near a school, because he considered that her shadow would be nice for the children to read and play underneath.
In this school, a child who was playing while hanging on the branches of the tree fell and broke his head.
After this event, the school teachers had a meeting and decided to move the tree to a garden where seniors could have a shadow to play cards together and talk.
However, in this garden, the tree prevented the beautiful view that locals from a building had to the mountain.
So it was decided to change it to a college campus, so that intellectuals could inspire themselves in her for their scientific works.
But with the passing of the seasons and the arrival of winter, her leaves changed color and fell, and the students were upset and depressed whenever they saw the tree without leaves. [...]
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