"Aesop's Fables" is a book of stories and the characters are mostly animals and sometimes plants. Even though the characters aren't humans they have human virtues and flaws, act and talk like people. Every fable has a lesson, and people can relate to the characters.
ToPROF. F.J. CHILDOF HARVARDPREFACEA SHORT HISTORY OF THE ÆSOPIC FABLEThe Cock and the PearlThe Wolf and the LambThe Dog and the ShadowThe Lion’s ShareThe Wolf and the CraneThe Man and the SerpentThe Town Mouse and the Country MouseThe Fox and the CrowThe Sick LionThe Ass and the LapdogThe Lion and the MouseThe Swallow and the Other BirdsThe Frogs Desiring a KingThe Mountains in LabourThe Hares and the FrogsThe Wolf and the KidThe Woodman and the SerpentThe Bald Man and the FlyThe Fox and the StorkThe Fox and the MaskThe Jay and the PeacockThe Frog and the OxAndroclesThe Bat, the Birds, and the BeastsThe Hart and the HunterThe Serpent and the FileThe Man and the WoodThe Dog and the WolfThe Belly and the MembersThe Hart in the Ox-StallThe Fox and the GrapesThe Horse, Hunter, and StagThe Peacock and JunoThe Fox and the LionThe Lion and the StatueThe Ant and the GrasshopperThe Tree and the ReedThe Fox and the CatThe Wolf in Sheep’s ClothingThe Dog in the MangerThe Man and the Wooden GodThe FisherThe Shepherd’s BoyThe Young Thief and His MotherThe Man and His Two WivesThe Nurse and the WolfThe Tortoise and the BirdsThe Two CrabsThe Ass in the Lion’s SkinThe Two Fellows and the BearThe Two PotsThe Four Oxen and the LionThe Fisher and the Little FishAvaricious and EnviousThe Crow and the PitcherThe Man and the SatyrThe Goose With the Golden EggsThe Labourer and the NightingaleThe Fox, the Cock, and the DogThe Wind and the SunHercules and the WaggonerThe Man, the Boy, and the DonkeyThe Miser and His GoldThe Fox and the MosquitoesThe Fox Without a TailThe One-Eyed DoeBelling the CatThe Hare and the TortoiseThe Old Man and DeathThe Hare With Many FriendsThe Lion in LoveThe Bundle of SticksThe Lion, the Fox, and the BeastsThe Ass’s BrainsThe Eagle and the ArrowThe Milkmaid and Her PailThe Cat-MaidenThe Horse and the AssThe Trumpeter Taken PrisonerThe Buffoon and the CountrymanThe Old Woman and the Wine-JarThe Fox and the Goat