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They opened the peach and lo and behold little Peachling burst out of it all radiant, ‘lucky me!’ the little one said,” I found my home’ to the surprise of the old couple.

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¬†Later that evening after supper the old woman held out the peach she had found. Old man looked at it and said, ‘ a lucky find, sure.’

 

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The old woman happily gave the peach once over and she was satisfied. It was good to eat.¬† ‘A prefect day’ she exclaimed. She collected all in her basket. And musing over the peach she walked home.

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The old woman could not believe her eyes. A wild peach juicy and fat came floating towards her. ‘Oh my fat luck!’ said she with a glint in her eye. ‘Wait till my man comes home,’ she stopped her chores to grab it as it came within reach.

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The old woman spent her day washing clothes and one day while she was busy with her task she saw an unusual sight.

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There was an old couple who had no children. Every day they set out to do their chores. The old man would go up the nearby hills to cut wood and forage for firewood while his wife went down to the riverbank to do washing.

Benny

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A hungry fox is desperate. He must stop his craving but how? This ambitious fox found an opening in the hollow of a tree and jumped in and having helped himself to all that his position allowed he found he was in a fix. He could not go forward nor could he back out. Aesop had an answer to the dilemma of the fox. But Bo Jo is yet to find one.

Benny

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